What to visit in Iceland

Iceland is home to some of the most impressive ice sculptures in the world and the brightest waterfalls and glaciers you can ever imagine. It is a land that is known by many as a unique and exquisite destination , full of life that thanks to its vibrant colors is open to pilgrims seeking to discover the unknown, whether in summer, spring or winter, even on gloomy days.

Northern Iceland offers charming trails for the adventurous spirit. Its resplendent nature trails and rich birdlife make it a destination like no other for tourists. You can find the largest waterfall in Europe. You can choose to explore the highlands or meet the whales up close .

The Dettifoss waterfalls are located 90 km from the city Húsavík in the Vatnajökull National Park. They are located on the Fjöllum river originating from the Vatnajökull glacier. You can access the waterfall and then hike 34km along the canyon from Asbyrgi to Dettifoss, or go down along the gravel road that leads to the falls .

The access roads, however, remain closed during the winter months, that is, from January to April. Godafoss, also known as the waterfall of the gods, is one of the most impressive attractions in Iceland. It is located 50 km from the town of Akureyri, in the north-central Mývatn district of Iceland. Located on the Skjálfandafljót river, it is easily accessible, attracting tourists and divers alike.