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Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre opened on April 14th, 2011 exactly one year after the start of the Eyjafjallajokull eruption. Because it’s at the foot of the volcano, visitors feel first-hand what it is like to have a huge volcano looming over their...more
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Surprisingly stoked that I came here! I loved it. If you can afford one stop on the way around, it's this one. Learn about the eruption and its effects through the personal journey of the family, only to be served by them on the way...More
to get a real feel for the devastation a volcano causes when it erupts you need to visit this site. A video explains what volcanos are in the area & the threat they pose. The attraction has some interactive stations that give you the chance...More
Who can forget the chaos caused by the volcano "that I shall fail to pronounce even though our guide made it so 'easy' to remember" in 2010. A worthwhile stop to watch the film of the eruption and the damage it caused and especially to...More
The family has recorded a video which depicts the last eruption, the aftermath and their personal/ community determination to go on. Afterwards the wife was available to answer any questions. Well done! It was heart warming to learn their story. Definitely worth a visit!!!
This stop is well worth it! Be sure to watch the 20minute ish movie that features a local farming family whose lives were linked to the eruption in 2010of the volcano behind their farm. The story and photos are spell binding. You can also see...More
Given that this place is just up the road from Skogafoss, which is one of the main tourist attractions, you'll almost certainly drive right past it at some point. And it's well worth popping in. It's only a tiny place and their main attraction is...More
Self-drive day tour of South Coast from Reykjavik (6 Replies)
Will be in Iceland in May. Will be renting a car, and want to do a day trip to the South Coast, which will include stopping at Seljalandsfoss, Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre, Glacier hike on Solheimajökull Glacier(would meet a 1:00 tour by 12:30pm, which is scheduled to last 3 hours total including 1 1/2 hours walk on the glacier), Skogafoss with hike (a couple of hours). My question is in what is the suggested order to do this with driving times making sure that we are at the glacier...More
February 28, 2016|
Are you planning to return to Reykjavik afterwards? Or are you sleeping in Vik or elsewhere that night?