Hallormsstaður Forest

Hallormsstaður National Forests is considered to be Iceland's largest forest. The forest covers an area of 740 hectares most of which is native birch.

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Kárahnjúkar Dam

For travelers intereted in learning about Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Project or about tourist options in the neighborhood. Visitors can experience in words and pictures how Kárahnjúkar Power Station was built.

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Vatnajökull National Park

Vatnajökull National Park is one of the largest National Parks in Europe, almost 14.000 m2. The interplay of large glacier and volcanism has created many, greatly varying, landscape features wich make the area unique in the world.

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Hengifoss waterfall

This delightful area at the upper end of Lagafljót lake takes pride in several of Iceland's leading natural attractions and historical site, as well as a variety of tourist services.

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Strútsfoss waterfalls

Strútsfoss is located where the river Strútsá falls into the Villingadalur arm of Suðurdalur valley. Although Strútsfoss is one of Iceland's highest waterfalls, it has two parts, with the upper one falling about 20m and the lower one about 100 m.

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Ranaskógur forest

Often considered one of the country's most beautiful birch woods, Ranaskógur has numerous birches with white bark and tall, straight trunks. Moreover, the forest floor is unusually smooth, in comparison to most Icelandic wooded areas.

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