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Iceland

An outdoor experience of spectacular natural beauty with glaciers, volcanoes, caves and natural hot pools, Iceland is a microcosm of rugged, real, and surreal scenery all bundled up on one little island. Being overwhelmed to the brink of tears of amazement from what you encounter on Iceland’s Ring Road, that circles the perimeter of the country, is a natural reaction for most. The landscape, peppered with mountains, lakes and countless waterfalls, changes almost every day providing perfect photo ops at every turn.

Land of Fire and Ice

Welcome to the land of extremes – absolute serenity, extreme weather, and breathtaking landscapes that remind us that we’re mere mortals in the palm of nature.

Some of the sites on this itinerary are busy visitor favorites, yet you will be blessed to enjoy less visited ones in solitude. Some are accessible with any kind of car, and some require a 4×4. Some are directly off the Ring Road, while others require a worthwhile detour.

With boundless serenity your soul will soar, and the mind will wander everywhere you look!

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People, food and culture

Located in the middle of the North Atlantic and one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, Iceland was originally settled by emigrants from Scandinavia and the British Isles in the 10th century. Due to the country’s geographical location, it was mostly outside the influence of contemporary culture in Europe and America, until the late 19th century. Today, Icelandic people are very open to the world and are progressive, creative and self-reliant. Reykjavik, the capital, is a vibrant city with a hyperactive food and night scene. Icelanders are famous revellers. One of the perks of being surrounded by water is the abundance of delicious seafood. Hardfiskur is a popular delicacy and snack that is often had with Icelandic butter. A great dish to devour in the cold is the Plokkfiskur or fish stew. This rich and filling fish stew features white fish, such as cod mixed in a milk-based roux sauce and vegetables. Finally, there is Brennivin, the national liquor of Iceland that is made from fermented grain or potato mash. Literally translating into “Burning Wine”, this drink is not for the faint-hearted!

  • Languages spoken:

    Icelandic, English

  • Fun Fact

    Iceland is the most gender-equal country in the world today, with the least pay disparity between the sexes!

  • One reason you should go here

    Whether it is hiking in the midnight sun or witnessing the Northern lights from your glass igloos, the Icelandic experience is always going to be one of a kind!

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