Breathtaking and minimally populated Iceland, the country is known as the land of fire and ice with its geothermal pools, glaciers, and volcanoes. Meanwhile it has an unexplored cultural life famed for artists, poets and great thinkers. It's a splendid country of powerful landscapes and interesting, unique people.
Reykjavik is the worlds most northern capital, and although it is only home to a tiny population it is still a culturally buzzing place full of wild nightlife, creativity, and design. See the Reykjavík Art Museum and National Gallery, cutting edge small shops, and great culinary variety to get a feel for the city.
Top attractions to see in Iceland include the Volcano Hekla, the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, and Dyrhólaey. The latter being an enormous pillar of dark lava that arches into the sea and forms a peninsula from which you can gaze out at the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier and panoramic views of the coastline.
Thingvellir National Park is a must -see, home to the largest natural lake it's an excellent dive spot. Hike the Skaftafell Nature Reserve and admire its surreal landscapes, experience the healing powers of the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa, filled with seawater and known for curing skin conditions. Visit Húsey in summer when you can gallop along the beach and watch the sunset where the two glacial rivers cross into the sea.
For the midnight sun and warmer temperatures visit in summer.