Iceland is a deception to its name. Iceland is a land of enchantment. A country of volcanos, fjords, hot springs, and all you can drink bars. A very apt nickname is given to Iceland as “The Lands Of Fire And Ice.”

Europe’s largest glaciers can be found in Iceland. The geological position of Iceland is an interesting one. Sometimes there can be a 24- sunshine, and somedays can only be a few hours of daylight. Iceland is a natural wonder where you can experience Heaven from up close.

The Blue Lagoon

This hot spring has healing minerals and a surreal landscape. The lagoon is situated near Reykjanes Peninsula. Tourists can take the pleasure of in-water massages and tours of nearby areas.

Gullfoss Waterfall

Situated in south-western Iceland, the Gulfoss Waterfall cascades over steps before the steep fall into the Icelandic subterrane. Tourists can see rainbows forming over the waterfall and it is a favorite spot for hikers.

Myrdalsjokull Glacier Park

Spreading upto hundreds of square kilometers the Myrdalsjokull Glacier Park is famous for its scenic out of this world appearance. Guided hiking is the most preferred way of visiting the Myrdalsjokull Glacier Park.

Maelifell Volcano

You can reach the volcano by car. The volcano last erupted about ten thousand years ago. The volcano appears green because it is covered by a sheet of moss called Grimmia. As you can see the Volcano is surrounded by waterfalls and it is an amazing sunset point to visit.