About Westfjords Iceland
One of Iceland's best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country's north-west corner, usually known as the Westfjords. Isolation has preserved the region in relatively unspoiled wilderness. IT is an haven for the Arctic fox as well as for a variety of birdlife. The bird cliff Látrabjarg hosts a huge population of some bird species and is the westernmost point of Europe.
The spectacular Dynjandi, a set of waterfalls with an accumulated height of 100 meters, is another must-see. The Westfjords are a true Icelandic wilderness, and are undoubtedly the ideal place for spotting birds, arctic fox, and other unique fauna in their natural habitats.