A Gay Couple traveling Road Trip North Iceland Part 7 – North Iceland is rough, wild, wilder than we thought. But its unique and remarkably beautiful part of Iceland with incredible landscape that made it all worth our road trip. Leaving Lake Mývatn in central Iceland behind, we headed to Dalvík for our second whale watching trip and further to Ólafsfjardar, a small town in between two huge mountain formations. For this part of our 21-days Road Trip Iceland, we stayed at Brimnes Bungalows far north of the island, a gay-friendly accommodation perfect for hunting Northern Lights. But West Iceland was calling. Our second stay in North Iceland: the Hestasport Cottages, where we went on our North Icelandic adventures. Glacier white water river rafting, Icelandic horseback riding and a relaxed time in a cottage around a natural hot spring made our day. Read more about ourGay Couple traveling Road Trip North Iceland Part 7.
Thinking of North Iceland and it’s beautiful and impressive Glaciers, we automatically had to think about all the glacier rivers coming from the frozen giants streaming thousands of years old water into the ocean. A place to do a great rafting tour is Skagafjörð in North Iceland. Coming from the small North Icelandic town Varmahlíð, take the road 753 in a southern direction and you will find the home of Viking Rafting, a team of very experienced canoeists and rafters. It was a foggy and rainy day. But become a day full of Icelandic adventures in beautiful rough nature on our Road Trip Part North Iceland.