Volcano watching has become big business in Iceland. But the risks involved pose a challenge to local authorities, who are responsible for the safety of tourists.
Airlines organized extra flights on Thursday to allow some of the thousands of passengers stranded by the eruption of Mount Agung to fly out of Bali.
If some parts of Iceland feel overcrowded with tourists, the western regions of the country offer off-the-beaten-track adventures. DW's Elizabeth Grenier tested it out.
Tourism brings money to Iceland. But Icelanders seem slowly to becoming more fed up with the crowds. Is the North Atlantic island nation heading for an overdose?
Mount Agung has shown its devastating power in the past. Now, it erupted again. Geophysicist Jacqueline Salzer tells DW about the different ways the volcano can kill.
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