There’s no other way to describe it, but one thing must be said is that everything from a geological point of view does happen in Iceland.
There is a reason it is known as the Land of Fire and Ice, all you have to do is look at the long history of the volcanoes in Iceland, recent past and even today. There is tremendous organic and geological interest not just from visitors, but also from scientific experts.
The Land of Fire and Ice, Iceland, is carved out and shaped by over 100 volcanoes of which more than 32 of them have been active in recent years. From subglacial to stratovolcanoes, they can be found here gracing mystical Iceland.