At 65 degrees north, you’re atop one of the most seismically active spots on earth. You can hear it hiss from the cracks and fissures in the earth, see it spew from steam vents rooted deep beneath the earth’s crust, and feel the warmth of .
With only people, Iceland has the atmosphere of a small town everywhere you go. I could rave all day about Iceland—it’s natural wonders are truly something to behold—from massive glaciers and bubbling lava to picturesque fjords and waterfalls.
Discover the Glaciers in Iceland (A Self-Drive Tour)