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Travel Guide 

Welcome to Iceland, a land of stunning natural beauty and unique cultural experiences. From the rugged coastlines and majestic glaciers to the hot springs and geothermal pools, Iceland is truly an unforgettable destination for any traveler. Whether you're looking for adventure or relaxation, there's something here for everyone! So come explore all that Iceland has to offer - you won't be disappointed!

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Places to know in Iceland

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1. Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

2. Blue Lagoon

3. Grotta Island Lighthouse for Northern Lights Viewing

4. Gullfoss Waterfall

5. Fagradalsfjall Volcano

6. Landmannalauger
Natural Reserve

7. Vik

8. Skaftafell

9. Jokulsarlon (Diamond Beach)

10. Egilsstadir

11. Lake Myvatn

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June through August

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Visiting Iceland? Keep These in Mind

Iceland, “The Land of Fire and Ice”, is a gorgeous, mountainous island nation that is known for its volcanoes and glaciers alike. The country is easy to navigate as a self-drive experience, so consider some of the following highlights from the various regions for your next summer vacation to Iceland. Take advantage of their midnight sun to enjoy the history, traditions and culture that still run deep with Icelanders.

Capital Region

In Reykjavik, enjoy an afternoon of the best sights like the Hallgrímskirkja Church and Leif Ericson statue. In summer’s shoulder months of May and August, consider a trip out to the Grótta Nature Reserve on the tip of the Seltjarnarnes Peninsula for a great viewing opportunity of the Northern Lights.

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Westfjords Region

You are in luck with a summer vacation to Iceland as the Westfjords are only accessible between May and October. But the extra time to visit this region is worth it. Check out the Drangajökull glacier and the hidden gem of the pink sand beach Rauðasandur.

Southern Region

Follow the Golden Circle sightseeing route with three natural attractions - the Geysir Geothermal Area, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Thingvellir National Park.

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Southern Peninsula

Finish out your vacation with trips to the Blue Lagoon, a luxury spa and hot spring, and the Fagradalsfjall Volcano that recently erupted in March 2021 after lying dormant for about 6,000 years.

You won’t be disappointed by the natural wonders you will see and experience along the way.

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