Tag: Icelandic Geology
Iceland is nicknamed the land of ice and fire. The fire represents the abundance of volcanoes and volcanic system tucked away in the colorful landscape. Here are the top 10 Iceland Volcanoes!
Each year, thousands of visitors travel to Iceland to experience and enjoy the country’s exciting hiking routes, some of which deservedly appear on lists of the best hikes in the world. Gifted with an extremely varied landscape and awe-inspiring natural wonders, Iceland is one of the best places in the world for hikers and explorers. Read about the best hikes in Iceland!
Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice, with the country's many spectacular volcanoes give it the 'fire'! Here are 5 of the best volcano tours that you can take!
All about Trees in Iceland | Why are there no trees in Iceland? Or are there actually forests in Iceland and if yes, where can you find Icelandic forests? Iceland used to be covered with trees but now they are hard to find. What is the reason behind it? What type of tree survives in Iceland?
Here is everything you might want to know about trees in Iceland.
With 32 volcanic systems in Iceland there is always something for experts and enthusiasts to watch out for. Since the Bárðarbunga eruption ended on 28th February 2015 there have been no volcanic eruptions in Iceland. This certainly doesn’t mean things have been quiet and unexciting. Earthquakes patterns and the many other signs earth scientists measure are always happening. Since late summer 2017 and through the autumn there has been an upsurge of volcano news.
Iceland has numerous ice cave. The Crystal Ice cave in Vatnajokull, The Into the Glacier on Falljökull and new ice caves are forming every year.
Bardabunga Icelandic Volcano is always showing some activity. Last erupted in 2014 but where does the volcano stand today? Here you will get a chance to learn all about this beautiful Volcano and where it stands today. Will it be the next Icelandic eruption or is it quieting down?
All about Bardabunga volcano.
Katla, the most powerful volcano in Iceland, may be due for an eruption! Read up about what's been going on at Katla and when it's next expected to blow its top.
From ancient Norse mythology and Viking folklore to modern day symbolism, the raven has always been revered in Iceland. But why is this bird so interesting? Where does the mystery come from? How do Icelanders feel about this black bird?
Icelanders are an interesting nation. We were isolated here on this island of ice and fire away from everyone else for a very long time and sometimes I think we didn't fully get the memo when things went out of style or weren't the right way to behave anymore. Here I will go over the super Icelandic cultural things that still exist here!