Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland

Iceland Travel Guide

64° 06′ 22″ N, 21° 56′ 17″ O

Iceland in a few words...

The interior of Iceland is a plateau, characterized by its lava fields, glaciers and mountains that feed numerous rivers and some of the most impressive waterfalls in the world. Although it sits just outside the arctic circle, the island is temperate thanks to the warming effects of the gulf stream. More than two thirds of the islands 364,000 inhabitants live in or around the capital city of Reykjavik, leaving the vast majority of the island as pure untouched and uninhabited wilderness.

For lovers of remote, wide open spaces, it doesn’t get any better than this.

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Traveling in this raw and wild environment is to go back to the time when life was just emerging on the surface of the earth. The Icelandic land bubbles up and gives rise to burning geysers and glacial lakes, from fluorescent grass to ash-black earth. Join us as we journey through this ever changing island where Viking myths meet multi coloured mountains.

Highlights in Iceland

River and mountain in Iceland

The Eastern Fjords

This remote region of Iceland offers magnificent scenery and above all, complete solitude, for even today few tourists venture deep into the fjords of the eastern coast of the island.

Trekkers in the Landmannalaugar region


Landmannalaugar is located at the foot of the Torfajökull massif, in the Icelandic Highlands. Volcanic activity has forged reddish craters, rhyolite mountains, valleys and ash fields alongside deep blue lakes, making this region one of Iceland's most spectacular. The Laugavegur Trail that passes through this region is Iceland's most famous trek.

Reykjavik, capital of Iceland


The capital city of Iceland is home to the National Museum and Saga Museum where guests can learn about the islands Viking history. There is also striking architecture and superb food!

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