Iceland is a European country surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The Island lies on the boarder of the Arctic Circle; at the same time, it has volcanic lands and hot springs. This contrast creates unexpected and unique natural scenes in every piece of the Island. Such an island will be a paradise for the adventurous people who love to see the new places and phenomena.
The waterfalls in Iceland have an unspoiled look due to the volcanic activities or the arctic mountains and lands. The Golden Circle contains the amazing Gull Foss waterfalls. If you are eager to see the highest waterfalls in Iceland, the Glymur, where the crystal water flows over the rock bird nests, you will face several hardships at your way but you will be extremely delighted at the end. Most of the tourists prefer to visit Seljalandsfoss because they can be photographed behind these 60-meter high waterfalls.
The lakes and hot springs in Iceland are breathtaking, and most of them have unique looks. Lake Myvatn, for example, has a wonderful combination of crystal white waterfalls, volcanic rocks, natural bird-life, and-of course- the lake. One of the marvelous and unique natural scenes is the Great Geyser that spurts the hot waters 70 meters into the air. The hot Blue Lagoon is a 40 degrees temperature spa made of the underground hot springs and surrounded by the ice and marvelous landscape to let you live a unique adventure.
The land of Fire and Ice, as Iceland is called, will astonish you by its strange nature. In the western Iceland, you can see the Northern Lights clearly in addition to the plain landscape, small waterfalls, and volcanic mountains with colorful lava fields. Truly, your trip to Iceland will be memorable and will add a new meaning to your life.