Iceland is considered one of the best places in the entire world to watch different types of whales in their natural habitat. With an extremely high success rate of whale-watching tours, over 20 different species thrive in the waters surrounding […]
Unlike elsewhere in Europe, where the light pollution thwarts ideal stargazing conditions, Iceland seems a perfect location to enjoy the sparkling jewels of the sky. Not many are aware when they go out for the Northern Lights tours they really do not pay attention to another important aspect of the wonderful evening tour – the option of observing the stars, constellation, the Milky Way, shootings stars (which really are meteors), some planets, moon and even the rare moonbow!
At 20.45 (8,45 p.m.) on Friday evening March 19th. 2021 an eruption started in a mountain area north east of the town Grindavik. This area is close to the mountain Fagradalsfjall and the valley´s name is Geldingadalur. When it comes […]
Iceland is a volcanic island, situated 50/50 on the North American tectonic plate and Eur Asian tectonic plate. The North Atlantic ridge crosses Iceland from south west diagonally through the country to north east and the plates are moving apart […]