When in Iceland I have visited so many beautiful places form the North to the South and the Wild West Coast too.

I traveled with a group of bloggers and photographers friends and we had the best time ever hunting aurora borealis… and guess what? We finally saw it on our 3rd night! We got so lucky! We drove all around the Island for more then 3’500 km through snowstorm, rain and wind. We walked on diamonds beach, explored an ice cave with antarctic adventure, we saw a geyser eruption and swam into natural thermal bath. We saw five of the most beautiful waterfalls in Europe and beautiful wild horses.

When in Iceland we had our best time ever. I really suggest everyone to visit Iceland in both seasons: winter and summer. We choose winter for the simple reason we wanted to see aurora borealis and we read that the best period is March. If you plan to go make sure to bring super warm clothes and raincoat.

When in Iceland I took more then 3000 photos and this is a selection of my 125 best photos. Enjoy!

If you have any questions or recommendations just let me know!

Ice cave excursion at Jökulsárlón Glacier
Ice Explorers tour
Diamond beach at Jökulsárlón Lagoon

waiting for Aurora Borealis and… Aurora came!

Northern lights in Höfn
Godafoss wich mean waterfall of Gods is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. 
Around Iceland with Matea in wonderland
Matea Pelko

Relax at Mývatn Nature Baththe blue lagoon of the north Iceland

Discovering Hverir a Geothermal site known for its mud pools and active fumaroles that emit sulfur gases. The site it’s also called Hverarönd or Namaskard, this place is not far from Lake Myvatn.

Admiring Hverir mud “pots” or puddles with multiple mineral colors of the Earth. 
The 5 million star hotel, a bubble hotel on Iceland’s golden circle, a real luxury experience 
Who has the longuet tongue?
Hello from Gullfoss! One of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls
trying to catch a story of a geyser in eruption
Geysir is a hot spring in the geothermal area, Haukadalur Valley
modeling in fornt Stjórnarfoss 

Stjórnarfoss is a waterfall located in Kleifar close to the town Kirkjubæjarklaustur in South Iceland.  It’s a small but very attractive waterfall, just like me :)) ahah
Islandic Elf at the black sand beach
Matea Pelko
Matea Pelko
the drone last ride 🙁 RIP
Hiking in Skaftafell in Vatnajökull National Park in direction to Svartifoss waterfall
pure island water
Svartifoss is one of the most incredible and glorious waterfalls in Iceland – its name literally means ‘the Black Waterfall’. Svartifoss is located in Skaftafell in Vatnajökull National Park.
Wet adventure at the Skógafoss waterfall.
This waterfall situated on the Skógá River in the south of Iceland.
Keldur Turf House 
Discovering Seljalandsfoss waterfall 

When in Iceland I had the best time ever!

I really suggest everyone to visit Iceland! If you have any questions or suggestions just ask me.

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