Just the mere thought of a luxury Iceland vacation rapidly brings to mind a vast number of icebergs, geysers, glaciers, as well as some geo-thermal wonderful wonderlands, plus active volcanoes with one of the most vibrant capital cities located in Europe.
This island nation involves the best and may I say, ‘dreamy’ cultures that have all the greatest influences: aside from obviously European, there are American and Scandinavian influences which make Iceland an exciting country to watch out for.
You’ll never guess where Iceland can take you and it will definitely take you by surprise!
A few countries just within a 3-hour flight from the United Kingdom could display the activity of Mother Nature much better than Iceland. A beautiful landscape gifted with clean air topped with picturesque sceneries make it the most ideal long weekend getaway from the stressful week—a perfect reward for your stressful lifestyles. Iceland include massive space of black sand beaches—uniquely Icelandic, 10,000 clearly cascading waterfalls; geysers, 130 volcanoes, 24 hours of daylight, throughout the summer, the famous Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights during winter time, and highlands that warrant 360 degree scenic vistas of Iceland’s supremely surreal images that just seem to go on endlessly. Brace yourself and get ready for the unexpected! You’ll never guess where Iceland can take you and it will definitely take you by surprise! Your sublime Icelandic experience will take you by fantastic surprise again and again which is uniquely on its own and not found on other countries.
Immerse yourself in the therapeutic and rejuvenating thermal waters and geothermal pools, try the unique ice-climbing experience, marvel at the whales off the coast, try quad-biking, or take a hike in one of the several trails by way of this incredibly fantastic vistas in this country also known as the Land of Fire and Ice.
So when is the best time to be in Iceland? From June to September is an ideal time for you to enjoy a relatively mild ocean weather many thanks to the Gulf Stream. It’s comparatively mild during the winter and cool during summer season, however, this is when you could make the most of almost 24 hours of daylight. During midwinter, though there’s little daylight, it’s actually one of the great times to view the Aurora Borealis.
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 together a real Iceland adventure.