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The very best? Set up your tent at the foot of the mountain and enjoy the view as long as the light permits. Not only is the famous Hallgrim Church of Iceland architecturally very interesting, it also has one of the most beautiful views of Reykjavik. Climb the tower or if you are lazy you can take the elevator. The original geyser, called Geysir, no longer sprays because, according to experts, visitors have often thrown in stones. But many other geysers are active in the same environment. Every 6 minutes one of the geysers shoots about 10 meters into the air. There is no place in Iceland where you feel so void as with the Dettifoss. This powerful, roaring waterfall rushes down into a narrow canyon at high speed. No better way to feel courageous and at the same time fall into a fad as you experience this natural phenomenon yourself. Throughout
Diving in Iceland? That is possible too. Exactly that is the beauty and magic of this country. It is as you expect, but then suddenly it turns out to have very different sides. Divers and snorkelers go to the Silfra gorge. This would be the only place on earth where you can dive between two continental plates. Add the clearest water with a view of more than 100. The best place of all in Iceland for a sunset is Jokulsarlon Lagoon, also known by tourists as the glacier lagoon. Here you can see the evening light dancing among hundreds of icebergs. Because the weather can suddenly turn anywhere in Iceland, it is never certain whether you will see stars, and at last see the Northern Lights. But with clear nights there is no better place to see the Aurora than here. The fact that this is the only waterfall in Iceland where you can stand behind, makes the Seljalandsfoss special. It creates a unique experience and there is nothing more impressive than experiencing the enormous primal power of the waterfall than in this way.