Country of Extreme Contrasts
Iceland is a country of sharp contrasts. A place where fire and ice co-exist. Where dark winters are offset by the summer’s midnight sun. It has hundreds of Volcanoes and yet is home to Europe’s largest glacier, It is located on the edge of the Arctic Circle and yet warmed by Gulf stream… Iceland is the Land of Fire and Ice.
This land of boiling mud pools, spurting geysers, glaciers and waterfalls is also an adventure playground. Its breathtaking landscape is an inspiration to artists and photographers. It has the least dense population in Europe, with a pure, unpolluted and truly magical landscape.
- Guided Reykjavik city tour
- Blue Lagoon visit
- Thingvellir National park, Geysir geothermal area and Gullfoss waterfall visits
- Myrdalsjokull Ice field, Skargafoss waterfall and Black beach visits
- Saftafell National park, Jokulsarion ice field lake visits
- Visit toWest Fjords
- Whale watching experience
- Horseback riding with famous Icelandic horses
- Off-road safari experience
Jökulsárlón is a glacial lagoon, bordering Vatnajökull National Park in southeastern Iceland. Its still, blue waters are dotted with icebergs from the surrounding Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, part of Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull. The Glacier Lagoon flows through a short waterway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving chunks of ice on a black sand beach; on the so-called Diamond beach. In winter, the fish-filled lagoon hosts hundreds of seals
Skógarfoss and Seljalandsfoss are some of the country’s most visited waterfalls due to their location on the famous Ring Road. They are respectively fed by the rivers Skógá and Seljalandsá, which originate from under the glacier Eyjafjallajökull. Many consider both waterfalls as breath-taking gems of Iceland, so it is definitely worth a visit
Do you wish to see it with your own eyes? We will show it to you…..