Iceland is called 'The Land of Ice and Fire' for a good reason. The glaciers and cold climate mixed with volcanoes and geothermal activity is undeniably an interesting combination. There is seldom eruptions, but activity is going on all the time.
With only people, Iceland has the atmosphere of a small town everywhere you go. I could rave all day about Iceland—it’s natural wonders are truly something to behold—from massive glaciers and bubbling lava to picturesque fjords and waterfalls.
Grímsvötn is a volcano in South-East Iceland. It is in the highlands of Iceland at the northwestern side of the Vatnajökull ice-cap. The caldera is at at an elevation of m ft). Beneath the caldera is the magma chamber of the Grímsvötn volcano.
The Goðafoss (Waterfall of the Gods) is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. It is located in the Mývatn district of North-Central Iceland at the beginning of the Sprengisandur highland road.