Gullfoss

Reykjavik

Iceland "Pride" parade

Puffin Watching Reykjavik harbor.  Lamb restaurant with real moss wall decor.  Sea Captain singing songs he personally wrote.

Cathedral 

Glacier hike Solheimajokull glacier

Museum - turf houses of farmer-fisherman

Skogafoss Waterfall 

Skaftareldahraun - Katla Geopark UNESCO Global Geopark - moss covered lava field

Vik

Jokulsarlon - Glacier Bay/Diamond Beach

Reynisfjara Basalt Columns and Black Sand Beach

Beautiful waterfall and fairytale Seljalandsfoss

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Glacier hike Solheimajokull glacier - Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier of the mighty icecap of Mýrdalsjökull on the South Coast of Iceland. About eight kilometres long and two kilometres wide (five miles long and just over a mile wide), Sólheimajökull is an impressive feature. Mýrdalsjökull itself has many other outlet glaciers; overall, it is the fourth largest ice cap in Iceland. Beneath its thick surface is one of the country’s most infamous volcanoes, Katlahttps://guidetoiceland.is/travel-iceland/drive/solheimajokull

Reynisfjara Basalt Columns and Black Sand Beach - With its enormous basalt stacks, roaring Atlantic waves and stunning panoramas, Reynisfjara is widely considered to be the most beautiful example of Iceland’s black sand beaches. 

According to local Icelandic folklore, these large basalt columns were once trolls trying to pull ships from the ocean to shore. However, these trolls were dim and went out too late in the night; dawn broke on the horizon, turning the trolls into solid stone.

Another legend tells of a husband whose wife was kidnapped and killed by two trolls. The man followed the trolls down to Reynisfjara where he froze them, ensuring that they would never kill again.

The sea stacks themselves are home to thousands of nesting seabirds. Species that can be found here include puffins, fulmars and guillemots, https://guidetoiceland.is/travel-iceland/drive/reynisfjara

Seljalandsfoss waterfall is a supremely graceful waterfall located in the South Coast of Iceland. This spectacular natural wonder drops around 60 meters into the otherwise tranquil pool below and a hidden path leads you behind the waterfall so you can view the fall from a complete 360° angle. 

https://adventures.is/iceland/attractions/seljalandsfoss/