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Get ready for the trip of a lifetime. Iceland is the land of beauty and adventure. With beautiful waterfalls, immense glaciers, meandering creeks, thermal lagoons, snow-capped mountains, steaming hot springs, cold brews, and friendly locals, you’ll never want to leave.


  • Begin in Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, for exciting city ventures. Discover small, brightly-colored homes, charming cafes, and a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars. Iceland stays light 24 hours a day in the summer months, when the country hosts non-stop musical festivals. After experiencing city life, take a whale watching tour from Reykjavik around Faxafloi Bay for a chance to spot some Minke and Humpback whales.

  • Hike along the gorgeous Breidamerkurjökull Glacier at the Jökulsárlón Lagoon, with blue and white icebergs emerging from waters reflecting the sky.

  • Trek across Skaftafellsheidi, past the tall, jutting Svartifoss waterfall, and across the Skaftafellsjökull Glacier for stunning views of scenic, snowcapped mountains.

  • Relax on the black-sand beach of Reynisfjara in Vík, known worldwide for its unique beauty.

  • Visit Thingvellir National Park, a World Heritage Site and mysterious terrain of steaming hot springs tectonic plates.

  • After an active morning, relax in the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon. Have a drink, put on a facemask treatment, or simply soak in these warm waters.

  • Explore the breathtaking Gullfoss Waterfalls for a truly captivating experience. Feel the midst on your skin while you listen to the waterfall’s rhythm and admire its massive presence.

  • Discover Mývatn Lake, surrounded by volcanic craters, deserted tundra, and a wealth of flora and fauna. This is one of the three sites on the Diamond Circle, which also includes the town of Húsavík, the canyon of Ásbyrgi, and Dettifoss waterfall.

Good to know

  • Most of the country speaks English

  • Magical creatures of the netherworld are a part of Icelandic culture, whether you believe it or not

  • The best time of year to see the Northern Lights are late September/early October or March/beginning of April 

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