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.
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.
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!