Land of the Midnight Sun
Iceland is located just below the Arctic Circle, which means, summers come with 24 hours daylight from the month of May to July. During the summer solstice, the sun sets just after midnight and rises again just before 3 P.M. Look at how surreal it gets.
The Crystal Cave of Skaftafell
How often have you played Sigur Ros and wished you were experiencing the breathtaking views of glacial caves and places frozen in time. Check this serene Crystal Cave.
Where there is so much geothermal activities going on every day, there are bound to be natural hot springs. These hot springs are not just comfortable to take a dip in but are also full of rejuvenating properties that rid your body of all the tiredness, toxicity and filth you accumulate over the years living in a fast-paced city life.
There are literally tons of breathtaking waterfalls scattered all around the country. Chances are you will stumble upon tens of waterfalls in just one long drive across the landscape. Take a look at some of the most beautiful and out of this world waterfall in Iceland.
The Icelandic Horse
Horses in Iceland are small, almost the size of a pony. They are a beautiful sight against the surreal backdrop of Iceland.
The Arctic Fox
This beautifully majestic creature is completely white, that gives it a camouflage against snow landscapes.
When talking about Iceland, how can we forget the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis?
Yes, the famous Icelandic band that made heads turn with their Game of Thrones Soundtrack