Its crown jewel, Dynjandi, is an impressive cascade of 7 waterfalls, with the biggest waterfall Dynjandi itself measuring an impressive width of 30 meters on top and 60 meters on the bottom.
Latrabjarg (Látrabjarg) cliff, the westernmost point of Iceland, is home to countless birds including the adorable Atlantic Puffin.
Hornstrandir, a nature reserve that has been uninhibited since the 1950s, provides a sanctuary for the elusive arctic fox and a paradise for avid hikers ready to explore and appreciate its austere landscape. The absence of infrastructure and motor transport creates a strong sense of remoteness. So you can experience pure nature and tranquility.