Iceland – A traveler’s paradise

Iceland – A land of fire and ice, is truly a traveler’s and a photographer’s paradise. It is famous for its dramatic landscapes. Boasting with its volcanoes, glaciers, geysers and hot springs, it stands out as one of the most beautiful countries in the World. Last year I traveled around in Iceland for about 10…

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Seljalandfoss – Walk behind waterfalls

Seljalandfoss is a very popular waterfalls in the Southern part of Iceland. It is one of the natural wonders in Iceland and is about 120 kilometers from the capital city Reykjavik. The waterfalls is accessible either by car or as part of a day tour. The waterfalls is around 65 meters high. It is possible to walk…

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Inside a volcano!

While planning for the activities to do in Reykjavik, I stumbled upon a tour where I could go inside a volcano. ‘How cool is that!’ I thought and I immediately booked the tour, without thinking for a second. The name of the company that organises the tour is ‘inside the volcano‘. In this tour, visitors can go into a…

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Snorkeling between tectonic plates

“What are you crazy?” “Why would you want to snorkel in the freezing cold water?” “Really, why?” “Are you mad?” These are the few questions I was asked by my family and friends. Snorkeling between the tectonic plates was never part of my Iceland itinerary. During my northern lights tour in Norway, I met few…

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