Iceland

Iceland was unbelievable. The scenery was breathtaking and magical—almost like visiting another planet. If you ever have a chance to visit, don’t hesitate to hop on a plane. I promised to share my vacation photos, so here they are. Sorry there are so many, but I just couldn’t narrow it down any further!

iceland vacation photos

Reykjavík, Svartifoss in Skaftafell National Park, Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, the black beaches of Vik, snorkeling in the Silfra Fissure, a pretty roadside view, Reynisdrangar, Fjadrargljufur Canyon, Dyrhólaey, Seljalandsfoss, and Seltún

24 comments

  1. Eva @ Four Leaf Clover

    I’m so glad you showed so many, although my travel posts usually include so much more than this, ha! I cannot wait to go to Iceland and your photos just made me feel that even stronger. To know that anyone can see such wonders by going there… can. not. wait!

  2. Adrienne

    Stunning! I own Sigur Ros’ Heima video which was shot all over Iceland and it made me want to visit. It’s so beautiful. We’re headed to Stockholm & Copenhagen for our honeymoon in a few weeks and we cannot wait for a new landscape!

    1. wit & whistle Post author

      Oh! A friend recently introduced me to Sigur Ros’ music when she heard I was going to Iceland. I love it! I’ll have to check out the video. I hope you’ll share Stockholm & Copenhagen photos on your blog when you return! :)

  3. Danielle Cara

    I’ve always wanted to visit Iceland. (and Newfoundland and Norway and Lithuania – not in that order). I’ve recently come back from a Danish island in the Baltic Sea called Bornhølm. It was so beautiful there too. Thanks for sharing this with us!

  4. mamina

    wow! i randomly came across this blog and am very inspired by your trip! i’m planning on going there next week and just wanted to know: did you rent a car? and if so, did you need to have a 4-wheel drive to get to the places you visited?
    thanks!

    1. Amanda (wit & whistle) Post author

      Oh, I’m jealous! I want to go back! We did rent a car, and it was not 4-wheel drive. All the places we visited were accessible with our 2-wheel drive rental car. Have fun!

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