39 Reasons to Visit Southern Iceland in the Winter

Volcanoes slumber under glacier-capped mountains, while waterfalls cascade from the highlands and geothermal hotsprings dot a landscape that is literally being rifted apart. Everything on this island is dramatic, and if you visit in winter, you’ll only have to share it with a handful of people.

(You can also view the gallery on Exposure.co)


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  1. mindoftwo says:

    Wow! Awesome Pictures 🙂 Iceland is so beautiful

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    1. Jenn says:

      Thank-you! It really is an amazing place!

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  2. Meg says:

    Love the photos here!! I’ve only ever been to the airport in Reykjavik – twice. Never there long enough to actually see anything except what was out the window of the plane and airport. One day, I want to see this for myself. ❤

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    1. Jenn says:

      Thanks, Meg! If you don’t mind the snowy weather, winter is a great time to visit as accommodation prices are a fraction of what they are during the high season. If you find yourself flying through Reykjavik again and have a few hours to spare, the Blue Lagoon is close to KEF airport, it’s a fabulous way to kill a few hours on a layover 🙂

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