Photos don’t do Iceland’s landscapes justice – places like the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle and Seljalandsfoss waterfall have to be experienced in person.
While in most places you would go for a dip in the pool to cool off, in Iceland you soak in a geothermal lagoon, surrounded by volcanic rock.
While on a walk you can encounter a glittering glacier, and when it gets dark you could find yourself with a front row seat to the natural phenomenon that is Aurora Borealis.
At its heart is Reykjavik – what the cosmopolitan capital lacks in size, it makes up for in atmosphere, nightlife and its vibrant cultural offering.Explore Tours
The tour covers Iceland's most famous tourist route and includes stops at the Geysir Geothermal Area, Þingvellir National Park, and Gullfoss Waterfall.
Sitting in the midst of volcanic rock is Blue Lagoon, a tranquil sea spa overlooking the green hills of Grindavik. Ease any tensions in the mineral-rich water.
See Iceland's mighty waterfalls on a guided tour. Kirkjufellsfoss, Gullfoss, Skogafoss, Seljalandsfoss are just a few of the 10,000 waterfalls to be discovered in Iceland.
The “Long Glacier” of Iceland is the second largest and promises great adventure thanks to its mesmerizing Ice Caves that can be explored via Jeep.
A standout attraction along the Golden Circle is the Geyser Geothermal Area where the active geyser Strokkur shoots up a 30 metre column of water every 30 seconds.
Adventurous expeditions await – travel through Iceland using a snowmobile and explore the fascinating glaciers and amazing waterfalls that this unique country has to offer.
Hunting the Northern Lights is probably the most popular winter activity. Join a tour for a chance to glimpse the captivating Aurora Borealis dancing through the sky.
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