ICELAND - NATURE AND WILDLIFE [with travel locations]
Iceland. A land where ice and fire are closer than everywhere else.
It is one of the most diverse countrys, when it comes to nature and wildlife. Therefore it is a very popular holiday destination for people around the world.
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0:59 route 1 (near Akureyri)
1:06 Vík í Mýrdal
1:17 Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
1:33 Rauðanes Point
2:24 Solheimasandur Plane Wreck
2:51 Black Beach
2:55 Viti Crater
3:00 Skaftafell national parp
Travelling Iceland on Tour: Travel Vlog with John
You’ve followed John as he travelled through Italy and Morocco, but now we’re turning the temperature down a few notches! On this 8-day tour of Iceland operated by GJ Travel, you can join John as he explores volcanic craters, fjords, and the world-famous Golden Circle. If you’re dreaming of exploring the Land of Ice and Fire for yourself, or you just can’t get enough of John, keep watching and enjoy!
So much of Iceland’s charm lies in its incredible natural beauty. Join John as he explores the waterfalls that make this island so popular! Godafoss, the waterfalls of the Gods, are the legendary site of an ancient uprising - but today, they’re just beautiful waterfalls, and an important part of Iceland’s history.
It’s not a trip to Iceland without a dip in a hot spring or two! The natural minerals in every hot spring on the island boost skin’s appearance, and the cozy water makes for a relaxing and revitalizing end-of-day excursion. After all, you can’t explore fjords and glaciers without resting up between adventures!
Speaking of adventures, what about exploring the world-famous black sand beaches that are so iconically-Iceland? John has your back, of course, and you can follow along as he discovers icebergs, arctic wildlife, and even horseback riding along the black sand!
Iceland’s natural raw power is on full-display everywhere you turn! From massive waterfalls to powerful geysers and everything in between, watching John fall in love with Iceland is almost as good as falling in love with it yourself - almost!
If you’re ready to experience all that Iceland has to offer for yourself, head over to TourRadar and check out this itinerary, or other Icelandic itineraries, to start planning your own adventure. There’s never a bad time to explore this incredible country, so what are you waiting for?
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Whale Watching tour from Reykjavik with Special Tours Wildlife Adventures
Whale watching tour from Reykjavík, Iceland. See more info on specialtours.is
Iceland - Our holiday / vacation following the lonely planet travel guide. Ring Of Fire, Reykjavik,
I'm still writing my blog but Iceland is one of the most amazing places I have ever visited. Here is some of my photos and videos I took
Golden circle Iceland tour
Eyjafjallajokull Glacier Volcano
Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach
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Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon & Diamond Beach
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DISCOVER ICELAND | A WINTER ROAD TRIP
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My two sisters, my dad & I were in this country during the winter. In the month of February. We spent 10 days exploring as many places from west to east by the south in our Defender.
Iceland is an incredible country.
Certainly one of the most beautiful countries I visited. The landscapes are so wild, the weather is so changeable. There are no noises, only the sounds of nature. I advise this country to all wildlife and nature lovers. We will be back soon!
Perlan Nature Museum in Reykjavik
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Iceland | Nature and Wildlife in 4K
Christa and I spent the nine days exploring Iceland in a camper van. To avoid the crowds and film in a different light, we reversed our schedule partway through our trip, driving and hiking in the early morning hours.
Tjornin Pond Reykjavik,Iceland-A great place for bird watchers,photographers and nature lovers
Tjornin Pond Reykjavik,Iceland
A great place for bird watchers,photographers and nature lovers.
You will get to see Ducks,Swans,Geese,Seagulls.
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Reykjavik-Iceland-Walking Downtown (part 2) - Gopro Hero7 (4k60fps)
Hi guys! I invite you to experience travel and vacation walks from the comfort of your home as you are always on the road, and experience the world from a genuine real traveller experience. No fancy edits and music, only the real sounds and real experience as you are in location.
Today we are downtown Reykjavik the capital city of Iceland.
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This video was taken at the beginning of January 2019. We spent 7 days of road trip exploring as many places along the ring road from Reykjavik to Hofn.
No doubt Iceland is one of the most incredible countries in the world. The wild landscape, changeable weather, natural sounds made us completely speechless. I highly recommend this country to the wildlife and nature lovers.
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Life Of A Hiking Guide In Iceland (2019)
Pálmi Hannesson, a hiking tour guide for Arctic Adventures, is here to give you a little insight about what's entailed in his day-to-day life on the job. After deciding in 2013 that he needed to work outdoors, he tried his hand at many different types of tours, his background as a mechanic and working for an Icelandic rescue squad gave him a lot of the know-how and experience that his helped him on the job. Today, he takes great pride in not only teaching visitors to Iceland how to both enjoy and respect Iceland's dynamic climate, he is also proud to show newcomers the natural wonders of our one-of-a-kind landscapes.
Puffin Watching from Reykjavik with Special Tours
Just outside the coast of Reykjavik are 30.000 Puffins nesting every summer! We head out on our perfectly designed boat for Puffin Watching, sailing around the island to watch these amazing birds in their daily routines.
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Birdingtrail Northeast Iceland
Diverse bird habitats make Northeast Iceland the richest birding area in Iceland, in terms of number of species and abundance of birds. Nearly the entire European population of Barrow's Goldeneye breeds here and nowhere else will you find higher density of the Gyr Falcon. The Northeast has the bulk of the Icelandic population of many species, such as Gadwall, Harlequin Duck, Common Scoter, Slavonian Grebe and Rock Ptarmigan.
Islands Iceland Secret National Geographic Documentary
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Amazing Nature and Wildlife in Iceland
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Iceland - Viking Horse Riding
Hop upon a Viking horse for a riding experience in Iceland.
Ever wondered what it would be like to ride a Viking horse? Take a horseback riding tour in Iceland and experience the serene countryside on a descendant of the horses brought to Iceland by Vikings in the 9th century. These sure-footed, docile and good-natured animals are ideal for beginners and experienced riders alike.
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Wildlife in Iceland
Fowl in the pond by the town hall in Reykjavik, bunnies in a cemetary, birds eating berries in a tree in town.
Iceland Part 3 - Westfjords and the Látrabjarg Bird Cliffs to see Puffins.
Our drive up the west coast of Iceland, including lots of puffins.
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ICELAND TRAVEL | Westfjords - Most underrated in Iceland?
Iceland’s west coast and westfjords might be the most underrated in Iceland! Check out our cinematic Iceland, west coast travel film to see what kind of magic you will find in the westfjords.
The first section of road from Reykjavik up to the west fjords leaves a bit to be desired but the rewards are epic. There are a couple things to note though about the west coast. Like the south you will need to get off the Ring Road to see some of the most popular sights, and much further off the Ring Road than in the South. For example, if you want to see Galdalf’s Hat (Kirkjufellsfoss (waterfall) with Kirkjufell Mountain background), you will need to make a detour of about an hour and a half. So that being said to really take in the west you will need some time and some patience.
Here is our Top 10 for West Iceland and the West Fjords:
Galdalf’s Hat (Kirkjufellsfoss (waterfall) with Kirkjufell Mountain background): One of the most iconic images you will see in Iceland is the perspective view of Kirkjufell mountain. You won’t even see it until you are just about to the photo spot, and the slim peak will finally come into view. It’s a short walk from the parking area off highway 54. If you’re lucky, you may even get a chance to get this picture with an Aurora borealis backdrop! EPIC!
Dynjandi (Fjallfoss): Dynjandi in the Wesfjords is a waterfall enthusiasts dream. This one of a kind cascading waterfall reaches 100 meters (324ft) in height and is complemented by over 10 smaller waterfalls that eventually lead into the sea. Rumor has it that you can actually go behind this waterfall in the right conditions but extreme caution MUST be taken. The space, we have heard, is quite tight.
Rauðasandur Beach (Red Sand Beach): Sunsets in the West Fjords are all incredible but from Raudasandur beach they become Epic. The already slightly pink hue of the sand turns bright red and is surrounded by orange glazed cliffs. The laterbjarg cliffs are famous in themselves for some of the best bird watching in Iceland.
Hornstrandir nature reserve: Hornstrandir is one of the most remote places along the coast of Iceland. As a result it is one of the best places to see some of the rarest flora and fauna as well as wildlife that roam the coastal highlands.
The Fjords: We would be remiss if we didn’t mention the actual fjords in our top ten. The dramatic and barren landscapes, complemented by deep marble blue waters come to life during dusk and into sunset. The fjords themselves are also home to many of Icelands whales and seals. Keep your eyes peeled!
Latrabjarg Cliffs: This stretch of roughly 8 miles of cliffs is perfect for you fellow drone fanatics and photographers. The cliffs protrude out of the water to over 1400 ft in some places. Again, this is an extremely popular spot to do bird watching including puffins!
Snæfellsnes Peninsula: The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is a region in western Iceland known for its dramatic landscapes. At its western tip, Snæfellsjökull National Park is dominated by Snæfellsjökull Volcano, which is topped by a glacier. Nearby, a trail leads through lava fields to black-pebble Djúpalónssandur Beach.
Landbrotalaug Hot Pot: We visited over 10 different geothermal pools in Iceland and this was right at the top of the list for us. The pool is only big enough for two or three people which makes for a perfect romantic experience with your partner and one of natures most desirable swimming pools. The downside is that during the day there is usually a line of people waiting for their turn to experience Landbrotalaung. So keep track of where you are in line, try not to interrupt others private experience too much and for god sakes, limit your time int he pool to 20 minuets if there are people waiting. Don’t be that guy.
Garðar BA 64: This is the oldest ship in Iceland and has been beached for nearly 28 years after 69 years of service as a whaling ship, WWII vessile and finally a fishing boat. The rusty masterpiece is just off the coast and when the tide is right, becomes surrounded by a mirror like pool that can create some incredible reflection photography.
Hvalfjörður: The first of the fjords you will get to visit on your way up the south is Hvalfjordur. Glymur waterfall is probably the most well know tourist sight in the fjord but the whole area is a landscape lovers dream. It is one of the more controversial areas in Iceland as it has a long history of whaling and was one of the highest producing whaling operations in all of Iceland.
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