Iceland is known as “The Land of Fire and Ice” because of its extreme geological contrasts. It’s vast volcanic workshop where indomitable forces shape the earth, geysers gush, mud-pots bubble, ice-covered volcanoes rumble and glaciers cut enormous pathways through the mountains. It’s supercharged splendor reminds you of your sheer insignificance in the greater scheme of things.
It’s the power of Icelandic nature that turns the everyday into an extraordinary adventure. A dip in a pool is more like a soak in a geothermal lagoon; a casual stroll can transform into a trek into a glittering glacier; and a quest for an overnight camping trip gives you a front row seat to the Aurora Borealis.
Iceland has a cultural side as well, which celebrates literary legacy that stretches from medieval sagas to contemporary thrillers. Live music is everywhere as is visual art, handcrafts and a unique and wonderful food scene. There seems no end to the talents of the breathtaking northern destination…so what are you waiting for?
Akranes, Akureyri, Bolungarvík, Borgarnes, Egilsstaðir, Fjarðarbyggð, Garðabær, Garður, Grindavík, Hafnafjörður, Höfn, Hólmavík, Húsavík, Hveragerði, Ísafjörður, Patreksfjörður, Reykjanesbær, Reykjavík, Kópavogur, Sandgerði, Sauðárkrókur, Selfoss, Seltjarnarnes, Seyðisfjörður, Stykkishólmur, Vestmannaeyjar, Vík, Vogar.
Arctic Coast Way, Arctic Henge, Beer Spa, Birding Trails, Blue Lagoon, Diamond Cicle, Drangajökull, Duus Culture Center, Eiríksstaðir, GeoSea, Glaumbær & Laufás turf house, Hallgrímskirkja Harpa Concert Hall, Hópsnes, Húshólmi, Landnámssetur, Laugavalladalur, Mývatn Nature Baths, National Museum, Northern Lights, Perlan, Rainbow Street, Reykholt, Reykjanes Nature Reserve, Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark, Reykjavík City Museum, Safnasvæðið á Akranesi, Seal Watching, Settlement Exhibition, Snæfellsjökull National Park, Stekkjarkot, Viking World, Vök, Whale Watching.