The Askja Tour in the Untouched Wilderness of Iceland
A wide range of untouched areas are found in the highlands of Iceland. One of them is the Askja Area. Askja is a caldera in the Dyngjufjöll mountains, which contains several volcanoes, including Víti crater.
On Mystic Iceland’s tour from Húsavík to Askja, many interesting places will be on our way. Askja belongs to Vatnajökull National Park and has been protected since 1978
Nature is considered by many as Spectacular in this secluded spot in the highlands of Iceland.
The caldera Askja is in the highlands and therefore only accessible during the summer months. Lake Askja, or Öskjuvatn in Icelandic, is one of the deepest lakes in Iceland and by Öskjuvatn sits the crater Víti (e. Hell). The temperature of the water in Víti is around 22° C. Víti is a popular bathing site.
Herðubreiðarlindir, an oasis in Ódáðahraun is one of the most beautiful spot in the interior highlands. The cold springs at the edges of the lava flow into streams, merging Lindá river, a…
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