Land of the Northern Lights “Fire and Ice”, Iceland is an incredible country full of contrast and captivating landscape. Smoking volcanoes are dotted around the island, mighty glaciers, geothermal springs and bubbling geysers, Iceland’s natural wonders and dramatic topography is evidence of nature’s primordial power.
The magical colours of the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis, dancing against the night sky, the Blue Lagoon, a haven of hot springs in the heart of a lava field, Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO Word Heritage Site are only a few of Iceland’s natural marvels.
Reykjavik, the country’s vibrant and quirky capital is Iceland’s cultural and social hub. Renowned for its vibrant nightlife and modern living Reykjavik still retains a wonderful small town charm with brightly coloured buildings and a picturesque seafront.
CurrencyISK (Icelandic Krona)
Best Time to VisitOctober to March
Mesmerising colours of the Aurora Borealis dancing against the night sky, awe-inspiring natural treasures, Iceland offers breath-taking adventures in a captivating landscape.
A land of amazing contrasts, Iceland offers everything from exciting adventures, awe-inspiring natural treasures to a host of cultural activities and Reykjavik’s culinary experiences.