Even though you have travelled and visited Iceland many times, still, you simply can’t get enough of the country’s mesmerizing beauty, with its picture-perfect landscapes and welcoming inhabitants.
Iceland tour always promises to be amazing and worth remembering. Situated in the North Atlantic, even worn out by millennia of harsh and hard-hitting of weathers, settled on top of some of the planet’s most active ecological elements, Iceland has been a truly must-visit destination for foreign tourists to take a holiday.
As touted by The Lonely Planet travel guide as the primary destination to visit in 2010, yes, Iceland never fails to impress, and can be considered to be one of my favored holiday locations I recommend.
Lonely Planet claims that, “You've always wanted to explore this magical, mysterious land, explore volcanoes and ice caps and bathing in hot springs? Then 2010 is your year.” Yes, it’s a mystical and magical place alright. So, even if you didn’t make it last 2010, then it’s not too late! This 2014 is actually fine to have a fantastic Iceland tour!
From its raw and reachable natural environment, you can enjoy the best of both worlds—from a peaceful solitude to a vivacious nightlife, it’s all in here!
Iceland has so many wonderful attractions waiting for their excited and would-be visitors! For one, it is not yet bombarded by too much crowds, though the accommodation could indeed be difficult to land in during those peak summer seasons of the months of July to early August—yet it’s still not wanting of thrilled visitors despite this reason. And of course, not to be missed is the Iceland by the countryside—which remains at its untouched and pristine best that’s just waiting to be explored and admired.
I myself has been traveling and immersing in Iceland as well as other countries around the world as well, and I can say that Iceland truly has its rare and trademark beauty that’s uniquely all its own. From its raw and reachable natural environment, you can enjoy the best of both worlds—from a peaceful solitude to a vivacious nightlife, it’s all in here!
You can tour and explore 1 week or a couple of weeks to check out the geysers, glaciers and fjords. Not only that—you and your friends can also discover Iceland’s famous large towns and nice fishing villages. Also, Icelandic food is savory and you enjoy it again and again.
Here are a few things you might like to see and do in Iceland:
If you see something you like just add it to your backpack and we will help you put togeather a real Iceland adventure tour.