Over the mid-summer period in 2004 we spent 2 weeks touring Iceland and camping with a group of fellow explorers. Apart from a couple of days in Reykjavik we camped at Skaftafell National Park on the SE coast, Asbyrgi in the NE, Myvatn ( ' Midge Lake ' ) in the north and Kerlingarfjoll in the Central Highlands.
We cannot speak highly enough of our geologist guide, Karl Ingolfsson, who gave us much background information about Iceland, its people, culture, history and, above all, geology. It was he who showed us where we could swim underground in the 44 C pure waters within the Mid-Atlantic Rift.
Click on the Slideshow tab to find out about the presentation we give on our visit
Click on the Useful Links tab to find out more about Exodus and helpful books and websites
Click on the Photos tab to get a flavour of this unique and wonderful country
The photo at the head of our Iceland pages is of a puffin flying over Ingolfshofdi on the SE coast
These pages and their links were completed in 2006 and have not been updated since