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South Iceland Nature

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South Iceland Nature

South Iceland offers you miraculous views. If you wish to see inactive and active volcanoes (overall, there are 130 or so volcanoes on the territory of the country) and huge mountain ranges, this Iceland area has many to offer. It’s because 2 tectonic plates are beneath Iceland.

Hot Springs Of Iceland

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Hot Springs Of Iceland

In case you want to experience the power of nature, visit one of the most famous Iceland travel sites – hot springs. Some of these natural water basins are boiling too hot for people to go there, but others have the ideal temperature. You can easily find hot springs that are free of charge. But hot springs that charge some entry will offer you shower facilities.

Amazing Northern Lights

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Amazing Northern Lights

The phenomenon of the northern lights is truly miraculous. When solar particles enter the magnetic field of our planet, they get ionized. That’s when people can see blue, orange, pink, red, and purple dancing lights.

In case you pick the Iceland travel destination to observe this phenomenon, it’s better to visit the country in September-April. When the night is very dark, without a full moon and clouds, it’s more likely to enjoy the sky lights. Choose a place with little to no unnatural light.

The Golden Circle

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The Golden Circle

Thingvellir National Park is among the most wonderful sites in Iceland. It offers a tourist such outstanding views and much diversity. The park is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage. Tectonic plates met at Thingvellir to create a rugged and dramatic valley. When visiting the park, you will be offered a day tour along the famous Golden Circle – a must-see route.

Waterfalls Of Iceland

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Waterfalls Of Iceland

Who would refuse to see the real waterfall? With tons of water streaming down with the tremendous force, the view is truly alluring. When visiting this country, go to see Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls. These two are located in the South. By the way, there is a path behind Seljalandsfoss, allowing you to walk there.

Black Sand Beach

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Black Sand Beach

Iceland is also famous for its black sand beaches. Visit a Reynisfjara Beach – it is well known around the globe. Since 1991, the beach became one of the top non-tropical beach areas on the planet. Its beauty is dramatic and wild. Black sand is quite rare. And it’s black because it was formed from volcanic rocks that were black.

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