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Iceland is a country of dramatic landscapes with glaciers and thundering waterfalls. The colours of the Northern Lights dance across the sky, a land of volcanoes and lava fields, a place of natural beauty that has been left almost entirely untamed.

This is the land of Fire and Ice where natural wonders are not in short supply. First, hike to Fagradalsfjall volcano in Geldingadalur. Then finish your day at the Blue Lagoon, a vast geothermal hot tub.

Soak up the cosmopolitan charm of the world’s northernmost capital, Reykjavík or take advantage of the 24-hour daylight in the summer when you see the magnificent cascades of Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. 
The perfect place to witness the epic Northern Lights ( Aurora Borealis), one of the earth’s most jaw-dropping natural phenomena.

This fantastic island is not just limited to the scenery. It is an excellent destination for wildlife watching, such as spotting whales and dolphins off the coast or going in search of seabird colonies or the elusive Arctic fox.
A place to reawaken your senses, Iceland is nothing short of spectacular.

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Connect with Nature

A thrilling experience, hike to one of Iceland’s glaciers, Langjӧkull, where you can enjoy the views of the vast icefield before exploring the bright blue ice tunnels. Then head over to Hveravellir Nature Reserve, where you can hike through lava fields or simply relax in the natural hot springs.


Spend the day exploring the mountains on the back of a snowmobile. Take in the incredible views of the Troll Peninsula as you speed across the snow. A real thrill awaits. 

Aurora Borealis

Grab the chance to witness one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, the Northern Lights. Stay in your own wilderness cabin and sit outside looking up to the sky, sipping champagne.

Hotel Rangá

The perfect getaway retreat, by the salmon-rich East Rangá river, for a total luxury experience. Here you can gaze at the stars from the hotel’s private observatory and, if you are lucky, have your own personal Northern Lights show. 

Hotel Húsafell

The perfect place to discover Iceland’s fjords, volcanoes, waterfalls, and glaciers and then return to this beautiful hotel to relax. Rooms boast paintings and sculptures by Icelandic artist and sculptor Páll Guðmundsson. The restaurant has seasonal menus using local ingredients. The views are stunning.

Sigló Hótel 

With window seats to soak up the beautiful views of the serene surrounding mountains and marina, this stylish hotel is the place to stay. You can relax in the hotel’s marina-facing hot tub or dine in their restaurant enjoying classic Icelandic cuisine. 

A Night Under Canvas

A once-in-a-lifetime experience, your private luxury heated camp gives you the chance to be close up with nature.

The camp is set up before your arrival with separate living and sleeping tents and a Finnish sauna. A private chef will prepare gourmet cuisine, providing a truly romantic, unforgettable experience. 

Watch Volcanoes Erupting

Lace up your walking boots and wrap up warm to visit Hekla volcano. The sheer size of the volcano is awe-inspiring and it's said to be one of Iceland's more active volcanoes. So stick around, you might see some action!

Exploring on Horseback

Enjoy the gentle pace and peacefulness of your surroundings, the perfect way to witness this genuinely beautiful country.

Soak in Mineral Pools

Indulge bathing in mineral-rich waters and spend time in the underground spa with lava-walled steam room and sauna. The perfect place to unwind.

Whale Watching

Whale watching is a must; get up close in a small powerboat and spot the various seabirds, Arctic terns, guillemots and even the colourfully billed puffin. 

Minke whales are the most common whale seen from the shores of Iceland. They typically migrate throughout summer, but some do linger around in the winter too, despite the colder water temperatures.

You might be lucky enough to see humpback whales, orcas, pilot whales and of course, plenty of dolphins and porpoises. 

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When to visit

Summer: Road trips & epic scenery
Winter: Winter activities & the Northern Lights

Travel Time

London → Keflavík Airport (KEF)

3 hours 10 minutes

Direct flights to Reykjavík from various UK cities.


July & August are the warmest months to visit Iceland. June has 24 hours of daylight, whereas January is much colder with shorter days.

The average temperature in summer: 16 degrees
The average temperature in winter: 3 degrees

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