Get muddy in the Blue Lagoon.
Ride the Grindavik coastline, Krysuvik beyond.
Mountain bike through volcanos and lava flows.
Golf in the tectonic rift.
Climb the cliffs near the Reykjanes Lighthouse.
And kids love Icelandic horses too.
Soaking in the Blue Lagoon – NLI is just to the left.
It was a very stormy February afternoon.
The draining Lake Kleifarvatn.
Roundup riders at Djupavatn, Vigdisarvellir
Tectonic plate mountain Thorbjorn, behind the Blue lagoon and Northern Light Inn.
Solfataras and fumaroles at Seltun, Krysuvik.
Solfatara "whale" Seltun.
Tidal pools and seaweed, Selatangar.
Katlar lava kettle from Katlahraun, near Selatangar.
Solfatara and fumaroles at Seltun.
The road to Krysuvik.
Sunrise fog lifts from Svartsengi lava fields, source of the Blue Lagoon geothermal water and energy facilities, and the Northern Light Inn.
Winter sky over Graenvatn – Green Lake – from Seltun, Krysuvik.
Reykjanes Peninsula lighthouse.
A magma simulation glows in the snow at the HS Orka Reykjanesvirkjun geo thermal power station, near Reykjanesviti.
Aurorae Borealis illuminate Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon after a September storm, seen by a NLI guest, with our guide.