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Private Journey in ICELAND

Private Journey in Iceland – Iceland is a country i the making, a vast volcanic laboratory where mighty forces shape the land and shrink you to an awestruck speck. See it in the gushing geysers, glooping mud pools and slow, grinding glaciers. Experience it first hand, bathing in turquoise-coloured hot springs, kayaking through a fjord or crunching across a dazzling-white icecap. The landscape is infectious: hidden energy and a desire to shape the world are icelandic traits. Compact capital Reykjavik may just contain the world’s highest concentration of dreamers, authors, poets and musicians. They all love a party – join them on the runtur, a weekend-long pub crawl like no other, to see the unexpected side of local life.

Best time to visit in Iceland

May to September to avoid the dark and cold, or December to February to see Iceland at its iciest.

Best time to visit in Iceland

May to September to avoid the dark and cold , or December to February to see Iceland at its iciest.

Places to visit in Iceland

  • A breaching whale and curious dolphins on a whale-watching cruise from Husavik.
  • The smouldering volcanic wastelands of Krafla.
  • The peaks and glaciers (and waterfalls and twisted birch woods) of Skaftafell.
  • Thousands of puffin chicks taking flight every August from Vestmannaeyjar.

Places to visit in Iceland

  • A breaching whale and curious dolphins on a whale-watching cruise from Husavik.
  • The smouldering volcanic wastelands of Krafla.
  • The peaks and glaciers (and waterfalls and twisted birch woods) of Skaftafell.
  • Thousands of puffin chicks taking flight every August from Vestmannaeyjar.

Top things to do in Iceland

  • Cavort with crowds of partygoers on the drunken Reykjavik runtur.
  • Breathe cool, pure air while luxuriating in hot water at the Blue Lagoon.
  • Explore the fjords on a kayaking trip under the midnight sun.
  • Wait for water to shoot up at Geysir, the original hot-water spout after which all others geysers are named.

Top things to do in Iceland

  • Cavort with crowds of partygoers on the drunken Reykjavik runtur.
  • Breathe cool , pure air while luxuriating in hot water at the Blue Lagoon.
  • Explore the fjords on a kayaking trip under the midnight sun.
  • Wait for water to shoot up at Geysir , the original hot-water spout after which all others geysers are named.

Discover Iceland

  • Read Independent People and other novels by Nobel Price - winner Halldor Laxness, crime fiction from Arnaldur Indrioason, the sagas of the late 12th and 13th centuries.
  • Listen to the genre-defying works of Bjork, pop/folk singer-song writer Emiliana Torrini, the ethereal sounds of Sigur Ros.
  • Watch 101 Reykjavik, based on Hallgrimur Helgason's book of the same name - a painful, funny tale of a Reykjavik dropout's fling with his mother lesbian lover.
  • Eat some challenging local dishes, putrefied shark meat, puffin meat or singed sheep's head complete with eyeballs.
  • Drink brennivin (burnt wine), schnapps made from potatoes and caraway seeds with the foreboding nickname svarti dauoi (black death).

Discover Iceland

  • Read Independent People and other novels by Nobel Price - winner Halldor Laxness , crime fiction from Arnaldur Indrioason , the sagas of the late 12th and 13th centuries.
  • Listen to the genre-defying works of Bjork , pop/folk singer-song writer Emiliana Torrini , the ethereal sounds of Sigur Ros.
  • Watch 101 Reykjavik , based on Hallgrimur Helgason's book of the same name - a painful , funny tale of a Reykjavik dropout's fling with his mother lesbian lover.
  • Eat some challenging local dishes , putrefied shark meat , puffin meat or singed sheep's head complete with eyeballs.
  • Drink brennivin (burnt wine) , schnapps made from potatoes and caraway seeds with the foreboding nickname svarti dauoi (black death).

Iceland Highlights

Bjork, the Blue Lagoon, economic meltdown, geysers, Icelandic horses, puffins, sagas, volcanoes, whale-watching, whaling

Iceland Highlights

Bjork , the Blue Lagoon , economic meltdown , geysers , Icelandic horses , puffins , sagas , volcanoes , whale-watching , whaling

One word for Iceland Tourism

Skal! (Cheers!)

One word for Iceland Tourism

Skal! (Cheers!)
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