From the popular Golden Circle to the remote Kerlingarfjöll tucked in the uninhabited highland, Iceland boasts a wide range of landscape and natural wonders. Come close to to feel the spray of Skogafoss waterfall, countdown to the next eruption of Strokkur geysir, be stunned by the beauty of icebergs flowing through Jökulsarlon glacier lagoon, or even take on a super jeep adventure crossing glacial streams and bathe in a geothermal river in Landmannalaugar.
The mesmerizing aurora borealis (northern lights) never ceases to amaze, sometimes it’s a sweeping curtain of green, sometimes we see even purple and red crowning the cloudless sky. Come on the hunt with one of our professional guides during the winter months from September to March.
In addition to glacier walk and snowmobiling that bring you up close and personal to glaciers, one can be exhilarated to snorkel through the fissure between the North-American and Eurasian tectonic plates that are ever drifting apart. In the summer months, paddle your way on a kayak among floating icebergs in glacier lagoons, or make your way down inside a dormant volcano with professional guides.
Iceland is a wonderland for nature lovers. Situated in the middle of the Atlantic, whales and seals swim by and make appearances. Flocks of puffins also come for a visit over the summer months. Our hardy and friendly Icelandic horses stay outside year round, some may even be ready for interactions!