Iceland by Fran ParnellDiscover Iceland
Test the echo while swimming in warm blue waters inside a Volcano at Viti crater.
Play the wild thing and join the runtur, a mad pub-crawl around Reykjaviks progressive nightlife.
Break the silence as you roar across Vatnajokull icecap on a snowmobile.
See the fjords in a new light on a guided midnight kayaking tour.
In This Guide:
Two expert authors and over 800 hours of on-the-ground research.
New inspirational itineraries for chasing the northern lights or finding a summer spot to whitewater raft.
Get an Icelanders perspective on immigration, religion and the current music scene in an all-new Culture chapter.
Iceland Travel Guide
Iceland is the perfect destination for a seasoned traveler, a first-time solo traveler , or an adventurous family looking to road trip around the island. With friendly locals, stunning scenery, tons of adventure, and a lively tourism scene, you should experience Iceland at least once in your lifetime. There is no shortage of adventure in Iceland! The best time to travel to Iceland all depends on what you want to do. The summer months of June to August are one of the busiest periods for Iceland. It is the most expensive time to visit, so be sure to book your flights and accommodation in advance.
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I'm looking for a really good guide book for Iceland obviously. We are staying in Reykjavik , and my husband will be a conference until noon on most days. We will have after 1PM available for whatever. We have a 5 year old and am looking for things to do that are age appropriate for him. I know Guide to Iceland have them in their office on Laugavegur 12 in central Reykjavik , it is a pretty good guide book.
Given the stunning natural beauty of Iceland, not to mention the friendliness of its , citizens, it should not come as a surprise that tourism has increased by more than 20 percent every year since and last year, the number of tourists visiting the country was more than six times its total population. Here's how to make the most of a trip to this land of magic literally— more than half of the population believes in elves. Iceland's most famous tourist destination is also one of its more luxurious activities. It's one of the largest structures in Iceland , and the perspective it offers is like nothing else around. Walking tours that include tower admission are also available. Iceland's second-largest glacier, Langjokull, offers one of the most unique tourist attractions in the world: a man-made cave with tunnels that reach 1, feet into the ice.