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Iceland – The Land of Fire and Ice

Iceland is a beautiful country with so much to offer… from amazing landscapes, volcanoes, black sand beaches, geothermal pools to glacier lagoons and more. Bursting with natural beauty, glacier parks and stunning waterfalls, the country is picture perfect. It’s a dream destination for most travellers and will leave you spoilt for choice. Northern lights, hot springs, snowmobile scooters, snow drives, leisurely walks… Some even say that god has been partial to Iceland, he made this island nation a bit too pretty!

Waterfalls and Volcanoes
Waterfalls and Volcanoes

While there are a lot of waterfalls and volcanoes in Iceland, but we recommend visiting the picturesque Seljalandsfoss waterfall and the great tounge twister and glacier volcano - Eyjafjallajökull. The waterfall is sixty meters high but what makes it more enticing is that you can walk behind the waterfall to get a completely different view, one that cannot be experienced at any other waterfall in the world! The volcano got much famous after it stopped the air traffic over Europe in spring 2010. Which eventually contributed to a new found love for Iceland that has not abated. It is an 800,000 year old volcano and is reckoned to be the oldest active strato volcano, making it a must add to your Iceland itinerary. Read More

Blue Lagoon
Blue Lagoon

You can’t go to Iceland and not go to the Blue Lagoon. The beautiful milky blue waters are mineral-rich and reputedly great for the skin. So take a dip, apply the silica mud on your skin and enjoy your luxurious soak. The warm and sooting waters of the Blue Lagoon will transport you to a completely different world and take our word for it...you will not want to step out of the pool for hours! Read More

Reykjavik
Reykjavik

On the coast of Iceland, is the country's capital and largest city - Reykjavik. Reykjavik is a quaint and easy to navigate city, with lots of cosmopolitan things to do, like visiting museums, having cocktails in a cozy bar, and enjoying many great dining options. If you are the party types, Reykjavik would certainly not disappoint you. Read More

Self-Drive Iceland Highlands
Self-Drive Iceland Highlands

Trust us, we aren’t exaggerating when we say that you will get the sensation that you're exploring another planet and when it comes to driving Iceland’s isolated Central Highlands. The experience of the Icelandic Highlands seems to fill the air with mythical spirits that may just trick you into thinking you really have left Earth. So sit behind the wheels of your Arctic Trucks and get ready to explore the surreal world of arid wilderness, desert plains, delightful hot spring oases and volcanic mountain ranges. Read More

The Northern Lights
The Northern Lights

Seeing the spectacular sight of the Northern Lights dancing through the night skies is one of the most popular attractions of Iceland. Every performance is different, a beautiful, shifting dance of nocturnal rainbows that many travellers find a humbling and spiritually uplifting experience. This is as surreal as it gets and you wouldn’t wish to miss a chance to catch the Northern lights while in Iceland. The lights are one of nature’s most beautiful marvel and if you ask us, the Northern Lights are nothing less than blessings from the sky! Read More

Golden Circle Excursion
Golden Circle Excursion

The Golden Circle tour allows you to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning sights, starting with the Geysir geothermal area. A favorite stop along the Golden Circle is the highly active Geysir Hot Spring Area with boiling mud pits, exploding geysers and the lively Strokkur which spouts water 30 metres (100 ft) into the air every few minutes. It also includes the historical and geological wonder that is Thingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates are pulling apart at a rate of a few centimetres per year. Read More

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