Sig Vicious’ Top 5 Natural Sights to Experience While at Secret Solstice 2016
Icelandic photographer and graphic designer Siggeir Magnus Hafsteinsson – otherwise known as Sig Vicious – has been featured around the world for his work behind a camera, and it’s not hard to see why.
He regularly posts stunning imagery of his travels around Iceland to his 50,000+ Instagram followers, and he graciously agreed to share with you all a few of his favourite locations you should take the time out to visit while you’re in our beautiful country for Secret Solstice 2016.
Feast your eyes on this…
“One of my all time fave spots. Just a 30min drive out of town and you’re out of this world.”
“The tip of Reykjanes is the most South-western tip of Iceland. Cliffs, lighthouse and geothermal mud pools.”
“Black beach and super awesome cliffs all around. Also close to the DC3 Airplane wreck.”
INSIDE THE VOLCANO
“Besides witnessing the birth of my daughter this is the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. I can tell you it’s super epic to be standing inside of a volcano and I think this is the only place in the world where that is possible.”
“It is situated at the rear end of the Hvalfjörður and is pretty magnificent, with a cascade of 198 m, it is the second highest waterfall of Iceland. The drive will take you about 45 min and then around 2 hours hike from parking lot that will definitely get that hangover issue in order.”
Want to take a look at more of Siggeir’s work? Follow him on Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, or Facebook. And for more stunning locations to visit while in Iceland, check out feature on Australian photographer Benjamin Hardman’s must-see natural sights to visit during your time at Secret Solstice 2016.
Discounted passes to Secret Solstice 2016 are on sale now for only 17,900kr, though expect a price rise at the end of January. Book now to avoid missing out on the summer event of a lifetime!