Iceland: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar gives you all the info you need to explore the island of fire and ice like a pro. Learn some basics about the country, including what you have to do & see once you arrive, when it’s best to travel and which food & drinks you definitely need to enjoy throughout your journey.
Iceland has something for every traveller, no matter if you’re looking to relax or channel your inner thrill seeker. If you want to chill out then you must visit Blue Lagoon, the ultimate geothermal spa in the country, located in a lava field in Grindavik. Of course, there’s plenty of natural springs scattered throughout the country, many along the Reykjanes Peninsula. The rich minerals will leave your skin feeling brand new. Once you’re relaxed and ready for an adventure you’ll want to add a few hiking trails to your list of must-have experiences. Take a walk through Thingvellier National Park or the Latrabjarg Cliffs, go river rafting down Hvita River, snorkel through the Silfra ravine or even kayak between fjords in Ísafjörðu.
Travelling along Iceland’s Ring Road (which covers the entire circumference of the country) will allow you to cross off these essential Icelandic bucket list items with ease. Booking a tour will ensure your trip is fun, flawless and stress-free:
Remember to pack your waterproof hiking boots, waterproof rain jacket, swimsuit, flip flops, thin gloves, hiking socks, sunglasses, and a camera with extra batteries.
Iceland’s currency is the Icelandic krona. The country is a mostly cashless society so don’t hesitate to back your debit and credit cards as they are likely to be accepted everywhere. Alcohol and restaurant meals can be more expensive than one might anticipate so bring enough cash to accommodate your needs.
Iceland, the land of fire and ice, exists on a remote island between Norway and Greenland and boasts a modest population of just over 300,000 people. You’ll soon discover that there are plenty of reasons to make your next vacation an Icelandic one.
Roughly 10% of the country’s surface is covered by glaciers and there are 130 volcanoes spread throughout, 18 of which have erupted since the settlement of Iceland 1100 years ago. Nearly 60% of the nation’s entire population live in the capital city of Reykjavik and those who do not are scattered sparsely throughout its rural countryside.
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