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Icelanders have always been very interested in music. Many children start music lessons in their early age and some of them continue higher level music studies along with their A-levels. A few study at acclaimed music academies abroad and eventually become good enough to perform on the international stage. Other use their skills for their own pleasure and entertaining family an ...

South Iceland has many of the biggest attractions in Iceland. Many of the best know waterfalls in Iceland are located on the South coast. So it is easy to combine some sightseeing and some glacier tours if you are travelling along the South coast of Iceland. The waterfall Skógafoss is a 62 meter high waterfall in Skógar about 32 west of the village Vík, the access to the water ...

Glacier Walk - Jöklaganga is a very enjoyable activity. The feeling of walking on ice is unique and quite different from walking on the ground. Sólheimajökull, which is a glacier tongue out of Mýrdalsjökull ice cap, is exceptionally well suited for glacier hikes or glacier walks. Arcanum Glacier tours experience, in guiding people, on and around the glacier, spans almost two de ...

Mýrdalsjökull is the fourth largest glacier in Iceland, covering about 600km2, it’s peak reaches almost 1500 m. The view from the glacier on a clear day is magnificent. Underneath the ice cap, lies the volcano Katla which has erupted on an average every 40-60 years, the last eruption in 1918. Volcano Katla is considered one of the most powerful in the world and her eruptions ha ...

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