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Strewn with jagged black lava rocks, an eerily desolate landscape forms a dramatic backdrop for the motionless waters of the Blue Lagoon. Situated upon an isolated lava field in southwestern Iceland, this spectacular geothermal spa has rapidly become one..
Housing a diminutive population of just over 131,000 residents, Iceland’s vibrant capital is one of the smallest cities in the world. However, Reykjavik’s sizeable reputation as an epicentre for cultural, gastronomical and natural delights has firmly...
A hypnotic spectacle of turquoise bands and dusty pink ribbons illuminate the night sky during a dazzling exhibition of the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis. A truly awe-inspiring natural phenomenon, Iceland’s vast basalt landscape...
One of the most popular attractions in Iceland, the Gullfoss Waterfalls showcase the natural grandeur of this location. Accompanying Thingvellir and the Geysers of Haukadalur, the glacial waters of Gullfoss Falls constitute a third of the Golden Circle...