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Iceland: 4x4 expedition.
Once done with RV circle around Iceland, we realized there should be more inside the country. Some locals pointed at our plan being a mistake by just looking whats the road number one has to offer. The main treasure of the country is hidden in its highlands...

You can not get there by usual means. Roads do not exist there in the way we used to imagine it. What they have in highlands is a gravy road, and some times just mud.

Thats why we take Land Rover Defender...

Here is the link to photos of our previous Iceland week.
adventure dates
1 – 9 August, 2018
We meet in Reykjavik, and let the adventure begin.
9 days
More then a week we will spend exploring waterfalls, geysers, glaciers, thermal springs, volcanos.
8 spots
We will spend 8 nights in tents next to our Defenders, which we park at the really beautiful places.
€2450
The price includes Defender rental, views of Iceland. Per crew member.
the map
Here is how our trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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What does it COST:
€2450
What included in price:
- Defender rental;
- Tent;
- Views of Iceland.
What are your additional expense:
- Food, drinks and other entertainment. I expect it to be around 900 euros per person.
- Final cleaning. 120 euros. Or we can clean it ourselves.
- Fuel for our Defenders.
- Sleeping bag;
- There are also two activities that we will have to pay extra: whale watching: 100 euros per person, Glacier lagoon: 70 euros per person, Blue lagoon: 40 euros per person. All addition activities are depending on weather and road delays, also you can skip any of those.
- Flight to Reykjavik. The price depends on where are you flying from. Check "Skyscanner" or "Onetwotrip" apps to get the quote.



Captain: Nikolay.
In the sea: 31 country || 7500 nautical miles.
Essential in travel: adventures, find things that are not on the map or in travel guides.

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Land Rover Defender 2014
Crew: 5 + captain
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Day 1
Reykjavik.
Getting to Reykjavik. Getting into our Land Rover Defenders. Buying all we need for the trip. Getting to know each other. It's going to be a wonderful week together.
Reykjadalur.
No time to explain. Getting to this hot spring right from the airport. This actually not a regular thermal bathing, but whole river of steaming water. The closer you get to the spring, the hotter it gets, so you can choose the most comfortable temperature for yourself.
Hrunalaug Hot Spring.
It is time to go to bed, but before we go to our camping site, let's get into one more hot spring. This one used to be the place to wash sheeps 50 years ago. But now this is a place to spend couple hours thermal bathing.
Day 2
Gullfoss Falls.
This waterfall is 30 meters tall. The amount of water falling down is 109 cubic meters per second. It is 109 ton of water every second. The math is boring, but the view is great.
Sigöldugljufur.
Chain of waterfalls falling from the edge of the world. Yes, this is real.
Langisjór.
Brennisteinsalda.
Another steaming lake before we go to bed.
Landmannalaugar.
Yes, this is a view from our camping site tonight.
Day 3
Geysir.
The tallest geyser in the world. I haven't seen any geysers before. So why not start with the tallest one?
Langjökull.
We will drive by the glacier. The great views of it will be to the left hand of us for a while.
Hvitserkur
We will spend the night on the ocean shore with a view to the rock Hvitserkur. This rock looks like an elephant. You probably wouldn't believe, but once I have looked for it in Thailand. There is supposed to be something like that there too.
Day 4
Oxnadalur.
The place we should stop by on our way to Husavik.
Goðafoss.
Waterfall system on our way to whales.
Husavik.
Have you ever seen something huge and powerful and yet live next to you? Here we will find the biggest animals in the world. Whale watching will take three hours.
Grjotagja.
It's an underground sauna. Finally, the water temperature falls below 50 degrees and we can bathe in it. Also, yes, it is a real lava cave.
Day 5
Myvatn.
Big, 10 x 8 km, blue lake with plenty of fish and thermal springs around it. It's insanely beautiful! Another exclamation mark!
Hverfjall.
So it s a real volcano crater. Nothing too crazy. Just a REAL. VOLCANO. CRATER.
Dettifoss.
The most powerful waterfall in Europe is here. It is 100 meters wide, and it amasses 193 cubic meters of water per second. Pretty impressive.
Hengifoss.
Waterfalls continue to get taller. This one is 128 meters. I hope the next one is not 256..
Hafrahvammagljúfur.
Day 6
Sveinsstekksfoss.
Stokksnes.
First vikings settlement in Iceland. Located next to the volcanic mountains, where you can hear the sound of Atlantic surf, the same one that most likely brought first settlers here thousand years ago.
Ice lagoon.
We will rent a small motor boat and ride between the icebergs here. A boat ride on ice. Stirred, not shaken.
Black beach.
Let's spend the night here on the beach, watching the view on the Vestrahorn rocks. The sand is volcanic, that's why its black. And I don't know how to further describe it. It must be one of those places that you should just see, not talk about it.
Day 7
Skogafoss.
Skogafoss waterfall. Also 60 meters tall, but way more powerful than the last waterfall. And there is no way to get behind it. But hey, the scenery alone is worth it.
Seljalandsfoss.
Seljalandsfoss waterfalls. This waterfall is 60 meters tall. It is a part of the river that starts from the volcano glacier we visit earlier on the trip. One of the more interesting things about this waterfall is that visitors can walk behind it into a small cave. For a rear, I mean rare view.
Reynisdrangar.
Reynisdrangar.
Solheimasandur Plane Wreck.
Reynisdrangar.
Day 8
Glacier hike.
Day 9
Reykjavik.
Time to get rid of our Defenders, and get to our flight back to wherever we go.
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