Selfoss Tourism & Travel Guide

10 Days
Iceland - an encounter with fire, ice, and many more wonders

Around 1:30 am at night we picked up our car and made our way from airport to the city of Reykjav...

Pranay Maloo
2 Days
The guide to an epic ICELAND Road trip - Part I

Nature in its pristine form has always been mystery for me rather than a soothing sight. It compe...

Devansh Dhar
 Icelandic Journeys

If GRR Martin needed an inspiration for his hugely popular novels, there can be no better candida...

Sayantan Saha
A Guide To Iceland's Golden Circle

Iceland is a country which takes your breath away. And it all starts with the Golden Circle. The ...

Kanika Kalia
13 Days
Self Drive Trip to Iceland

Iceland is one of the most isolated countries in the world. The population of the country is arou...

SAMsTRAVELOGY
2 Days
Self Drive Iceland's Golden Circle

Wanting to make the most of our four days in Iceland, we hit the road – Iceland’s Gol...

Calli & Travis


Akureyri
AkureyriWe took a stop at the town of Isafjordur located near the creek at one of the fjords. Its dramatic landscape sur...
Vik
The Black Beach is in the village of Vik in Iceland. One needs to first go to Reykjavik and from there you can head to ...
Borgarnes
In this video, we cover the 4th and last part of our travel. Having completed our round trip through the east-central pa...
Stykkishólmur
Town is called Stykkishólmur and from the lighthouse on the hill, you will be able to overlook the whole town in a bird ...

About Selfoss

We were spending our next two days at Selfoss. Selfoss is the largest town in south Iceland; still it is a peaceful town with varied options for some good restaurants to try. Our entire day was already planned as we had booked a visit to the Langjökull Ice Cave. We had to drive all the way to the Klaki Base Camp. The drive to the base camp was nothing short of an adventure itself with rough roads and a weather which was windy and turning colder the closer we reached to the base camp. When we reached the base camp, we were in for a big surprise. We were just at the foot of the glacier and the wind was at its best. A big SUV was like a matchbox in front of the power of the wind and was shaking continuously. We had to take our gears from the camp which included shoes, complete pullover and pants, and gloves. The temperate near the base camp was freezing cold and luckily we had brought extra pair of jackets. We were then transported into a special purpose vehicle converted to be able to drive on the glacier. Our tour guide gave us some basic information on the Ice tunnel.
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