Make Trip to Iceland

Iceland, a Nordic island nation

Attractions in Iceland

Whale Watching, Reykjavik

No matter when you decide to visit, seeing whales happens all year round, even though summer is the most common time to see these gentle giants. During the warmer months, day and night trips can take place, like catching whales in the midnight sun.

Blue Lagoon, Grindavík

Only 40 minutes' drive from Reykjavík, this most emblematic geothermal spa is a must-see tourist attraction. Here, in the shade of a power station, you can find natural bathing in pale blue water. The whole Blue Lagoon industry has evolved around this attraction.

Landmannalaugar Nature Reserve

Landmannalaugar National Park, one of Iceland’s most popular tourist destinations, is located 180 kilometres from Reykjavik in the south of Iceland. The key features of this mysterious landscape are the multi-hued ryolite mountains, the Hekla volcano and the extensive lava fields.

Skaftafell Ice Cave

In the south of the country, Vatnajökull National Park is a land of glaciers and majestic ice caves that draw explorers from all over the world. The vast National Park (one of three in Iceland) is divided into four parts and consists of the Vatnajökull Glacier and its surrounding area.

Kirkjufell Mountain

Around 2.5 hours drive northwest of Reykjavik is the small town of Grundarfjördur, a quaint fishing village centrally situated on the north coast of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. The town sits in a picturesque fjord, surrounded by mountains, with Mt. Kirkjufell appearing as a landmark.

Why Travel to Iceland

Iceland, an island of fire and ice, has become one of the world’s top travel destinations, not just for thrilling explorers, but also for nature lovers searching for something new.