Drangajokull Glacier in Iceland

Drangajokull is the northernmost glacier of Iceland. It is situated southwest of the peninsula Hornstrandir in the Vestfirdir region. The glacier covers an area of 160–200 km2 (62–77 sq. mi) at an altitude of 925 m (3,035 feet).  It is the only Icelandic glacier entirely below an altitude of 1000 meters and also the only one that has not shrunk in recent years.

Breidamerkurjokull Glacier in Iceland

Breidamerkurjokullis an outlet glacier of the larger glacier of Vatnajokull in southeastern Iceland. Emerging as a tongue of the Vatnajokull, it ends in a small lagoon, known as Jokulsarlon. Over time, it has gradually been breaking down. The tongue of Breidamerkurjokull glacier is a major attraction for tourists. Tour operators conduct snowmobile and jeep tours to visit the glacier along the winding iceberg studded Jokulsarlon Lagoon. The base station for visits to the area is at Joklasel, which is approached from Höfn. While walking on the shore, the isolated big blocks of icebergs on the sand beaches can be seen. It is a beautiful sight to see!