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Iceland is known as the Land of Fire and Ice. It's a country of contrasts - black sand beaches, almost unreal lush greenery, cascading waterfalls, massive glaciers floating in the ocean, basalt rock columns rising from the sea, and light shows in the sky that defied explanation for generations. All of this encompassed on an island smaller than the size of Colorado. You can station yourself in the capital of Reykjavik, visit what's often called the "Northern Capital" - Akureyri - or travel the famous Ring Road around the island. However you choose to spend your time - it's certainly worth the short flight from the US. Check out just one possible itinerary below!



  • Explore the sights and sounds of Iceland's capital city.

  • Take a dip in the famous geothermal Blue Lagoon (outside of the city).

  • Go on an Icelandic Folklore walk.

  • Embark on a Viking sushi fishing excursion..

  • Visit an oceanside geothermal lagoon and take part in the rituals of Icelandic bathing.


South Iceland

  • Travel to the iconic Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls.

  • Walk on the black sand beach of Reynisfjara

  • Hike the Solheimajokull glacier

  • Venture inside the Thríhnukagigur Volcano - the only one in the world you can actually enter.

  • Explore Thingvellir National Park

  • Watch a lava show, feel the heat of the lava, and take a short tour of a lava tube.

  • Visit the Lake Myvatn area and eat bread baked in a geothermal bakery.

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North Iceland

  • Visit Akureyri, the unofficial capital of North Iceland.

  • Ride Icelandic horses and tour the farm.

  • See the coastal town of Husavik, and if the timing is right visit the thousands of puffins that call the cliffs their home.


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