Looking for things to do in Iceland? From striking glaciers to mesmerizing geysers, here you will find all the best Iceland has to offer.
For your convenience, we have narrowed it down to top 10 things to do in all parts of Iceland. You'll find information about our hotels in the area and we also offer customized Self Drive Tours to help with the planning!
Though this part of Iceland is sparsely populated, several of its most impressive locations have featured in HBO’s popular TV series Game of Thrones and consequently caught the imagination of the world at large.
South Iceland is probably the most traveled part of the country. Highlights of the south which may sound familiar include the majestic Vatnajökull Glacier, the captivating Golden Circle and the mighty Eyjafjallajökull Volcano which grounded European air traffic for days when it erupted in 2010.
While situated geographically close to Reykjavik, West Iceland – also known as Vesturland – offers a very different view of the country, compared to the stylish cityscape of the capital. Here you'll find the best things to do in West Iceland.
The city's main landmark, Hallgrímskirkja church, the National and Saga museums and the geothermal Blue Lagoon are only a few points of interest in our beautiful capital. With stunning nature in such close proximity to the buzzing city, it's not a question if but for how long.