Ófærufoss waterfall is an extremely beautiful waterfall in the river Nyrðri-Ófæra and falls into Eldgjá canton in two cascades
Access to the canyon is a bit difficult, and the area, located in the south-east highlands is only accessible from the middle of June until late September. But if waterfalls are on your list of things to do in Iceland you don´t want to miss this one
icelandic_explorer Icelandic horses making their way down from the highlands - a truly magical sight. All that power and energy, yet seemingly effortless when you witness how the horses thrive in their true element - out in the open nature. I am grateful to @horsesoficeland who unite people passionate about the Icelandic Horse and spread the love for these unique animals so that we all can experience their incredible nature
Markarfljótsgljúfur Canyon is a kind of hidden gem in the Icelandic landscape.
This impressive canyon is not visited by many. Access to Markarfljótsgljúfur is either by a hiking trail or by a challenging and rough mountain road so it requires a well-equipped 4WD vehicle. But it´s very much worth the effort
In the middle of the Sprengisandur highland road you can say without exaggeration that you are in the middle of nowhere. The highland pass is mostly barren, with scant vegetation and moon like but with stunning view to the mountains and the glaciers in the distance