Replenish your body and mind in the waters of Blue Lagoon
Admire the irresistible might of Europe’s most powerful waterfall Dettifoss
Watch majestic whales in Húsavík
Touch the stunning basalt columns and step on the black sand of Reynisfjara beach
Descend into an ice cave in Vatnajökull National Park
Dive between two continents in the Silfra fissure
Witness the erupting geysers of Haukadalur geothermal field
Iceland is a country of extreme contrasts. Widely known as “The Land of Fire and Ice”, it is home to both some of the largest glaciers in Europe, and some of the most active volcanoes in the world. Iceland is also the land of light and darkness, where long summer days with near 24-hours of sunlight are offset by short winter days.
Iceland was created for the extreme experience. With its abundance of mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, rivers, lakes, caves and otherwise rough terrain waiting to be tackled, Iceland is truly an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.