Iceland is quite unlike anywhere else. Isolated in the far North Atlantic, the country feels incredibly remote, yet is barely three hours flying time from London.

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Key Stats

Best Time To Visit

Dec - Jan

Flight from London London

3:00 hrs

Time Difference


Reykjavik is the world's most northerly capital, and a vibrant, cosmopolitan city despite its small size. With boutique hotels, excellent restaurants and notoriously good (all) nightlife, it's a fantastic city break in its own right.

The real selling point of Iceland, however, is the desolate beauty of its wild landscapes. The forces of nature that have defined this young island are still very active - volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, mighty rivers and waterfalls continue to shape the landscape. Pristine landscapes of fjord, mountain, glacier, and moss-covered lava fields still dominate most of the island.

Snaefellsnes is one such area - a starkly beautiful peninsula jutting into the North Atlantic on Iceland's western coast. We love the Hotel Budir here; ideal for a windswept romantic retreat, and for adventure activities and whale-watching too.

Iceland offers a huge range of outdoor activities from fishing for sea trout or river salmon, horse riding, sea kayaking, whale-watching, hiking or snowmobiling on the glacier-topped volcano that dominates the tip of the peninsula. Iceland is the perfect destination for an adventure holiday.


Where to stay

Hotel Ranga

Hotel Ranga

Hotel Rangá is a comfortable hotel built in a log-cabin style set on the banks of the Eystri-Rangá river.

ION Luxury Adventure Hotel

ION Luxury Adventure Hotel

Located on the edge of Thingvellir National Park at the foot of Mount Hengill, the hip ION Luxury Adventure Hotel is where luxury meets exploration.

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Kate L and Victoria are our Southern Iceland experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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