Iceland Travel Guide

Iceland oozes with natural wonders that make a visit obligatory at one point in a lifetime

Iceland lies in the middle north of the Atlantic Ocean famous for the most active volcanic hot spots in the whole world. Its popularity is on the rise as a travel destination in Europe and it offers some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the planet. Rugged Fjords, thermal springs, glaciers, lush forests and rivers.

With so many wonders to witness, Iceland is full to the brim with things to see and do. If you arrive in the months of September to March, you will fall in love with the magical phenomenon of the Northern lights. It is one of the must see experiences at least once in your lifetime. Take a dip into the famous Blue Lagoon, the largest naturally heated public pool in Iceland; discover its soothing powers and cleansing quality. Iceland is full of glaciers and it is only natural to visit at least one, some of the most remarkable glaciers to visit are Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and Jokurfirdir Glacier fjord. The Skaftafell ice cave in Vatnajokull National Park is great for adventure seekers and the Gullfoss waterfall is the most famous attraction in Iceland falling over three steps of terraces in a stunning location.

Iceland is not just a place where ice covers every inch of the land, but it is a place to witness water in all its forms, solid, liquid and vapor in some of the most breathtaking natural locations in the world.