Our first stop is by Waterfall Godafoss and from there we visit the Lake Myvatn area and stop at Hverir, boiling mud pits, by mount Namafjall. That area is considered by many the most beautiful and at the same time the most catastrophic place in Iceland.
Next, we come to Waterfall Dettifoss 44m high and 100m wide, where a mass of water, mud, and sand rumbles into Iceland's most impressive canyon.
We travel alongside the Jokulsargljufur Glacial canyon to Vesturdalur valley and to Hljodaklettar, the echoing cliffs. They are world known for their basalt columns that characterize the ancient lava flow.