Ice cave in ICELAND! Entering the deep blue of this 50 m ft) long, 10 m ft) wide and m ft) high ice cave on the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull glacier in Skaftafell, Iceland caused an awe-inspiring atmosphere. This up to 1000 years
Ice cave in the Skaftafell National Park in Iceland. Ice caves collapse and new ones form as each glacier grinds slowly towards the sea. Local guides can help you (without dying) find one. (Visit Skaftafell National Park in Iceland.
Nanjizal beach, Cornwall, England This cave is known as the ‘Song of the Sea’.’ It lies on the East side of Nanjizal beach and has this spectacular pool at low water. Nanjizal lies half way between Porthcurno (Minack theatre) and Land’s End in Cornwall.
12 absolutely unique kinds of beaches you probably didn’t know existed.- I've been to both the green sand beach and the black sand beach. The water at the black sand beach was cold. I want to go to the pink sand beach!