Iceland at a glance

Embarking on a journey to Iceland is akin to venturing into outer space. It's a country where history converges with the present, and the dominion of Mother Nature reigns supreme. In certain places, magma simmers beneath the Earth's surface, while in others, centuries-old glaciers await. As the 'Land of Fire and Ice,' it's only fitting to arm yourself with a reliable Iceland travel guide to explore its dual facets. Discover the ethereal ice caves of Vatnajokull, the solitary icebergs adorning Diamond Beach, and the formidable Langjokull glacier ('Long Glacier') in Iceland's Highlands. Should the chill set in, Earth's natural heaters, embodied by the multicolored Kerid volcano or the crater-studded landscape of Laki, are more than up to the task. Our Iceland guide will also lead you to whale watching in the north, standing in awe beside geysers propelling water 460ft into the air, marvelling at rainbows at Gullfoss waterfall, and indulging in the rejuvenating hot springs of the Blue Lagoon. Pack some sturdy walking boots and a sense of adventure and prepare to be mesmerised by Mother Nature's marvels.

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All of the holidays we create are completely tailor-made to you. The sample itineraries below are intended to give you a flavour of what we can do.

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