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A screenshot from Sigurður Sigurbjörnsson's video.

Close Call on Reynisfjara Beach: Video

two days ago A Chinese man in his thirties is lucky to be alive after being caught in a wave on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, yesterday.

Here, you can see where the landslide occurred.

Permanent Closure of Part of Reynisfjara Beach

29 Aug Preparations are underway to permanently close the eastern part of Reynisfjara beach.

This part of the beach has been closed since Monday.

Part of Reynisfjara Beach Remains Closed

23 Aug The easternmost part of Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, will remain closed to tourists indefinitely.

Police have cordoned off the area where the landslide occurred.

Moving Mountain

22 Aug Tuesday’s landslide on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, is the area’s third in a decade to pose a threat to tourists.

The picture was taken early this morning on Reynisfjara beach, where the landslide occurred.

Landslide on Reynisfjara Beach

20 Aug A large landslide occurred overnight on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland.

Even more hazardous waves than usual are expected tomorrow at Reynisfjara beach.

Storm warning: No weather for travel until Tuesday afternoon

11 Mar Today, March 11th travellers can expect a storm and very powerful gusts of wind in South and South West Iceland reports the Iceland Met Office and Safe Peopla are urged to adjust travel plans.

The tourist got onto the iceberg to have his photo taken.

Tourist trapped on iceberg on Diamond Beach

11 Feb A tourist got into deep trouble yesterday at Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon when he became stranded on an iceberg amidst strong waves.

Svartifoss waterfall is in Skaftafell, by Vatnajökull Glacier.

20 stunning places to enjoy nature in South Iceland

3 Nov 2018 A list of twenty stunning places to enjoy nature in South Iceland that are all easily accessible and close to the nr. 1 ring road.

Reynisfjara Beach is a popular destination in South Iceland.

Self-drive day tour along Iceland’s South Coast

29 Jun 2018 The western half of Iceland’s south coast is an easy day tour from Reykjavik, as Iceland Monitor has tried and tested. Including stops like Vík, the beautiful Reynisfjara beach, Seljalandsfoss waterfall and much more. The trip then ended with a soak in a geothermal pool while watching the sunset.


Tourist dies after fall at Reynisfjara, Iceland's most dangerous beach

30 May 2018 A woman who was travelling with her family on holiday in Iceland is dead after falling with her head onto a rock at Reynisfjara beach yesterday in South Iceland.

The hotel is located between two famous attractions in Iceland- Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon and Skaftafell National Park

Stay in James Bond-style accommodation near Iceland's Glacial Lagoon

21 Mar 2018 The South-East coast of Iceland remains one of the most popular routes for visitors to the country. Offering sights such as the waterfalls Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss, the famous black beaches at Reynisfjara, the incredible basalt rock pillars at Dyrhólaey,

Ívar Björnsson with a warning sign he designed.

"Iceland has been marketed as a country without dangers"

3 Dec 2017 Graphic designer Ívar Björnsson made warning signs his focus for his final project at the Icelandic Academy of Arts upon graduation. "Iceland has been marketed too much as a country without dangers," he says to Morgunblaðið.

The motorbike in Hvalfjörður tunnel.

Elliott Moss video shot in Iceland tunnel

19 Oct 2017 A motorcycle scene was shot last night in Hvalfjörður tunnel in West Iceland for a new video by US musician Elliot Moss.

The parking meter is expected to be put into operation very soon.

A volcanic parking meter rises

15 Jul 2017 A parking meter has been put up in the parking lot by Seljandalandsfoss waterfall, one of the Souths greatest tourist attraction. All entrance to the area was previously free of charge.

By no mean should anyone ever go swimming at Reynisfjara beach. People need to stay far away from the surf because of sneaker waves.

Group of boy scouts visiting Iceland swim at dangerous Reynisfjara beach

12 Jul 2017 A group of boy scouts were observed swimming at Iceland's most dangerous beach yesterday, diving in and letting the waves catch them. The undercurrent at Reynisfjara is extremely strong and the beach has claimed two lives recently.

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