Reykjavik - Seljalandsfoss - Skogafoss - Solheimajokull - Dyrhólaey.
During my few months working and volunteering in Iceland of course I couldn't miss the chance to travel around the island. I was there in winter season, so unfortunately this trips were very cold, windy and very hard to take any pictures. In the same day I told myself I will be back there for sure in summer time! It should be magical.
We planned the trip in advance and just rented a car which wasn't that expensive and very safe and comfortable. We din't even have any maps with us, we used our few destination points and i had the impression that all the roads were going there :D
The entire trip with just driving was 5 and half hours long but it was definitely worth it.
We started the trip by heading to Seljalandsfoss which is a beautiful waterfall that you can walk behind. Next we headed to Skogarfoss, another amazing waterfall which welcomed us with some beautiful rainbow. From here we headed further south and unexpectedly stopped at Solheimajokull glacier. It was pretty cool to see the glacier however the road was not ideal and you have to walk a while by foot in order to get there. It was cold windy but me and Mike we did it! Our last stop was Dyrholaey, a rock formation that was shaped but the reseeding water and produced a hole in the rock. This site was my favourite one! Totally want to go there back in summer time in order to enjoy the view for longer. There we also caught another rainbow and a priceless sunset.