Seljalandsfoss: Seljalandsfoss is over 200 feet tall waterfall. Located in the southern part of Iceland, between Selfoss and Skogafoss is very special and unique as you can walk/hike around the pool to the back of the fall. Fresh and clear water (not glacier melted) flows from it. The area surrounding Seljalandsfoss is covered by beautiful glacier called Eyjafjallajökull.
Jökulsárlón: Jökulsárlón or popularly known as Glacier Lagoon, which we get to see on Day-3 of our summer trip on the way to Mývatn. It is an absolute stunning sight to see. Located between Skaftafell National Park and Höfn. Jökulsárlón is the largest glacial lake in Iceland, which is caused by the retreat of a European glacier during 1934-1935.
Hotel Ranga: As we all know that Northern Lights are one of the main attractions for all travelers during winter, and outstanding view of Northern Lights is visible from Hotel Ranga. The hotel is located close to a small rural town called Hella. The location of the hotel is perfect for viewing the Northern Lights. Since the area around is totally unpolluted, there are lots of chances for viewing this amazing phenomenon.