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Wow! What a stunningly beautiful beach to visit on our travels! The waves were massive and barrel rolled on to the black sand, was a site to see. The noise of the large waves were relaxing and the views from the beach stunning. I would...More
Was just incredible! Never seen anywhere like it. The waves were silent. Couldn’t understand where the sound of the waves crashing goes! The only thing to watch is the double waves and then the water coming onto the beach when you just don’t expect it!...More
We visited Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach with a tour last month and i wanted to tell everyone to please take the signs seriously!
The day we went the waves were absolutely huge and coming in fast. Our tour guide warned us about sneaker waves, he...More
It was a cold, blustery day when we went. It was gray, low clouds. But beautiful. The rock formation, the sand was just beautiful. But, please, be smart. It was very windy making for beautiful, wild waves and people were acting like it was athe...More
Words cannot express how amazing I feel this place is. There are not many places in the world as beautiful as this from the different grains of black sand to the basalt columns to the endless black sand shoreline, This place is about 2.5hrs from...More
We stopped here while on a tour of Iceland. It is definitely something to see if you are in the area. As the photo of the warning sign shows, you should be aware of the waves at all times, as apparently people have drowned here...More
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Hello! I didn’t see any hotels nearby, and when we were planning our trip, every hotel in Vik was booked! We headed back west that evening and stayed in a charming bed and breakfast in Stokkseyri called Heba Guesthouse. I... More
Hello! I didn’t see any hotels nearby, and when we were planning our trip, every hotel in Vik was booked! We headed back west that evening and stayed in a charming bed and breakfast in Stokkseyri called Heba Guesthouse. I highly recommend it! The traditional Icelandic breakfast is phenomenal, and the guesthouse is on the ocean. Stunning view!