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Located on Oskjuvatn’s northeastern strip is the 150-meter Icelandic explosion crater, named Viti. 
Its clear blue water is actually abundant with minerals and sulphur, and while it promises a comfortable temperature for you to go swimming, this isn’t recommended at all. This is because such craters also contain carbon dioxide on its surface, and this simply makes you faint and perhaps drown in the crater. 
Nonetheless, this didn’t happen to Scientifantastic and his crew as he has successfully shared this very simple yet cool video for us to enjoy.

So communicate with our travel reps now to begin your adventure in Iceland!


Located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is the lovely island nation of Iceland, which is known to be a geologically and volcanically active Nordic European country.

When visiting this scenic island, you’ll be amazed by the diversity of its interior, which is mainly comprised of glacial rivers, lava and sand fields as well as mountainous regions.

Get to know a small fraction of Iceland in this video arranged by, in which the user shares,

In October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians traveled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience with the landscape, traditions and people encountered along the way. Thee end result is a series of improvised, collaborative musical vignettes - based on field recordings and visual material collected on location - amidst documentary footage of the journey to a uniquely breathtaking place. Thee feature-length film and accompanying soundtrack are slated for launch in June of 2012, featuring the work of thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic producers.

So get started with your next trip as early as now!