Iceland is full of unique natural features. The geologically young island sits on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge tectonic plate, which separates the Eurasian and the North American plates. This results in molten lava from beneath the Earth´s crust constantly pushing upwards making Iceland volcanically active. Being located on the northern hemisphere adds icing to the cake, with large glaciers and gushing glacier rivers sculpting the country in cooperation with volcanos, bubbling geothermal pools and spouting geysers.
Nature Reserve in Iceland: