Small on the map and enormous in person, Iceland barely feels like Earth at all.
Isolated in the frigid North Atlantic and forged through centuries of volcanic upheaval and tectonic shifting, Iceland is staggering to look at and otherworldly to explore. The outdoors provide all the locations you need: towering mountain, massive glaciers scraping the earth, ice fields beyond the horizon, amazing landscapes and gorgeous fjords. Old farmhouses, small colorfull fishing villages and magical winderness.
Icelands natural wonders and vibrant culture can be captured year round – from summer under the midnight sun to winter in the glow of the northern light.
Iceland has nature unlike that found anywhere else in the world, and still it’s a quiet solitary kind of place. Its an island characterised by its mystic qualities and sweeping silence.
Summertime can offer 21 hours of daylight, with the sun rising as early as 2:55am near the end of June and setting just before midnight – all through to August. And despite its name, Iceland doesn’t get unbearably cold.