Quest Nature Tours

Iceland Mammals 2013

Harbour Seal resting at Grundarfjordur on 28 June 2013.


Icelandic sheepdog is a pure breed dating back to the Vikings. They are still used to tend livestock, and are known for their friendly nature.


Icelandic horses are an ancient breed dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries and are known for their hardiness in the tough climate Here they are demonstrating various gaits at a show at Gauksmyri.


Group Photos

On the basalt cliffs at Londrangar on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula on 27 June 2013


Seawatching at Grundarfjordur


Hot clay pots at Namaskard, Lake Myvatn area


Godafoss Waterfall


The interior of Hrisey is tundra-like with mosses and lichen. Snow-capped Mt. Kaldbakur is to the east across the fjiord.


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