Explore: Skatafell, Iceland

skatafell icelandI’ve been dreaming of a white Christmas…for quite some time now. It’s been a while seen I’ve actually seen snow or ice on Christmas day. This probably has to do with the fact that I grew up in the Midwest, but I’ve been living on the east coast for 5 years and I still haven’t had a white Christmas. That’s why my ‘explore’ pick is one of the coldest, but coolest places on Earth: Iceland. This crystal ice cave located in Skatafell, Iceland is located on a glacier. When the sunlight hits the ice, it gives off a blue light that illuminated the entire cave. It is only safe to walk through during the winter when the ice is completely harden. It would truly be an experience to walk through this cave and see this natural wonder in person.

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