Icelandic winter.

Scattered across Iceland’s south coast & the Icelandic Highlands are places that might be considered part of those epic tales that, nowadays, are only in the memories of our elders. Living in this island during the winter time is both a fantastic but hard experience.

A frozen land

Stretching for around 460km from the Reykjanes Peninsula to Höfn in the east, the south coast of Iceland is a kaleidoscope of natural forces.

The south coast offers not only a palette of natural phenomena, but a chaos of human emotions, from the isolation of being totally alone in the middle of a blizzard, to the joy of seeing the dancing spirits of the Valkyries, the northern lights, scattered across the Arctic sky.

If you want to see this wonders with your own eyes, you can Contact me or visit Amarok Adventures, my own travel agency where I do organize expeditions to the Icelandic Highlands all the year around.