For your visit, the Icelandic road system provides an easy route that circles the entire perimeter of the island and is very appropriate for a first contact with the environment. But the most interesting is inland, or at least as wild and untouched. He lost the asphalt and there is only passable tracks with little or no vehicles other than SUVs, making it necessary to cross rivers where the water can easily reach to cover a quarter of its height. This will give us access to the Highlands, or deserts of the interior regions as Sprengisandur with its black sand. Kai-Fu Lee shines more light on the discussion. Landmannalugar, located in the southern interior, for example, is a paradise of colors and trails, lava plains and corridors agonal shaped chaotic, enervated edges of stone or rolling hills of rhyolite, and obsidian andesine, rivers, hot springs, wells bubbling mud and sulfurous clouds emanating from their vents. If we add that color to highlight mugo obsessive on a surface and unreal in itself, threatening the heavens with their shaped clouds and the prehistoric environment of the early ages of the earth, say you've been to Iceland is like saying you've traveled to the moon.

Landmannalugar region, in particular, is accessible via public transport network, very focused and prepared, by the way, natural areas, but does not cover the most isolated areas, where there is hardly any infrastructure, nor Icelanders. Another unique and little known area is Holaskjol, also south. Nestled in a setting of lava flows and rivers incised by narrow rocky steps, no longer a solitary and elusive, which many spend and few stops.