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The Magic of Hveravellir in North Iceland

Hveravellir is beautiful nature reserve nestled in between two mighty glaciers. It’s famed for its smoking fumaroles and hot sprints. The site is located...

Elding Whale Watching In Iceland is 17 years old. Congratulations

12th May the year 2000, Elding went it’s first trip with guests - the trip was from Kópavogur to Sandgerði. Here you can see...

Seal Watching in Northern Iceland

Seal watching is a peaceful, educational experience that gives you the feeling of being utterly in tune with nature. Lucky for Iceland’s tourists, seal...

Hvítserkur a petrified troll?

Located off the North West shore lays one of Iceland’s iconic landmarks. Hvítserkur is a basalt stack that stands 15m tall. Its foundation has...

Elves in the Icelandic myth

Huldufólk is a term used for elves in the Icelandic myth. Huldufólk is a combination of two words which are “Huldu and “folk”. Huldu...

HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF ICELAND

Discovery Ancient Greek explorers, Irish monks, and Norse Vikings all happened upon Iceland—some by accident, others in search of peace or new wealth. Each newcomer tried...

THRIHNUKAGIGUR: INTO THE VOLCANO

Descened in the vibrant magma chamber of a volcano, it is only Iceland in the world that has such volcanic torus that exists, so...

LANDAMANNALAUGAR A NATURE PEARL

Landmannlaugar is a place in the Highlands of Iceland in Fjallabak Natural Reserve at the edge of the lava field that was formed after...

THORSMORK

Thorsmork is a mountain edge situated in the south of Iceland between the  glaciers Eyjafjallajökull and Tindfjallajökull. The place was named after Thor, the Norse...

Hólmasól EA – The Newest most passenger friendly and panoramic whale...

The puffins are singing sweetly on the islands, the Eyjafjord Humpback are blissfully breaching the ocean and Elding´s own sign of spring is up...

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