iceland Attractions and Highlights
A large hot spring with a very high flow rate and a relatively steady temperature of around 100°C.
A series of sparkling waterfalls coming from underneath a lava field and one of the most scenic spots in Iceland.
Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon
Magnificent icebergs breaking of the main glacier into the lagoon then floating out to sea.
Keflavik International Airport
The main international airport in Iceland is in the middle of a lava field.
A geothermal area close to Lake Kleifarvatn with steaming vents and bubbling mud pools not far from Keflavik International Airport.
An amazing place far into the highlands of Iceland sporting hot springs, volcanoes and lava fields.
Langjökull glacier is the second largest glacier in Iceland almost a thousand km2 with an average ice thickness of roughly 600 m.
Perlan is a Reykjavík Landmark sporting a great panoramic view and topped with a glass dome resembling a flying saucer.
Reykjanes Peninsula is home to The Blue Lagoon and Keflavik International Airport.
Reykjavík captal city
The northernmost sovereign capital in the world has some warm and intriguing sides.
A beautiful waterfall which you can walk behind, make a wish and meet an elf.
Skógafoss is one of the most picturesque waterfalls on the south coast of Iceland.
At the tip of Snæfellsnes peninsula is Snæfellsjökull volcano which Jules Verne used as gateway to the center of the earth in his story Journey to the Center of the Earth.
The Blue Lagoon
A world class spa where you can wash away all your sins and look ten years younger in the process.
The Sun Voyager
A Reykjavik landmark viking art inspired steel Sculpture representing a promise of undiscovered territory.
The largest glacier in Iceland covering an area of around 8% of the country with an average thickness of 380m.
Vík is the southernmost tip of Iceland from where there are 10.000 miles of open ocean all the to Antarctica.
Þingvellir national park
This is where two tectonic plates drift apart and the vikings formed their parliament in 930 AD.
This valley is a beautiful slightly less traveled part of south Iceland leading up to the highlands.