Type: Solo, Nature

globe Trip details: $$$

7-10 Trip Days

Iceland, a land of dramatic landscapes lies between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Greenland Sea. Slightly smaller than the state of Kentucky, this country is covered in mountain peaks, ice fields, and a coastline of fjords. Many visit the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa surrounded by lava fields, offering a rejuvenating experience. The powerful Gullfoss waterfall, is another natural marvel that shouldn’t be missed. For those seeking a glimpse of the elusive Northern Lights, winter, particularly from September to March, is the ideal time to visit. Don’t forget to embark on the Golden Circle route, unveiling the geothermal geysers at Geysir and the tectonic marvel of Thingvellir National Park. Insider tip: venture off the beaten path to the Westfjords for secluded fjords and charming fishing villages. Additionally, the summer months reveal a different side of Iceland, with extended daylight hours for exploring hidden gems like Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and the vibrant puffin colonies along the coastal cliffs. Whether seeking adventure or relaxtion, Iceland promises an unforgettable visit, with each season offering its own unique allure.

curated by Tina Woolbright

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