55 Places to Visit in Iceland, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

Places to See in Iceland

Reykjavík, Akureyri, Hafnarfjordur, Mosfellsbaer, Vestmannaeyjar, Ísafjörður, Akranes, Kópavogur, Siglufjörður, Húsavík, Selfoss, The Westman Islands, Hornstrandir Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar, Thingvellir National Park, Hella and many more.

Riddled with gorgeous steep-cliffed glaciers and windswept national parks, the places to visit in Iceland beg a visit. Whether you’re looking for the quiet charm of old Viking villages, or the dazzling natural resplendence of its volcanoes and lakes, these tourist attractions will leave you asking for more. From steep waterfalls to nature reserves, Iceland is home to some of the most beautiful attractions in all of Europe. The glacial lakes in the country are some of the best tourist attractions in Iceland- whether it is the chilling beauty of Jokulsarlon or the warm and milk-blue waters of the Askja Caldera, each attraction here is more special than the last one.

Those looking for a quiet vacation can also opt to visit one of the many fishing villages here, which are some of the best places in Iceland. From Hella with its whale spotting activities to the snow-capped mountains of Siglufjörður, these little towns and villages are the pride of Iceland. Several Iceland attractions also serve as prominent vantage points to enjoy the northern lights from, with the Kirkjufell mountain and Mount Esja being two of the best of such points.

Here is a list of places to see in Iceland:

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The capital and largest city of Iceland, Reykjavík is nestled on the Seltjarnarnes Peninsula, in southwestern Iceland. Founded by the Norseman Ingólfur Arnarson in 874, this city was just a small fishing village until the 20th century. The city was granted municipal and administrative powers in 1786 and it was declared the capital of Iceland in 1918. At present, Reykjavík is an important fishing port and the cultural, industrial, and commercial hub of the country.

The beauty of Reykjavík lies in its scenic natural beauty and intoxicating nightlife culture. The colourful traditional houses, quaint cafes, and lush public gardens add to the appeal of this flamboyant city.

One of the main attractions of the city of Reykjavík is its pristine swimming pools. Some of the top pools that you can head to for a refreshing dive include Laugardalslaug pool, Sundhöll Reykjavíkur, and Nautholsvik. Other prime places of interest in Reykjavík include the Hallgrimskirkja Church, the Harpa Concert Hall and Old Harbor, and the Statue of Leif Eiriksson.

While you are in Reykjavík, you can engage in a myriad of exciting activities. You can enjoy shopping at the Kolaportið Flea Market, go whale watching, and take a Northern Lights tour. You can also relax in one of the public parks or spend some time at the Reykjavík Art Gallery.

Reykjavík experiences a subpolar oceanic climate with cool summers and colder winters. The most ideal time to visit Reykjavik is between June and August, when the weather is balmy and you can experience the ‘Midnight Sun’

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Mosfellsbaer lies 12 kilometers east of Reykjavík, the country's capital, in the southwestern part of Iceland. Packed with a myriad of greenhouses that have been constructed here over the years, Mosfellsbaer is also referred to as "the green town of Iceland". The entire town of Mosfellsbaer is dominated by towering hills, including Grímannsfell, Helgafell, Úlfarsfell, and Mosfell.

Mosfellsbaer is a mountainous area with a rugged landscape, surrounded by grassy mountains. Packed with verdant valleys and picturesque hills, this town looks naturally appealing. The town is lined by the azure ocean at the Leirvogur Bay, which makes it even more beautiful. A number of charming footpaths and walking trails running across the town also add to its unparalleled beauty.

The town of Mosfellsbaer is packed with a plethora of stunning attractions that propel all kinds of travelers. The top landmarks of this town include the Laxnes Horse Farm, the Kirkjufell Mountain, and the Mosfellsbaer Golf Club.
While you are in Mosfellsbaer, you can engage in a myriad of adventure activities, including swimming, hiking, trout fishing, and skiing. You can also munch on delicious snacks at the quaint little Fjoruhusid Cafe.

Mosfellsbaer enjoys the tundra climate, with cloudy and cool summers and windy and wet winters.

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Situated in the Greater Reykjavík Area, Hafnarfjörður happens to be the third most populated city in Iceland. The history of Hafnarfjörður dates back to the 14th century and its name is mentioned in the early literature of Iceland. Home to many renowned rock bands, including HAM, Jet Black Joe, and Ulpa, Hafnarfjörður is also referred to as the  “rock ‘n’ roll capital” of Iceland. The unique appeal of Hafnarfjörður town can be aptly described by its lively harbour, relaxed atmosphere, and artsy surroundings. Surrounded by stunning lava fields, the town is packed with colourful houses that make it truly picture-perfect.

The boisterous town of Hafnarfjörður is packed with umpteen varieties of attractions, which range from cute boutiques and cafes to intriguing museums and galleries. The top landmarks you can choose to pay a visit to include the Hafnarborg Art Museum, the Hellisgerði Botanical Garden, Seltún-Krýsuvík Geothermal Area, and Ástjörn Lake.

While you are in Hafnarfjörður town, you can marvel at the magnificent ships at the harbour, walk around the colourful houses around downtown, go horse riding in Mt. Helgafell area, and take an exploration tour of the Sívertsen House. Hafnarfjörður experiences a subpolar oceanic climate, with winters being windy, cold, and wet and summers being cloudy and cool.

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Lying in northern Iceland, Akureyri is the fourth largest municipality in the country. Nestled on the western side of the fjord Eyjafjörður, Akureyri is surrounded by magnificent mountains, including Strýta and Kerling. Also referred to as the "Capital of North Iceland", this city is a prime fishing center and port of Iceland.

Akureyri happens to be a scenic town packed with natural splendors including breathtaking canyons and picturesque waterfalls. The well-paved roads, cute little houses, and charming cafes add to the beauty of this town.
Being a prime town of Iceland, Akureyri is packed with a myriad of attractions, including cafes, pools, hiking trails, waterfalls, and natural baths. The top places to check out in the town of Akureyri, include Laufas Turf Houses, Myvatn and Grjotagja hot spring, Dettifoss waterfall, Godafoss waterfall, Asbyrgi canyon, Lake Mývatn, Akureyri Art Museum, and the Akureyri Botanical Gardens.

On your tour to Akureyri, you can indulge in a variety of exhilarating activities. You can take a walk through history at the Akureyri Museum, go on a hiking tour to the Hlíðarfjall Mountain, and seek blessings at the iconic Lutheran Church of Akureyrarkirkja. Akureyri features a subarctic climate or cold-summer mediterranean climate with mild summers and cold winters. The most ideal time for planning a trip to Akureyri is during the hot months of June, July, and August.

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Located around 20 kilometers away from Reykjavík, the country's capital, Akranes is a charming port town. Akranes is nestled on the foothills of the stunning 572 meters high basalt mountain of Akrafjall, on the western coast of the country. Majorly a factory town and administrative center, Akranes is known popularly for its ancient lighthouse.

The beauty of Akranes is defined perfectly by its beautiful campsites, stunning museums, azure swimming pools, and elegant cafes. This ancient town also boasts a rich culture, which adds to its unparalleled appeal. The town of Akranes is filled with a wide range of attractions, starting from museums to pools. You can always plan a visit to the prime attractions of Akranes, including  the Akranes Folk Museum, the Akranes Lighthouse, the Jaðarsbakkar swimming pool, and Langisandur beach.

On your tour to Akranes, you can plan to enjoy a number of amazing activities. You can enjoy some good coffee at Lesbókin Café or treat yourself to exotic pizzas at Galito. You can take a refreshing dip in the hot water pool of  Guðlaug. You can also go marvel at the Breiðin lighthouse and check out the ancient rowing boats displayed at the Akranes Folk Museum. The town of Akranes experiences a warm and temperate climate with significant rainfall throughout the year.

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Vestmannaeyjar is a conglomeration of 14 beautiful islands, lying off the southern shore of Iceland. These barren and rugged islands are volcanic in origin, with over 300 meters high cliffs. Vestmannaeyjar is also famed to be home to a myriad of seabirds, including puffin, guillemot, gannet, kittiwake, and Iceland gull. With stunning basalt columns encompassing the photogenic islands, Vestmannaeyjar is naturally beautiful. Mystic caves, coves, and grottos add to the unparalleled charm of this island.

The vibrant birdlife of this place also makes Vestmannaeyjar an appealing destination for nature lovers and shutterbugs. The “Puffin Paradise of Vestmannaeyjar is packed with abundant attractions for an enjoyable sightseeing tour. Some of the prime places of interest on the island of Vestmannaeyjar include the Eldheimar Volcano Museum, the Sæheimar Aquarium, the  Stave Church, the Elephant Rock, Þórsvöllur Camping Ground, and the Beluga Whale Sanctuary.

While you are in Vestmannaeyjar, you can enjoy a hiking tour to Stóraklif & Heimaklettur, relish cheesy pizzas at 900 Grillhús, and take an exploration tour of Heimaklettur. You can also pay a visit to the Sagnheimar Folk Museum and sample some locally brewed beer at Brothers Brewery and Bar. Vestmannaeyjar is blessed with a subpolar oceanic climate with extremely high precipitation.

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Translating to “fjord of ice” in english language, Ísafjörður lies in the northwestern part of Iceland. Ísafjörður is considered to be the administration hub of Ísafjarðarbær and the largest settlement in the Vestfirðir peninsula. With fishing being the primary industry in Ísafjörður, this town is known to shelter one of the country’s largest fisheries. Much of the beauty of Ísafjörður town lies in its colourful culture and beautiful festivals including the Ski Week Festival and the Aldrei fór ég suður music festival. Encompassed by steep mountains and packed with a rich biodiversity, Ísafjörður brims with natural splendors.

The host of famous attractions in Ísafjörður range from cascading waterfalls and scenic nature reserves to colourful souvenir shops and modern restaurants. The prime landmarks of Ísafjörður include the Dynjandi Waterfall, Hornstrandir Nature Reserve, Westfjords Maritime Museum, the Edinborg Cultural Center, and the Snæfjallaströnd Beach. When in Ísafjörður, you will always have an action-packed holiday, thanks to the myriad of activities available here.

You can kayak around Mt. Oshlid, sample some croissants at Gamla Bakaríid, hike to the Latrabjarg Bird Cliffs, pay a visit to the Museum of Everyday Life, and shop for traditional clothing at Karitas. Ísafjörður experiences a tundra climate, with the warmest month being August and the coldest being January.

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Located on the southeastern shore of Faxa Bay, in southwestern Iceland, Kópavogur is a fast growing, modern residential suburb. Kópavogur is considered to be the second largest municipality of Iceland in terms of population. This town is also famed to be home to the tallest building of the country, the Smáratorg Tower. The beauty of Kópavogur is majorly described by the fascinating seals that are sheltered in the ocean waters by the shoreline of the oldest part of this town. With the stunning  Kópavogsdalur Valley lying at the middle of this town, the unmatched scenic charm of Kópavogur further multiplies. The 30 indegenous species and 10 exotic species of birds living here, also make Kópavogur a mesmerizing place to visit.

The town of Kópavogur is packed with a myriad of attractions, ranging from public parks and cultural museums to churches and restaurants. You can plan your visit to the famous places in Kópavogur including the Natural History Museum of Kópavogur, the Kopavogur Church, the Portið Antic market, and the Rush Trampoline Park.

On your tour to Kópavogur you can go shopping at Smaralind, take a bath in the geothermal swimming pool of Kópavogslaug, watch a concert at Salurinn, and explore the Gerðarsafn Kopavogur Art Museum.
Kópavogur is bestowed with a warm and temperate climate, experiencing heavy rainfall even during the driest month.

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The oldest settlement of Iceland, Húsavík is located along Skjálfandi Bay, in northern Iceland. Húsavík happens to be a very popular fishing port as well as a potent market for sheep-raising and dairy-farming. Travelers know Húsavík as one of the excellent whale watching destinations in Iceland. Húsavík is unarguably one of the most beautiful fishing towns in the northeastern part of the country. The impeccable beauty of this town is well-defined by its spectacular snow-clad mountains, beautiful museums, elegant restaurants, and colourful houses.

The flamboyant town of Húsavík is packed with a plethora of amazing destinations that range from museums and churches to restaurants and baths. The prime landmarks spread across the length and breadth of Húsavík town include The Whale Museum, the GeoSea Geothermal Sea Baths,  Könnunarsögusafnið Exploration Museum, The Culture House at Húsavík, the the Húsavíkurkirkja, the Húsavík Swimming Pool, and the Húsavík Campground.
While you are in the town of Húsavík, you can engage in a number of adrenaline-fueling activities, including whale watching, sea kayaking, birdwatching, and horseback riding.

You can also relish authentic seafood at the Gamli Baukur Restaurant, buy beautiful Icelandic souvenirs at Kaðlín Handicraft, and pay a visit to the Húsavík Museum. In general, winters in Húsavík are long, snowy, and windy, while summers are short, cloudy, and cold. July is the warmest month, while January is the coldest. May is considered to be the driest month and October the wettest.

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Siglufjörður is a tiny fishing village, lying at the far end of a breathtaking fjord in North Iceland’s Troll Peninsula. Encompassed by dramatic mountains, this town is rich in history and culture. Being the northernmost town of Iceland, this place offers excellent ‘Midnight Sun’ experience.

Lying in a spectacular fjord and overlooked by towering mountains, Siglufjörður brims with natural beauty. With more than 2,000 avians of around 18 species calling Siglufjörður home, the bountiful birdlife of this town make it even more appealing. The enchanting hiking trails and verdant vegetation also add to the charm of Siglufjörður.The important attractions of the town of Siglufjörður range from ski trails and pools to breweries and museums. The prime places of interest of Siglufjörður town include the Folk Music Center, the award winning Herring Era Museum, Kaffi Rauðka, Siglufjörður Marina Village, Siglufjörður Harbour, and the 9 hole golf course.

You can choose to enjoy a wide array of activities when in the town of Siglufjörður. You can go skiing in Skarðsdalur, sample some fresh beer at the legendary Segull 67 Brewery, shop for some handmade chocolates, and dine at the iconic Hannes Boy Restaurant. Siglufjörður enjoys a tundra climate with very low temperatures throughout the year. The warmest month is July, while the coolest is January.

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The largest town of southern Iceland, Selfoss is nestled on the banks of the picturesque Ölfusá river. Packed with abundant small industries, this town happens to be the commercial center of the country. Home to a myriad of historical buildings and observing a number of colourful festivals, Selfoss is said to be the cultural center of southwestern Iceland.

The unmatched beauty of the town of Selfoss is defined aptly by its cascading waterfalls, breathtaking hot water springs, and azure blue swimming pool. The quaint ancient villages with well-preserved houses also add to the unique charm of this town. You will never fall short of choices on your tour to Selfoss as this place will reward you with a myriad of attractions. The top places to visit in this town include the Selfoss Swimming Pool, Bobby Fischer Center, Selfosskirkja, Huppa Ice Cream Shop, Bíóhúsið Cinema, and Tryggvaskáli.

While you are in the town of Selfoss, you can plan to enjoy an extensive array of fun activities. You can sample exotic beers at Ölvisholt Brugghús, hangout with friends at Bókakaffið, relish street food at Vefjan, and go Northern Lights hunting. The climate of Selfoss is warm and temperate with a significant amount of rainfall all through the year.

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Skutustaoagigar in Iceland is a geological marvel, renowned for its expansive lava field and intriguing volcanic history. Formed by ancient eruptions, it stretches across stark landscapes, dotted with unique rock formations and moss-covered terrain. This area captivates visitors with its rugged beauty, offering a glimpse into Iceland's fiery past and the powerful forces that shape its natural wonders today.

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Akurey Island in Iceland is a secluded gem nestled in the scenic fjords of the country's northwest coast. Known for its rugged beauty and rich birdlife, it offers pristine hiking trails and stunning views of the surrounding ocean and mountains. The island's peaceful atmosphere and abundant wildlife make it a haven for nature lovers and adventurers alike.

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Barnafoss Waterfall, nestled in Iceland's rugged landscape, captivates with its raw beauty. Translating to "Children's Waterfall," it whispers tales of folklore. Legend has it, two children vanished while crossing a natural stone bridge, leading to its naming. Cascading turquoise waters contrast sharply against dark basalt rocks, creating a mesmerizing sight. Barnafoss stands as a testament to Iceland's enchanting natural wonders, beckoning adventurers worldwide.

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Djupalonssandur Beach, nestled along Iceland's western coast, enchants visitors with its rugged black sand, dramatic rock formations, and haunting shipwreck remnants. Steeped in history and folklore, this secluded beach offers a serene escape amidst the wild beauty of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

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Located in Iceland, Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach offers a unique experience where visitors can swim in a man-made lagoon filled with warm seawater, contrasting with the chilly ocean. It's a serene spot, perfect for relaxation and enjoying the stunning Icelandic coastal scenery.

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Nestled on Iceland's rugged coast, Geosea Geothermal Sea Baths offer a serene retreat amidst nature's grandeur. Embracing the island's volcanic legacy, these baths harness the Earth's warmth to create a rejuvenating oasis. As visitors soak in the mineral-rich waters, panoramic vistas of the North Atlantic unfold, merging relaxation with awe-inspiring scenery. Geosea beckons, inviting guests to immerse in Iceland's natural wonders.

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Deildartunguhver, nestled in Iceland's west, is Europe's most powerful hot spring, gushing over 180 liters of boiling water per second. Renowned for its geothermal might, it supplies heat to nearby towns and greenhouses, fostering agriculture in the region. Despite its steamy intensity, tourists flock to witness its raw power, adding to Iceland's unique natural allure.

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Friðheimar, nestled in the enchanting countryside of Iceland, is a unique destination where agriculture meets innovation. Specializing in tomato cultivation, this family-owned greenhouse offers immersive tours where visitors can witness sustainable farming practices firsthand. Guests can also indulge in delectable tomato-themed dishes at the on-site restaurant, making Friðheimar a delightful culinary and educational experience in the heart of Iceland's natural beauty.

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The breathtaking glacial lagoon of Jokulsarlon is one of the unique places to watch the Northern Lights in action. Lying to the southeast of Vatnajökull National Park, the ice boulders on the black sandy beach pick up and radiate the green and red glow of the Northern Lights, resulting in a photogenic kaleidoscopic effect.

With a depth of around 248 meters, Jokulsarlon happens to be the deepest lake in Iceland. Owing to climate change, this lake becomes bigger year after year. Surrounded by lush vegetation, glistening snow, and gigantic mountains, Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon attracts a heavy influx of tourists. With no urbanization in this region and unpolluted skies, the lake is known to be a hotspot for enjoying an uncompromised sighting of the Northern Lights. 

Jökulsárlón, southeastern Iceland

Best time to Visit:
June to August
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Fondly dubbed as the Home Islands, the Westman Island is the largest and most populated island off the Icelandic coast. Home to stunning shores and a teeming population of Arctic baby puffins, these islands are one of the best places to visit in Iceland for those keen on exploring the natural beauty of the archipelago. The Westman is home to two active volcanoes, which are regarded as major tourist spots here. Tourists at the island can try their hand at Spranga, the rock climbing sport local to Iceland, or navigate the cyan waters around the coast in a kayaking tour.

Location: Vestmannaeyjar, Arctic sea

Best time to visit: Between April and August, when the baby puffin population here is most visible

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One of the most famous places to visit in Iceland, the Golden Circle Route is known to be housing some incredibly stunning sites. Lying east of Reykjavik, the Golden Circle encompasses three important locations - Geysir area, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Thingvellir National Park. In general, it takes around 4 to 5 hours to cover this photogenic route and you are rewarded with breathtaking attractions, including thundering waterfalls, quaint villages, charming geysers, impressive historic sites, Icelandic horse farms, Lutheran churches, and dramatic cliffs.

Some of the top local landmarks that you can stop by on this world-famous route include the Golden Waterfall, Öxarárfoss waterfall, Strokkur Geysir, Langjökull glacier, North American plate, Almannagjá gorge, Fontana Geothermal Baths, Kerið Crater, Sólheimar, Skálholt, and Þjórsárdalur Valley. You can also find a host of elegant restaurants and cafes bordering the Golden Circle Route. Some of the best food joints on this route include Friðheimar Farm, Gallerí Laugarvatn, Kaffi Krús, Fjöruborðið, and Linden.

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One of the most beautiful wonders in the world, Blue Lagoon is the epitome of scenic beauty, pleasing ambiance, opulence, and indulgence. Its clear blue water is not only divine but is full of minerals that work magic for the skin. The scenery of azure water amidst the black lava fields and creeping grey moss is awe-strikingly beautiful and makes you fall in love with the surroundings.

The Blue Lagoon is located on the Reykjanes Peninsula and attracts tourists from across the world for its extremely wonderful skin-nourishing hot spring water and spas. The average temperature of its mystical water also remains at 39°C (102°F) all year round, offering a proper bathing environment. Although the Blue Lagoon is amongst the world’s 10 best natural spas, in reality, it is a man-made wonder that is not natural and was formed in 1976 close to Svartsengi geothermal power plant. The water of the lagoon is completely clean, free from harmful chemicals, and is rich in natural minerals and silica that are highly beneficial for people suffering from skin ailments like Psoriasis.

Another high point of the lagoon is that the water continually streams into the lagoon and gets renewed in 48 hours, making it completely clean. Nestled in the Reykjanes UNESCO Geopark, Blue Lagoon is close to the Keflavík International Airport and Reykjavík city center. It is advisable to book the Blue Lagoon package in advance as it is a hot favorite destination amongst tourists and allows only a limited number of visitors at a time. A café, restaurant, hotel, walking paths, tiny bridges, saunas, and a store selling Blue Lagoon’s luxury skin products are other highlights of this majestic lagoon.

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Set against the backdrop of icy mountains, the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is a goldmine when it comes to the natural wealth of Iceland. The conservation area was built to protect the indigenous flora and fauna of the islands, and is one of the best places to visit in Iceland for photographers and bird watchers alike. Arctic foxes and seals can be commonly spotted throughout the park, along with a number of birds. Several hiking trails snake their way through the Reserve’s rugged territory, inviting hiking enthusiasts to it throughout the year.

Location: Aðalstræti 10, Ísafjörður, Iceland

Best time to visit: June to July, when the weather is best for wildlife spotting and other outdoor sports

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Jökulsárlón: Stunning glacial lagoon in southeast Iceland, filled with floating icebergs from the Vatnajökull glacier. Surreal beauty, boat tours available, seals often seen lounging on ice. Must-visit for Iceland's natural wonders.

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Nestled along the serene shores of Skjálfandi Bay, Húsavík is a picturesque fishing town graced by Iceland's northern coast. Revered as the "Whale Watching Capital of Iceland," Húsavík offers a captivating blend of natural wonders and rich maritime heritage. Its pristine waters are a playground for majestic cetaceans, drawing enthusiasts from around the globe seeking glimpses of humpback, minke, and blue whales gliding gracefully beneath the Arctic sky.

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The black beaches in Iceland have an aura of mystery and are wildly romantic. With the enormous stacks of basalt, the stunning panoramas, and the roaring waves of the Atlantic, the Reynisfjara is one of the famous black sand beaches of Iceland. If you are wondering what makes the beaches black then you must know that black sand beaches rise from volcanic ashes.

Iceland being home to over 130 active volcanoes, these black volcanic beaches are certainly not a rarity here. The Breiðamerkursandur ice Diamond beach located by the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon is a sparkling beach with glistening icebergs sitting on the black sand. The minute you enter the lagoon you feel like you are entering a mystical locale that is surrounded by twinkling diamonds.

Sólheimasandur is another black beach of Iceland that houses a mysterious attraction in the form of a plane wreck. The Sólheimasandur beach lies very close to the Skogafoss waterfall and this promises to transport you to a natural wonderland. Located on the Icelandic coast’s southeastern part, the Stokksnes beach is another black beach that promises you breathtaking views of the Vestrahorn Mountains and a perfect landscape for amazing photographs. Another other-worldly beach sitting on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula’s tip is the Djúpalónssandur beach, which is a black pebble beach with the most fascinating volcanic rock formations.

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Its name literally translates to the ‘People’s Pool’, Landmannalaugar is one of the most uniquely beautiful tourist places in Iceland. Located within the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar is a sweeping area of frozen lava formed during the volcanic eruption of 1477. The rocks at the lava field can be seen reflecting the sun’s rays in shades of yellow, green, pink and blue, offering an ethereal sight. A number of geothermal pools litter the rocks at varying heights, offering a therapeutic dip to tourists. The area is also home to some of the most aesthetic hiking trails in Iceland, riddled with waterfalls, gorges and caves.

Fjallabak Nature Reserve

Best time to visit:
Between July and September, when the roads to the reserve are easily accessible

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One of the most prominent historical places to see in Iceland, the Thingvellir National Park was established on the 100th anniversary of Iceland’s parliamentary assembly. Riddled with high cliffs and deep gorges, the stunning National Park is known for its unparalleled beauty. The wildlife here consists of many arctic foxes and minks along with a large bird population. Tourists at the park can enjoy swimming and snorkeling at one of the many glacial rivers at the park. Fishing the park is also said to be a rewarding experience.

Thingvellir, 801 Selfoss, Iceland

Best time to visit:
Between May and October, when the trees at the park are in full bloom

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Nestled on the banks of the Ytri-Ranga, Hella is one of Iceland’s oldest towns. Initially home to Irish settlers, the town has gradually developed into a thriving tourist hub. The gushing Ytri-Ranga is an ideal spot for amateur fishing, although travellers at Hella can also partake in a number of other sports such as sledding and horse-riding.  Hiking is also a popular activity here, particularly at the hauntingly beautiful Hekla, the active volcano looking at a distance. Those interested in taking a hot spring dip could also make their way to the gorgeous Secret Lagoon located on the outskirts of Hella.

Rangárþing yatra

Best time to visit:
Between July to September, when the weather is pleasant

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Initially a small fishing village, the serene hamlet of Búðir is one of the best places in Iceland for those looking for a quiet vacation away from the city. Búðir is home to Búðahraun, the sweeping lava field that now serves as nature reserve here. Jet black lava rocks and windswept grasses cover the hamlet in all directions, adding to the beauty of the place. Other attractions here include the petite and picturesque church of Búðakirkja, known for its 17th century designs, and the gorgeous Bjarnarfoss waterfall.

Location: Snæfellsbær, Iceland

Best time to visit: Between June and September, when the weather is most pleasant here

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Experience serenity at Sky Lagoon in Kópavogur, Iceland, where geothermal waters meet stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. Relax in warm pools, enjoy rejuvenating spa treatments, and marvel at the Northern Lights dancing above. A true haven for tranquility seekers.

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Its name translating to ‘The Long Glacier’, the mighty Langjökull nestles on the Icelandic Highlands. One of the best places in Iceland for snowmobile safaris, Langjökull is home to some of the best high altitude hiking trails in the country. Near its highest peaks is a man made tunnel, offering a gorgeous drive tour into the interiors of the icy glacier. Home to several glacial lakes, Langjökull also forms a major part of The Golden Circle, which is Iceland’s most scenic tour route.

Location: Icelandic Highlands

Best time to visit: Between October to March, when the icy glacier appears most beautiful

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Located on the south eastern coast of Iceland, Höfn is a little fishing village. The little town is home to the base of the Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Iceland, and commands excellent views of the same. The Vatnajökull National Park is located in this area as well, making it one of the most popular tourist places in Iceland. The town is riddled with a number of stunning waterfalls and hot springs offering some splendid sights. The overabundance of lobsters in the waters of Höfn have led the town to be called the ‘Lobster Capital of Iceland’- in fact, Höfn also hosts an annual lobster festival in summer!

Hornafjörður, Iceland

Best time to visit:
  Between May and August, when the weather here is cool and pleasant

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Nestled within the Vatnajokull National Park, Skaftafell is an ideal camping area for those looking to scale Hvannadalshnjúkur, Iceland’s most daunting peak. Covered in windswept grasses and gorgeous landscapes, Skaftafell is one of the most beautiful Iceland attractions. One of the best ways to experience the beauty of the place is to spend a few days camping at the site here. There are several hiking trails meandering through the area as well, making it a popular destination for trekkers and hikers travelling to Iceland.

Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland

Best time to visit:
Between November and January, to enjoy winter sports here

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The Reykjavík Maritime Museum, situated on the scenic coastline of Iceland's capital city, offers a captivating journey through the nation's seafaring history. Housed in a historic fish-freezing plant, the museum provides a fascinating glimpse into Iceland's maritime heritage, which has been integral to its culture and economy for centuries.

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Rising to a height of about 200 meters above its surroundings, Maelifell is Iceland’s most prominent volcanic peak. The volcano was formed over 10,000 years ago, when the glaciers had retreated at the end of the Ice Age. Surrounded by pristine rivers and little glacial hills, the sight commanded by Maelifell is magnificent. In fact, the volcano stands out for its vivid green color in summer, which starkly contrasts against the deep black sand beaches that surround it, making it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Iceland.

Southern Iceland 

Best time to visit:
Between June and August, during the warmer summer months

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Tjörnes Peninsula, situated in northern Iceland, is a geological marvel characterized by dramatic cliffs, rugged coastlines, and volcanic landscapes.

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Nestled within an enclosed area of towering hilltops, the Askja Caldera is a prominent volcanic caldera in the Central Highland regions of Iceland. The milk-blue waters of the caldera, surrounded by green hills on all sides, is a dazzling sight to behold. The scenic hiking trail around the caldera is a popular tourist magnet here, making it one of the best tourist places in Iceland for trekking activities. Travellers visiting in summer can also take a quick dip in the warm waters here, providing the weather allows it.

Dyngjufjöll ranges

Best time to visit:
Between June and August, when the weather remains warm and dry

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Located within the Vatnajokull National Park, Dettifoss prides in its status as the second most powerful waterfall in Europe after the Rhine. Falling from a height of almost 144 feet above sea level, the waterfall attracts tourists to itself throughout the year. A powerful mist surrounds the waterfall on all sides, making it one of the most dazzling places to see in Ireland. A small observation platform before the falls offers fantastic front seat views to it. Several hiking trails snake their way across the falls, offering some splendid views of the area.

Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland 

Best time to visit:
Between May and August, when the roads to the waterfall remain accessible

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Sigoldufoss, a hidden gem in Iceland, features a series of cascading waterfalls set against a stunning volcanic landscape. Located in the highlands near Landmannalaugar, its turquoise waters and rugged beauty offer a serene escape. Ideal for nature enthusiasts, Sigoldufoss is a picturesque and tranquil destination.

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One of the most beautiful of Iceland attractions, the Kirkjufell Mountain nestles on the northern edge of the country’s Snæfellsnes peninsula. Known for its unique cylindrical shape, Kirkjufell is the country’s most photographed mountain. The climb to the top is fairly steep, but equally rewarding with its uninterrupted views of the surrounding glaciers and lakes. The unobstructed views to the sky offered by Kirkjufell also makes it best places in Iceland to watch the Northern lights from.

Snæfellsnes peninsula

Best time to visit:
Between May and August, when the Northern Lights are most frequent

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Myrdalsjokull Glacier, located near Reykjavik, Iceland, is a breathtaking natural wonder. Its icy expanse, surrounded by volcanic landscapes, mesmerizes visitors with its beauty and geological significance. This glacier, covering the powerful Katla volcano, offers a unique blend of ice and fire, making it a must-see attraction near Reykjavik.

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Located in the country capital Reykjavik, Hallgrímskirkja is the largest church in Iceland. The most popular religious tourist places in Ireland, Hallgrímskirkja is known for its expressionistic architectural designs. Inspired by the volcanoes in the country, the shape of the church resembles melting lava. The most eye catching feature here, however, is the 50 feet tall organ housed within the Church, made out of  5,275 reed pipes.

Location: Hallgrímstorg 1, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

Best time to visit: The Church can be visited throughout the year, with the visiting hours as follows:

Monday to Saturday: 11.00AM-04.00PM

Sunday: 10.00AM-04.00PM

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Falling on the Hvita River canyon, Gullfoss is one of Iceland’s most beloved waterfalls. The waterfall is separated into two different cascades, and appear as two separate falls from a distance. In the summer, when the river flow abounds, the flood rate of the falls increases manifold, creating a clear screen of milk blue water.

Location: Hvita River Canyon, Iceland

Best time to visit: Between May and August, when the rivers remain thawed and the falls can be experienced in all their glory

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Calling all adventure lovers to itself, Mount Esja is a beautiful mountain range in the northern side of Iceland. Rising to a height of about 900 meters above sea level, the mountain serves as one of the best trekking destinations in Iceland. Little rivers snake their way across the mountainside, adding to the charm of the place. The waters of these rivers are said to be clean enough to be drunk directly. The flat-topped mountain is also known for its stunning views of the glaciers, and is regarded as a great viewpoint for the Northern Lights.

Þverfellshorn ranges, Iceland

Best time to visit:
Between November and March, for winter treks

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Kringlan in Reykjavik, Iceland, isn't just any shopping mall – it's a bustling place full of things to do and see! Here's why people love it:

First off, there are lots of stores to check out. You can find everything from fancy clothes to cool Icelandic souvenirs. No matter what you're looking for, you'll probably find it at Kringlan.

And when you get hungry, there are plenty of places to eat. You can try traditional Icelandic food or go for something more international. There's food for everyone!

But that's not all – Kringlan has fun stuff to do too! You can watch a movie at the cinema, go bowling, or let the kids play at the indoor playground. There's never a dull moment at Kringlan!

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Strokkur is famous for its eruptions. Unlike some other geysers that erupt randomly, Strokkur goes off about every 5 to 10 minutes like clockwork. When it does, it shoots up water and steam super high into the air – sometimes as tall as a 30-story building! It's like watching nature's own fireworks show.

But it's not just the eruptions that make Strokkur cool. The area around it is also really interesting. There are hot springs bubbling up, steam rising from the ground, and colorful rocks all over the place. It feels like you're on another planet!

And the best part? Strokkur is easy to get to. It's just a short drive from Reykjavik, Iceland's capital city. Whether you're driving yourself or going on a tour, it's a quick trip that's totally worth it.

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Sigöldugljúfur, often referred to as the Valley of Tears, is a hidden gem in Iceland's Highlands. This stunning canyon is renowned for its dramatic landscape featuring vibrant blue and turquoise waterfalls cascading down moss-covered cliffs. Located near the Sigalda power station, the area is relatively remote, providing a tranquil escape for visitors. The juxtaposition of rugged terrain with the serene beauty of multiple waterfalls creates a mesmerizing natural spectacle. Accessible primarily during summer months due to harsh winter conditions, Sigöldugljúfur offers an unforgettable experience for hikers and nature enthusiasts seeking to explore Iceland's unspoiled wilderness.

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The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik showcases a fascinating collection of penile specimens from various mammals, providing a unique and educational experience about the diversity of genitalia.

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Námaskarð Geothermal Area in Iceland is an extraordinary place where you can witness the incredible power of nature up close. Situated in the northeastern part of Iceland, this area is filled with bubbling mud pots, steaming vents, and colorful mineral deposits that make it look like something out of a fantasy world.

As you approach Námaskarð, you'll notice a strong smell of sulfur in the air – a sign of the geothermal activity happening underground. Steam rises from the ground, creating a misty atmosphere that adds to the mysterious vibe of the place.

What's really cool about Námaskarð is the colorful minerals you'll see everywhere. From bright yellows to deep reds, the landscape is a patchwork of vibrant hues, all created by the interaction of minerals and hot water from below.

But it's not just about the colors – there's also a lot of action happening at Námaskarð. Mud pots bubble and churn, while steam vents hiss and release hot gases. It's like watching nature's own show, and it's pretty mesmerizing.

Even though Námaskarð might seem harsh, it's actually full of life. Microscopic organisms thrive here, showing just how resilient nature can be.

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Aurora Reykjavík, The Northern Lights Center, is a captivating showcase of Iceland's mesmerizing natural phenomenon. Located in Reykjavík, this interactive museum provides an immersive experience, offering insights into the science and folklore behind the Northern Lights. Through multimedia exhibits and simulations, visitors gain a deeper understanding of the auroras, making it an educational and enchanting destination for those fascinated by this celestial spectacle.

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Hraunfossar Waterfall in Iceland is a natural wonder that promises an unforgettable experience. Hraunfossar stands out for its unique appearance. Unlike traditional waterfalls that drop dramatically from cliffs, Hraunfossar flows gracefully out from beneath a lava field. This creates a mesmerizing sight of delicate water cascading over the rocky surface, making it a breathtaking spectacle to behold.

Beyond its stunning appearance, Hraunfossar is rich in geological history. The name "Hraunfossar" translates to "lava falls" in Icelandic, reflecting its origin from beneath a lava field formed by volcanic activity over a millennium ago. Visiting Hraunfossar offers not just a view of a waterfall, but a glimpse into the powerful forces of nature that have shaped Iceland's landscapes over centuries.

Moreover, the area surrounding Hraunfossar is equally captivating. Nearby, visitors can explore the captivating Barnafoss waterfall, adding to the allure of the visit. The combination of these natural wonders creates an immersive and awe-inspiring experience for all who venture to this part of Iceland.

Accessibility is another advantage of Hraunfossar. Situated just a short drive from Borgarnes, a town in western Iceland, reaching Hraunfossar is convenient for travelers. Whether you're driving independently or joining a guided tour, the journey to Hraunfossar is straightforward, ensuring that visitors of all ages and abilities can enjoy its beauty.

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Formerly known as ‘Cape Portland’ by seamen, Dyrhólaey is a small promontory located on the southern coast of Iceland. Offering staggering views of the Iceland coast, Dyrhólaey is often visited by tourists for its stunning views. A historic lighthouse dots the shore, flashing at the sea every few minutes. The most prominent attraction at Dyrhólaey, however, is its rock arch promenade, formed through erosion over several hundred years. The area is also scattered with wildlife like Eider ducks and Atlantic puffins, making it one of the best tourist places in Iceland for birdwatchers.

Location: 871 Vik, Iceland

Best time to visit: Between May and August, when the wildlife here is most abundant

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Haifoss, Iceland's second-highest waterfall, plunges 122 meters into a stunning canyon. Located near the volcano Hekla, it offers breathtaking views and a rugged hiking experience. The waterfall's remote, serene beauty, surrounded by lush landscapes and dramatic cliffs, makes it a must-visit for nature lovers and adventurers.

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People Also Ask About Iceland

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Iceland?

    1. Hornstrandir Nature Reserve: If you are in Iceland and wish to explore and experience the best of its natural bounty, the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is one of the best places to visit in Iceland. With open areas of lush forests and grasslands, it is home to the rare and elusive species of the Arctic Fox and is perfect for camping.

    2. Maelifell: The Maelifell Volcano makes a perfect addition to the places to visit in Iceland. Towering to heights of almost 800 metres above sea level, the volcano stands in its majestic glory in the North of the Icelandic ice caps in a desert of black sand.

    3. Kirkjufell- Making its popularity known by being the most photographed mountain in the country, the Kirkjufell mountain stands at a height of almost 500 metres above sea level and is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Iceland. The mountain is also famous for changing its colour throughout the year, offering a different shade every season.

    4. Askja- Askja is a caldera, or a volcanic crater surrounded by the pristine Dyngjufjöll mountains and is one of the top tourist places in Iceland. Over time, the aldera has been formed into a beautiful lake.
  2. Which are the best beaches in Iceland?

    1. Djupalonssandur- The Djupalonssandur beach makes for a subtle yet important addition to the tourist places in Iceland. It is primarily a black pebble beach in the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, and used to be the fishing site of a prolific community’ remnants of which are still visible.

    2. Raudasandur- Raudasandur is yet a beach that is often overlooked amongst the popular destinations, but is nevertheless one of the best places in Iceland. The beach owes its characteristic velvet colour and texture to the grinded scallop shells that constitute its top layer.

    3. Reynisfjara- The Reynisfjara beach is located in the Southern parts of the country, and is one of the best places in Iceland to spend your time at. It is a black pebble beach jutting out into the waters at irregular intervals, and is infamous for being a hazardous site.

    4. Sandvik- Nestling amongst two of the country’s many famous volcanic cliffs, the Sandvik is one of the best Iceland attractions, especially for ones interested in watersports. The black pebble beach apart from its natural beauty, is famous for its wild waters and gusty winds, making it a favourite spot for the surfing community.
  3. How much would a week in Iceland cost?

    A week’s stay in Iceland comes around 1,55,000 kr, which is roughly equivalent to 18,000 USD or 13,00,000 INR.
  4. What is special in Iceland?

    Fondly dubbed as the land of ‘ice and fire’, Iceland is a country where the active volcanoes and towering glacial mountains exist side by side. While the gorgeous black volcanoes here dominate the country’s skyline, the glaciers with its stunning lakes and icebergs add to the beauty of the place.
  5. What should I not miss in Iceland?

    Iceland’s beauty lies in its characteristic rocky terrains and mountain. When in Iceland, you should definitely make the most out of the volcanic craters open for tourist visits, and its black pebble beaches.
  6. Is Iceland expensive to visit?

    Being one of the top tourist destinations across the world, a trip to Iceland can be a bit heavy on the pockets. Having said that, there are definitely ways to cut spending and make your stay more economic, such as camping instead of booking a hotel. An average expenditure per day here is kr 21,957.
  7. What is famous in Iceland?

    Amongst the many beautiful things in the country, if one were to single out a single definitive attraction in Iceland, it would definitely be the Blue Lagoon. The site has been famously lauded by National Geographic to be amongst the 25 wonders of the world, characterised by its foamy and frothy waters surrounded by the black sands of a lava terrain.
  8. Which are the best places to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?

    1. þingvellir National Park: The dramatic panorama of moss & lava rock make þingvellir National Park an excellent backdrop for the Northern Lights. This place also has excellent accommodation options, where you can rest & wait for the Aurora Borealis.

    2. Öskjuhlíð: 
    Öskjuhlíð is a forested land, where you will see the glass-domed restaurant of Perlan. Perched atop a hill, far away from the city lights, Perland in Öskjuhlíð makes for an unparalleled site to view the Northern Lights.

    3. Grótta: 
    With a cold sky and negligible light pollution, the nature reserve of Grótta offers excellent Northern Lights sighting opportunities. The black sands & jagged coastline of Grótta make the place a popular attraction.

    4. Ásbyrgi Canyon: 
    Lying around 64km away from Skjálfandi, Ásbyrgi Canyon is a beautiful, far-flung site, where you can enjoy marveling at the Aurora Borealis. With its 100 meters high cliffs and a dense forest of willow, birch, & ash, this place offers an earthly & cosmic vibe.
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It was really the top and memorable place we had visited till now and we had a great time on this tour... Which is with no regret will always recommend this trip to everyone especially to all the traveller this is the best place you'll find so much amazing views with lots of natural scenics beauty everywhere... Really I am in love with the place each sightseeing we visited truly gave us surprises and good photos... The accommodations were great and the hotel staffs were very professional and helpful... We get to learn about the culture and history of the place which was very interesting... The picked-up and dropped-off were on time really all the arrangements exceeded our expectations. The visiting to volcanoes, waterfall, black sand beached and lava centre had made us excited... 10 days spent in Iceland was really a mind-blowing experience we had once in a lifetime...
I was thrilled with my trip, Not sure where to start but this trip we choose again this time with Thrillophilia was quite an interesting and exciting one...The trip was pre-planned way ahead of time to accommodate our vacation for the lasts 4 months before the date of travel while planning our trips they make sure and informed us everything with new ideas about the trip which we are happy with their plan...On this trip since our landing on this place, we were received by a professional and punctual driver...The trip went so smooth and we were guided by the professional who was helpful and great at rectifying situations...We had been looking out for the entire trip to make sure that we are comfortable with the trip we had and also that we discovered all the major attractions as per the planned decided...The place is truly breathtaking and has lots to see which was truly worth-seeing...The Self-drive trip was the best part of our trip being in a different country but still, we roam the place like a local that's the biggest expereince we had...Overall all the arrangements were taken care of nicely and we love everything provided to us...
The overall service provided by Thrillophilia was Excellent!!! Coordination of the overall trip in Iceland was superb and their choice of hotel was met with our expectation... The team were totally helpful and kept us informed at each step of the planning phase and keep in touch with us all the time... Local driver arranged for us was on time and courteous... The place is truly beautiful as all the places we covered were truly lovely and gave us stunning pictures with great background... We thoroughly love this trip... 14 days explored the place was more than enough for us
I was totally in love with this trip, It was so well-organized and well-executed, all arrangements were beyond our expectations, the place has natural beauty everywhere which gave us good pictures in life for a lifetime memory, All the sightseeing places were truly interesting and each sight simply wow us, I worked with Thrillophilia agents over several months and they remained very pleasant and kind throughout the entire process. I would highly recommend booking with Thrillophilia as they take care of everything and you get to enjoy your vacation...Thank you so much for everything will get back with your team
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Iceland is one amazing place to visit. I visited with my friends and it was an experience one could never forget. Would definitely visit with the team again, admirable work.
We booked this tour to Iceland and as we arrived the driver was waiting for us right there! Later as we traveled we got to know that Iceland has variety of places to visit like it has mountains, landscapes, seas everything. It has beautiful surroundings and nature. Also the accommodation and the staff there were really helpful and and friendly. Totally recommendable!
We booked this tour to Iceland.We being the nature freaks this tour is a blessing for us,as it included the mountains, wildlife. It included everything the pick-up and drop were done on time by the driver and the accommodation was really good. The tour guide had enough knowledge of the places which always made us more curious.
Visiting South & West Iceland that with a self-drive tour for the span of 8-days was such a great tour we had...It will be complicated and you should ideally book everything months in advance since it was a long tour and it took time to planned and put all together what you are looking for on the trip...Thrillophilia was helpful in securing everything we needed...The place we discovered was breathtaking like waterfalls, glaciers, national parks, and lots more...The pre-booked hotel and transport were exactly as we wanted...The team was service-minded...My friends and I had a great time at this place.....

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