Four quirky, fun and beautiful places to visit in East Iceland

Four quirky, fun and beautiful places to visit in East Iceland

Hengifoss Yeah alright, we are starting with the obvious one. But if we are going to be blogging about things to do and see in East Iceland we have to include Hengifoss to be taken seriously. Hengifoss is Icelands second highest waterfall and arguably East Icelands...
Myths and legends

Myths and legends

Iceland is a country of myths and legends and we love to tell stories. The only difference between the stories in East Iceland and the rest of the country is that ours are all true.
Only in the East

Only in the East

There are a few things you only find in East Iceland and not the rest of the country. The flower bluebell is only native to East Iceland and so are the reindeer that we are so very proud of.
Second highest waterfall

Second highest waterfall

East Icelands arguably biggest attraction is the country’s second highest waterfall, Hengifoss. It is so fabulous that it even has its own website.
Iceland’s highest mountain

Iceland’s highest mountain

Iceland’s highest freestanding mountain is Mt. Snæfell. This king of Icelandic mountains stands 1833 meters tall or just over six thousand feet. It is actually a volcano and it is debated whether or not it should be classified as an active...