East Fjords Vacation Packages
Reykjavik, the country's capital, is located 120 miles (193 kilometers) south of East Fjords.
It comes as no surprise that East Fjords is so popular with vacationers from across the globe; Iceland is home to a treasure-trove of wonderful attractions. Interesting places in the vicinity of East Fjords are Latur, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Berufjardarvatn, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north.
Delve into a side of Iceland most visitors don't see by accompanying a passionate local guide on one of the guided nature walks.
Local foods are an excellent way to get to know the area in which you are traveling. So be sure to spend time in some of the region's eating establishments. Lamb and also root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots are popular ingredients here. Saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) and harofiskur (jerky type fish) are much-loved local specialties for you to try. Iceland dishes such as mondlukaka (almond cake) are also a good thing to try.
Much of East Fjords acknowledges Independence Day on the 17th of June, so be prepared for changes to business hours and transport schedules.
At the end of your time in East Fjords, chances are you'll find yourself making plans to revisit this stunning destination.