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Iceland is a destination that has been on the rise for several years now, as more and more people become aware of its natural beauty and untamed wild landscapes. Even though it is a relatively small island, the fact that there is so much to see means that you may need more than one trip to experience it all.

The area around Reykjavik is popular with travellers that want to mix metropolitan sights with natural wonders and also puts you in touching distance of the country’s most famous thermal spa, the Blue Lagoon. A tour of this region is also likely to include the Golden Circle. This popular route takes adventures through the stunning Thingvellir National Park, to the edge of the mighty Gullfoss waterfall and to the geyser after which all other geysers are named.

Travel further north and things take a turn for the wild. Volcanoes, waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs and rugged coastal landscapes can be found at every turn, as you travel to some of the most remote parts of the island. These isolated points are also perfect for witnessing something that every visitor to Iceland hopes they will see, the Northern Lights. We have tours that focus predominantly on tracking down this magical light show, with dedicated evening excursions taking place.

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