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The majestic Reynisfjara black sand beach with basalt columns. Come and see it on our south coast tours! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
The diamond beach looks different every time we visit it: icebergs drift from Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon into the sea then wash up onto the black sand beach - it is such a unique, special place. #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
Our guide Howser explaining exciting geology facts about Iceland to our guests on our premium golden circle tour! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
“Traveling: it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” - Ibn Battuta #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
Spot the tiny people in this shot! The view from the top of Kerið volcanic crater lake is incredible.
The slopes of the crater have a red hue because the iron deposits were formed only around 3,000 years ago: most other Icelandic craters are about twice this old! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
Sólheimajökull glacier is located in between the two famous volcanoes Eyjafjallajökull and Katla. This outlet glacier is about 8km long and 2km wide, come see it for yourself on our south coast tours! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
Want to go on a boat trip to see ice bergs floating on Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon? You can book it as an add-on for our Glacier Lagoon day tour! 📸 by @catgbeck
Our guide Halla 😁 📸 by @catgbeck
We love wandering around the incredible cliff formations at Arnarstapi in Snæfellsnes! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
This statue is dedicated to Bárður: a half man, half troll whose story is part of the Icelandic Sagas. After a terrible prank was played on him, he decided to live in a cave in Snæfellsnes and became the Guardian Spirit of Snæfell. Do you want to see the full statue? Come on our tours to Snæfellsnes and learn more about Bárður and other Icelandic sagas! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck
This mountain Kirkjufell is a nunatek - a veritable glacial island that formed at the end of the last ice age. The lower part of the mountain is composed of sediments containing fossils made over a million years ago. The upper part was formed more recently due to local volcanic eruptions. These two disparate types of rock give this mountain its signature layering you see today. Have you been to Kirkjufell? Show us your photos of it by using #bustraveliceland - we’re excited to see what you’ve got! 📸 by @catgbeck
A happy guest at Kirkjufoss, the waterfall in front of one of Iceland’s most photographed mountains, Kirkjufell! #bustraveliceland 📸 by @catgbeck