Viti crater is one attraction you ought to include in your plans when making a trip to Askja.

 

 

 

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!

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