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Iceland

Iceland, known as the ‘Land of Fire and Ice’ is known for it’s unique and dramatic landscapes where you can see volcanos, hot springs and lava fields sitting alongside some of the biggest glaciers in the world. In fact the Vatnajokull glacier at some 8,400 square kilometers is larger than all of the rest of Europe’s glaciers combined, and with some 30 volcanic systems and over 130 volcanoes, it is one of the most volcanically active regions on earth.
Downtown Reykjavik (often referred to simply by it’s postcode ‘101’) is amazingly cosmopolitan where cafe culture rules supreme by day in between visiting the city’s numerous art galleries and museums as well as numerous displays of street art and murals adding to the sense of fun. By night many of the bars host live music acts to attract the crowds after which the numerous nightclubs begin to fill up by around midnight and carry on long into the morning hours

 

Things Not to Miss in Iceland

 

•Soak in the Blue Lagoon
•Whale watching
•Þingvellir National Park – See splitting continental plates
•See Strokkur erupting at Geysir
•Þórsmörk National Park
•Flatey
•Pub Crawl – Join the rúntur
•Askja – Soak in the geothermal lake
•Hiking in Hornstrandir
•Hiking trails of Landmannalaugar
•Enjoy privacy and exclusivity in luxury villa

 

Best time to visit
May – Aug
Nov – Feb ( winter programs)

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