Land of Ice and Fire – a tour of Iceland in 133 photographs

If you are thinking of visiting Iceland this slideshow will give you an overview of what you might see. In June 2017 we flew into Reykjavik, Iceland and then did a ten day circuit of the country on a tour organized by Saga UK.

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Places shown in the video in order of appearance are: Laxa i Kjos, Hvalfjordur, the hot springs at Deildartunguhver, Hraunfossar waterfalls, Borgarnes, the black church at Budir, Arnarstapi, Djupalonssandur, Kirkjufell, the Glaumbaer turf houses, Akureyri botanical gardens, the Asbyrgi canyon, whale watching at Eyjafjordur fjord, Godafoss waterfalls, Lake Myvatn, Grjotagja, Jarobodin nature baths, Namafjall, Dettifoss waterfalls, Reydarfjordur, the Jokulsarlon lagoon, Hofskirkja turf church, Svartifoss, Skogarfoss, Vik, Reynisdrangur sea stacks, Halsanefshellir, Seljalandsfoss, Pingvellir, Stokkur geyser and Reykjavik.

The following stills are from the video.

Iceland - The Jokulsarlon iceberg lagoon
Iceland – The Jokulsarlon iceberg lagoon was the scene of two James Bond movies.
Iceland - Hraunfossar waterfalls
Iceland – Hraunfossar waterfalls consist of springs of water that emerge from under the edge of a lava field.
Iceland - Halsanefshellir basalt columns
Iceland – At Halsanefshellir there are beautiful basalt column formations.
Iceland - Skogarfoss waterfall
Iceland – Skogarfoss has a splendid sheer fall of water.
Iceland - lighthouse at Reykjavik
Iceland – A lighthouse on the outskirts of Reykjavik.