As you presumably know, Iceland is a huge island in the North Atlantic Ocean, filled to the edge with regular ponders and clearing landscapes, for example, powerful ice sheets, gurgling underground aquifers and dynamic volcanoes. What you probably won’t know, be that as it may, is that Iceland is encircled by various littler islands, which are all definitely justified even despite a visit for their stunning untamed life, delightfully quiet views and interesting narratives.
The island of Videy is strategically placed inside the Capital Region, and simple to reach by means of ship from the Reykjavík Harbor. At 1.6 km2, it’s likewise little enough to stroll around inside the extent of two or three hours. That doesn’t mean there isn’t bounty to see since the island is dabbed with grand path and wonderful flying creature asylums. The sea shores of Videy are quiet and tranquil, just as being a phenomenal area to spot seals popping their heads out of the water. Other than from its dazzling natural life, Videy is additionally a verifiably significant area, flaunting many fascinating archeological discoveries from the tenth century.
Between the wondrous Snaefellsnes Peninsula and the West Fjords is Flatey, a small island that rests in the fjord of Breidafjordur. In the long winter months, it’s close to abandoned, with just a couple of occupant ranchers and their sheep. Be that as it may, in the mid-year, it’s a clamoring little traveler town where all local people possess their vacation homes and run a couple of cafés, shops and convenience benefits out of their more-than-extremely old homes.
Drangey is a great island-rock in Skagafjordur in North Iceland, put on the map by the Saga of Grettir. The saint of the adventure was known to overcome his foes with colossal quality and shrewd brains, however in medieval Iceland, he was marked a fugitive because of his insubordinate and savage conduct. The story goes that Grettir lived on Drangey with his sibling, his slave, and some sheep. This empowered him in enduring assaults from his vengeance looking for adversaries since there was just a single method to arrive at the island. It’s a precarious and tricky incline, so in case you don’t know footed or on the off chance that you fear statures, I wouldn’t suggest making the trek.
A few guests to Iceland believe that the nation is in the Arctic, while truly, it rests directly by the edges of the Arctic Circle. In any case, there is one piece of Iceland that is really situated in the northernmost hover of scope on this planet, and that part is the island of Grimsey. The spiked precipices shaping the sensational coastline of the island are home to many settling feathered creatures. These incorporate the ever-famous puffins, yet in addition auks, razorbills, fulmars and others. Fledgling populaces have thrived in Grimsey, both because of the absence of predators, and local people lessening the rehearsing of egg-chasing.