Things to do in Iceland

Couch potatoes should probably give Iceland a miss. This is a place to embrace, elements and all, and Iceland's dramatic landscape can be explored in a huge number of ways. From ice trekking to Superjeep tours, to whale watching boat expeditions and riding on the country's extraordinary horses with their fifth gait, the ambling tölt, there are many things to do to keep even the most ambitious occupied. Oh, and make time for the salmon fishing, ice climbing, diving in a lakes between tectonic plates, caving, glacier trekking, snowmobiling AND helicopter tours:

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Superjeep and Snowmobile Tour

Europe > Iceland

The Golden Circle tour allows visitors to get in touch with some of Iceland’s most famous and exciting natural phenomena. Read more

Northern Lights in Iceland

Europe > Iceland

Iceland is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights, due in large part to the fact that, as one of the least densely populated places on the planet, light pollution is minimal. And for all you budding Dr Brian Coxes out there, here’s the science bit behind the lights: Auroral displays... Read more

Iceland Adventure

Europe > Iceland > Southern Iceland

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. Read more

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