With so many famous natural wonders dotted across Iceland’s west, the country’s eastern coastline is often overlooked. A private guide will show you what’s possible, in a part of Iceland yet to be spoiled by mass tourism.
The Eastern Fjords are magnificent and quiet. Views are raw and rugged with sharp mountain peaks. Atlantic waves crash with tremendous power as the conditions are more savage on this side of the island.
Heading towards the cosy town of Egilsstadir, hidden delights are dotted around, like Hengifoss Waterfall, Laugarfell’s geothermal pools and herds of wild reindeer. You’ll track these reindeer and come to understand their habitat, on a remote Arctic island.