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Hours away from Iceland’s capital of Reykjavík, across glaciers and volcanic rock and sand, East Iceland is often overlooked by first-time visitors.
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Active volcanoes, enchanting waterfalls, formidable glaciers, the valley of Thor, as well as spectacular Aurora light shows are only some of many treats your eyes and feet can feast on when they find themselves in South Iceland.
Because let’s be honest, there are probably dozens of places to see in the southern region, however, this time around we have chosen the following 6, all of which are relatively close to our Eyja Mörk cabin.
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Iceland’s second largest town, Akureyri is considered by many to be the capital of the country’s North. Some 18,000 people live here, so by most European standards it is hardly a city and more of a town, but it has some exciting sightseeing options and beautiful natural surroundings.
In the last few years, Iceland has jumped straight to the number one country on almost everyone’s bucket list. With its insane landscapes, friendly locals and incredible natural phenomenons (did someone say hot springs?), it’s no wonder we’re all jumping on the plane to Reykjavik. Time and time again though I hear the same criticism of this beautiful country: it’s just too damn expensive. Well… yes, you will be paying a little more for your fermented shark (Iceland’s National dish) than your typical food in somewhere like South East Asia or Eastern Europe, but don’t let that stop you! If you’re looking to travel this amazing country without the expensive price tag, then we’ve got you covered! There are plenty of amazing experiences to be had in Iceland on a budget – even some that won’t even cost you one Icelandic Krona.
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