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This relaxed family self-drive holiday is a journey designed especially for those with young explorers.Relax in geothermal pools while the kids, splash and play, prepare to encounter valiant Vikings, and hear extraordinary stories of elves and trolls. Be captivated by countless stunning attractions, which, combined with cultural insights, become more than just beautiful landscapes where legends were made.
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Jökulsárlón is a glacial lagoon, bordering Vatnajökull National Park in southeastern Iceland. Its still, blue waters are dotted with icebergs from the surrounding Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, part of larger Vatnajökull Glacier. The Glacier Lagoon flows through a short waterway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving chunks of ice on a black sand beach.
In Reykjavik you can visit its many outdoor swimming pools, visit the newly opened Whales of Iceland museum, or spend the day relaxing at Nautholsvik Geothermal beach.
Reynisdrangar Sea Cliffs stand under the Reynisfjall Mountain, at the end of a dramatic stretch of black sand beach. They are towering, spiky basalt sea stacks jutting out from the ocean 66 meters (217 ft) into the air. The Reynisfjara beach, where the Reynisdrangar rock formations are located, was voted as one of the top ten beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world.
A must do waterfall to visit in your Iceland road trip. It is awesomewalking behind Seljalandsfoss, especially on a sunny day when one can catch a rainbow.A path leads you behind the waterfall, but do bring a raincoat as you will get soaking wet from the drizzle.
The Golden Circle takes in three popular attractions all within 100km of the capital: Þingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss. The Golden Circle offers the opportunity to see a meeting-point of the continental plates and site of the ancient Icelandic parliament (Þingvellir), a spouting hot spring (Geysir) and a roaring waterfall (Gullfoss). Visiting under your own steam when you self drive allows you to visit at off-hours and explore exciting attractions further afield.
Strandarkirkja church is located in Selvogur (Seal Cove) and was originally built in the 12th century. The story relates that during one night when a group of sailors tried to navigate back to Iceland in a storm. The distressed sailors prayed to God for a safe return and vowed to build a church wherever they landed. When they landed safely. The sailors kept their promise and built a wooden church at the site and named it Strandarkirkja.
There is a children’s story in Iceland that was written by local author, and this is where the troll sleeps. One thing you may didn’t know about Icelandic people, is that they believe in elves, trolls and spirits. Once you see the landscape around the country you might believe too.
Viking World is located at the seaside in the town of Reykjanesbær with a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. Viking World is a five exhibition museum along with a settlement zoo, a playground and an outdoor classroom. The biggest attraction of Viking World is the magnificent Viking ship the Icelander built by the Icelandic ship builder Mr Gunnar Marel Eggertsson in 1996 who used an authentic ninth century viking ship as a model
Iceland is known for its unique landscape, little spoiled nature and its bird fauna has long been a subject of interest.Iceland’s bird population is unique and diverse. Come watch the migrating bird species that come in from Europe and breed over the summer
A geological wonder. Reykjanes Peninsula is a UNESCO Global Geopark and part of the European and Global Geopark network. The peninsula, with its diversity of volcanic and geothermal activity, is well suited to be a Geopark as it is the only place in the world where the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is visible above sea level
With a horse riding tour from Sydra Langaholt farm (close to Fludir village) you get the opportunity to travel as the Icelanders have done for hundreds of years.
A fun and energetic biking tour through the geothermal surroundings of Hveragerdi!
Cruise among small and huge icebergs on an amphibian boat.