Experience the impressive Geysir geothermal area – complete with a geyser erupting every eight minutes or so, the thundering waterfall Gullfoss, and Þingvellir, the historic site of the Viking parliament as well as the site of a tectonic rift in the earth’s crust.
There’s nothing quite like experiencing the Northern Lights for yourself and Iceland is one of the best places in the world to witness this magical phenomenon!
Head out into the Icelandic nature, away from the city lights, for the best experience.
The Jökulsárlón Glacial lagoon is one of the most impressive sights in Iceland. Surrounded by black sand and with a dramatic backdrop of glacier-topped mountains, the iceberg-filled lagoon is one of the most photogenic locations in the country.
For the ultimate experience, add a boat tour of the lagoon in the summer!
The South coast of Iceland is a study in contrasts. Verdant valleys meet jet black deserts, icy white glaciers meet rough, black lava fields and waterfalls cascade over high cliffs down to flat plains. Take a tour of this stunning part of Iceland, all the way to the charming village of Vík and back again.