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Iceland is a truly fascinating Nordic island situated in the Atlantic Ocean. It is also referred to as, “The Land of Fire and Ice” and a visit here will immediately show how why it has earned this name. A visit here is a must- it is a breathtakingly beautiful and a unique destination.
Its dramatic landscapes comprise of snowy mountains, picturesque glaciers, live volcanoes, geysers, lava fields and waterfalls and have many exciting experiences and excursions to offer its many visitors. The climate is sub polar with mild summer months with almost 24 hours of daylight, whereas the winters are cold and dark with plenty of snow.
Rejkavik is the capital of the Iceland and it is the most northerly capital city in the world. It is probably one of the most eco-friendly cities due to its pioneering use of geothermal energy for electricity. The city combines traditional with contemporary. It is renowned for its hip and trendy bars and restaurants serving Icelandic specialities and other international culinary delights.
During the summer months the city is alive with music lovers visiting its many festivals. If shopping is on your agenda try the famous street Laugavegur, famous for its boutique shops and designer clothing. Whatever your style, there will something there to suit you perfectly.
Iceland Short Breaks – Out and about
There is a wide array of tourist attractions which can be explored, the top ones include:
- The Golden Circle route which is a 300km loop which comprise of the Gullfoss waterfall, the edge of tectonic plates, the Geyser hot springs and Thingvellir National Park Rift Valley amongst the natural sites on offer.
- One of the most dramatic places to visit in Iceland is the celebrated Blue Lagoon. The natural, thermal spring where any holidaymaker can swim there under the open skies. Swimming whilst the snow falls around you is the most surreal feeling ever and leave you feeling exhilarated and truly relaxed.
- Whale watching – at certain times of the year, visitors can watch the migration of humpback whales, orcas and schools of dolphins can be seen clearly. This natural sight is breathtaking and cannot be witnessed in other parts of the world.
- Glacier trekking – a visit to the famous Solheimajokull glacier. This is the fourth largest glacier in Iceland and has deep crevasses and ice sculptures waiting to be discovered. There are guided treks available too to ensure no sight is missed or overlooked.
- Northern Lights – this natural phenomenon can be seen in Iceland given its dark skies. The Green Lady dances across the skies on most clear nights during the months of September to April and the sight is wondrous and one of the primary reasons people choose to take a holiday in Iceland.
For the perfect holiday to Iceland, please feel free to contact our specialist Iceland sales consultants who will be more than happy to help you further.