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The world's largest volcanic island in the North Atlantic fascinates with its incredible diversity and untamed nature. Iceland is an exciting destination for the traveler on the ring road as well for the adventurous who wants to explore in an off-road vehicle. The countless waterfalls roar and rush over the moss-covered rocks, the solfatara springs hiss out of the hot earth, and icebergs calve into the glacier lagoon from the majestic Vatnajökull glacier. 

Don’t forget to plan a visit to Reykjavík: An international capital with the remaining charm of a small town. Colorful houses dominate the picture, cozy cafés invite you to linger, and it also has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine. It is worth combining a city trip with the Golden Circle and a visit to the famous Blue Lagoon.

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The chances of whale sightings in Iceland are exceptionally high from June to August. Up to eight different whale species can be spotted. In the north, around Husavik and the Snaefellsnes peninsula in the west, is the area with the most frequent opportunity to see the largest mammals.

Whale watching


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Scandinavian glass cabin igloo in viking style with that little extra bit of luxury. Wonderful scenery and panorama views out of your super comfortable bed or private hot tub.

Built on an 800-year-old lava flow just a 20-minute drive from Keflavik Airport, the Retreat Hotel—which just opened in April 2018—is an ideal first or last stop on a trip through Iceland. Thanks to sophisticated design collaboration between Basalt Architects and Design Group Italia

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