NATURAL WONDERS OF EAST ICELAND

Stapavík

The historical trading point of Krosshöfði, by Stapavík inlet, truly lies in a beautiful setting. In early 20th century, this was an important trading point for the broad valley of Fljótdals-hérað.

Dalatangi

The drive out to Dalatangi is on a turf path that edges its way out along the fjord. It passes along landslides and cliff edges, past waterfalls and ravines.

Eyjabakkar

Eyjabakkar is an oasis in the East Highlands of Iceland. Downstream from the glacial tongue of Eyjabakkajökull, the Eyjabakkar wetlands are only to be reached by foot.

Gerpir

Gerpir is the easternmost point of Iceland. It is the magnificent view of the 12-million-year-old and 661 m high cliff that will make this an unforgettable experience.

Stórurð

Stórurð is truly the hiker’s paradise and one of East Iceland’s most distinctive spots. It’s a magnificent place scattered with huge tuff boulders and attractive glacial ponds.