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El Universal - Destinos - Desciende a las profundidades de un volcán

Desciende a las profundidades de un volcán

This incredible tour gives you the opportunity to descend inside the magmatic chamber of a dormant Icelandic volcano.

Cascatas da Islândia...Catarata Ófærufoss

Maravilhas do mundo - Cascatas da terra do gelo, Islândia

The Seven Sisters Waterfall, Geiranger Norway | Polo Pixel

Geiranger Fjord, Norway Need to add to the bucket list, I remember reading about the fiords in the grade and wanting to see them so badly!

10 Must See Places in ICELAND (by Kaelene!) - The Overseas EscapeThe Overseas Escape

10 Must See Places in ICELAND (by Kaelene

Enjoy Iceland with us.is 10 Must See Places in ICELAND (by Kaelene!) - The Overseas EscapeThe Overseas Escape

Simply surreal. Seems thats what Iceland's all about. love it.

Lava flow, Arnarstapi, Snæfellsnes, Iceland by photographer Giacomo Ciangottini. via Quaintrelle

Road disappearing into the ice of Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland (by antoine perroud).

visitheworld: “ Road disappearing into the ice of Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland (by antoine perroud).

Black and Green Desert | Iceland

Enjoy Iceland with us.is Arnessysla, Iceland - More surreal imagery from the Emstrur highlands - black sand and bright green moss-covered mountains

Rutshellir, Iceland. The oldest man-made residence in Iceland I saw this-- there were sheep in it!

Rútshellir > Iceland > Europe -- Rútshellir, a cave near Skógar in southern Iceland. It's thought to be the oldest extant man-made residence in Iceland.

Skógafoss waterfall - Iceland - 2014 - Sverrir Thorolfsson photography - The Skógafoss waterfall amidst a landscape covered in ash spewed from the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010. - - http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/skgafoss-royalty-free-image/168336889

Skógafoss waterfall - Iceland - 2014 - Sverrir Thorolfsson photography - The Skógafoss waterfall amidst a landscape covered in ash spewed from the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in

Gljúfrafoss fall - 600m walk from  Seljalandsfoss | Seljalandsfoss - one of South Iceland's many falls, falling off a 60 m high cliff. It's biggest attraction is the pathway leading to behind the falls. Access to the falls is free and open year round. Walk about 600 m on the gravel path north from Seljalandsfoss to see the Gljúfrabúi waterfall hidden behind a giant boulder. There are no services at the falls, besides a picnic table and a public bathroom.

Gljúfrafoss fall - walk from Seljalandsfoss. Walk about 600 m on the gravel path north from Seljalandsfoss to see the Gljúfrabúi waterfall hidden behind a giant boulder.

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