Also known as the Monkey King Cave Waterfall Why it is called the Monkey King Cave Waterfall because visitors can walk behind waterfall and look out from inside.
When the sun is shining, the waterfall is filled with thick water vapours, and there will be colourful rainbows and even double rainbow.
Famous site located in South Iceland, its rusting shell laying on haunting black sands. The wreckage is a particularly beloved spot by local and tourists.
Black Sand Beach
After the eruption of the black sand, the high-temperature magma rapidly cooled by the sea water and form fine-grained lava particles.
They are pelagic sea birds that dive into the water for food. They breed in large groups on cliffs or islands and nest in crevices or in mud.
Formed by black basalt, the crystal clear ice cubes are particularly stands out on the black sandstone. Some ice cubes also have amazing bright blue colour.
Thingvellir National Park
The only place in the world where you can see these tectonic plates above ground, and the effect of the continental drift can clearly be seen by the cracks.
Iceland's most famous geyser, with jet height a maximum height up to 40 meters and is one of the world's most famous geysers.
World's largest open- air hot spring. Because of the abundant minerals and silica, the milky white water shows a beautiful blue color under the light.
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