Husavik is situated approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) north of Myvatn and 180 miles (290 kilometers) northeast of the national capital, Reykjavik.
Traveling in this popular region is all about discovery, so why not hit the road and tour a few of the other charming destinations dotted around Husavik. Head less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) south to Husavik, where you can check out the Husavik Harbour and Icelandic Phallogical Museum.
While you are on holiday in Husavik, why don't you see Myvatn. Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south, this regional city is where you can find Jarobodin, Myvatn Nature Baths and Namafjall. Myvatn has a lot to offer travelers keen to explore a little deeper. Hverfjall Crater, Krafla Volcano and Leirhnjukur are other sights guaranteed to delight.
There's plenty of ways for thrill seekers to get into the great outdoors around Husavik. Caving and hiking are two ways active visitors can get their fix.
Get a taste of the variety of culinary traditions in Iceland by exploring typical Iceland dishes. Lamb and root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots are two of the signature ingredients. Saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) and harofiskur (jerky type fish) are much-loved local specialties to taste. And no meal is complete until you have had mondlukaka (almond cake), a popular dessert here.
There is a common proverb that the world is a book and those who choose not to travel get stuck on the same page. So book your trip and make the most of the adventures to be had in Husavik.