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Iceland is, for lack of a better adjective, Nordic Nirvana. Be warned, this is not where you come to party but rather where you come to breathe, to live. Everything that world is craving for right now, Iceland already has. From egalitarianism to sustainable living, you name it, they thrive in it. Satisfyingly unique in its beauty and inspiring in its relentless endeavor to make it better year after year, Iceland is as warm in its hospitality as it is cold in its climate. Start living with a medicinal dip at the Blue Lagoon, whale watching at Husavik, or even the countless treks along Reykjavik.
Visit the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft at Holmavik or the tallest building here, the Hallgrimskirkja. If you ever need directions to it, we suggest taking a picture of it and pointing instead of even trying to say the name! The stone monument, Hvitserkur, is a sight to behold, rising like a sea monster. Adding to the magic of Icelandic landscape are the waterfalls (Gljufrafoss and Svartifoss) and the stratovolcano, Hekla. The volcanic cave of Grjotagja further alleviates any doubt that Iceland is truly and spectacularly one of a kind.

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Things to do

The Majestic Gullfoss Waterfall - Get your wits about you as you visit one of the most popular and epic attractions in the country. There are no rails or barricades separating you from the powerful plunge of River Hvita.

Dip in the Blue Lagoon - Immerse your body and mind in the healing waters of this medicinal geothermal spa and feel every shred of stress melt away in its steam.

The Iconic Hallgrimskirkja - Inspired by the Black Falls, another Icelandic wonder, this church is the tallest and most recognisable building here. It is absolutely riveting to witness the church in all its glory as the dusk falls all around it and the lights come on to reveal an which is nothing short of a masterpiece.

The Spellbinding Northern Lights - There is something so very surreal about gazing up at the darkened skies and seeing a multitude of bright colours prancing about with no end in sight. Mostly shades of green or pink, these lights are so awe inspiring that you may easily lose yourself in the wonder and magic unravelling so splendidly before your eyes.

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  • Are you searching for a magical place filled with extraordinary attractions? From mighty waterfalls, huge volcanic and geo thermal areas, incredible glaciers and icebergs, hot springs, steam vents, picturesque mountain ranges and the Aurora Borealis - Iceland has it all. Ranked among the world's happiest countries, the 'Land of Fire and Ice' is home to some spectacular natural surroundings.

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  • Iceland has a bounty of one of a kind activities waiting for the adventure traveller. An Iceland adventure holidays is all about stretching your limits, stirring your soul as well as testing your mettle in dodgy landscapes. Bathing in a geothermal natural hot spring is a classic Icelandic activity! Start the incredible journey pretty easy, by taking a dip in the thermal waters of Blue Lagoon. Begin the Super jeep adventure by simple caving in an ancient lava tube.

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  • Begin the trip with a bang as you blend into the happening city of Iceland, its capital Reykjavik. From delving deep into the history and culture of the land to partying like there is no tomorrow, this surprise pack of a city lends you an experience that seldom few can.

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Best time to visit June to August

April to May and September to October can be wonderful times to visit Iceland. The highland roads would usually be open, which will give you access to the raw and somewhat untouched part of Iceland. The midnight sun can be best enjoyed summer, during June to August, where it reaches its peak giving 24 hours of daylight. Shops are mostly open in this time of year. Some companies run boat tours and wildlife photography excursions. Northern Lights tours operate from mid-March to mid-April when they are best seen. It is also possible to see it from September through to early April.

The spring season from April to May is the season to go if you are looking for outdoor activities like aerial tours, dog sledding, fishing, glacier tours, hiking, horseback riding etc. The colder winter months of November through to February see the country basked with thick blanket of snow. Roads are generally closed from October to mid-May, and some don't open until early July. Iceland is an extremely rewarding destination for whale watching -May to September is the right time for it.

March -0.8/4.80 C
April 1.1/7.50 C
May 4.5/10.80 C
June 8.3/14.50 C
July 9.8/15.90 C
August 8.6/14.80 C

How to reach


  • Arrive at Keflavik International Airport, located outside of the capital city of Reykjavik.

  • Domestic airlines provide regular flights between Reykjavik and other major destinations.


  • Getting around in Iceland is easy, by taxi, bus, walk, or bike. The car is the most suitable mode of transport.

  • Iceland has decent and affordable bus system that offer a great selection of tours as well as point-to-point scheduled services.

  • Car rental agencies can be found in most major towns.

  • There are also a number of ferry services that connect the mainland and nearby islands.

  • Cycling as another means of transport, but changeable weather and unpaved roads can pose some challenge.


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