Are you looking for new adventures? If you are like me and love new experiences and nature locations, Iceland is your country.
It’s on the top of my bucket list destinations and I’m counting the days to planning a trip to Iceland.
In this post I will show why I want to visit Iceland, what to do there and what experiences you can’t miss. Would you like to see the northern lights or swim at the blue lagoon? Keep reading!
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Top 5 Things to do in Iceland
See The Northern Lights
Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see The Northern Lights. You have to visit Iceland in the darkests months with clear skies. Best time to see them is from September to April.
To have the best chances to see the Northerl Lights it’s recommended to stay a minimum of seven nights in Iceland. The longer time you spend in the country, the higher your chances are of seeing them.
Bathing in the Blue Lagoon
This geothermal spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík, southwestern Iceland, 50 minute drive from Reykjavík. t’s been said that the Blue Lagoon has healing powers and that’s why people go there to have a relaxing day.
Almost every traveler who visit Iceland go to this famous lagoon. If you like heat, you will love the feeling of warm body and cold head! I won’t miss it!
Go on an Iceland road trip
First of all tell you that Iceland is a very easy country to drive through. You can visit almost the whole country with a rental car crossing the famous Ring Road.
When you rent your car, don’t forget to buy a protection service like RentalCover for your car that will ensure you against unforeseen events like costly damages, theft, lost keys or flat tires. Better be safe than sorry!
I prefer exploring on my own as it gives me more freedom. So an Iceland road trip is perfect!
Don’t forget to include insurance as some roads are very damaged. It never hurts to be well covered just in case.
Explore Iceland’s nature
Iceland is full of breathtaking landscapes and you will need to have your camera ready all the time!
If I have to choose a natural wonder (northern lights doesn’t count) I will pick the Southern Iceland waterfalls. Gullfoss is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland but you must explore the island and visit others like Seljalandfoss, Skogafoss or Svartifoss. You won’t be disappointed!
Visit Reykjavík Cathedral
Hallgrímskirkja church is one of the main attractions in Iceland and one of the must things to do in Reykjavik. It is located at Austurvöllur, next to the parliament house.
Do you know that its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city?
If you want to explore the city, don’t miss these free things to do in Reykjavik.
Planning a trip to Iceland
Are you planning to visit this amazing country? What are your top things to do in Iceland?
Photos by the Iceland Tourism.
I was asked to write about my Iceland Wishlist by Guide to Iceland, but all opinions and views are my own.