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Home of snowy vistas and black-sand beaches, literary legends and a thriving contemporary art scene. The place to sink into geothermal lagoon spas, snowmobile across a lunar-like glacier, dive between tectonic plates or scramble behind Tolkien-esque waterfalls. Iceland is quite simply like nowhere else on earth. 

Spellbinding, heart-snaring scenery in this land of ice and fire.


  • Capital city: Reykjavik.
  • Currency: Icelandic Krona (in kr500, kr1000, kr2000, kr5000 and kr10,000 notes).
  • Cuisine: The Arctic seas mean fresh seafood is top of most menus in Iceland’s increasingly inventive restaurants. For breakfast try yoghurt-like Skyr, have gourmet hot dogs for snacks, and warming lamb stews at dinner.
  • Tipping etiquette: Not always expected, tips are nonetheless often appreciated in Iceland.
  • Saying hello: Similar in some ways to English, Icelanders say “Halló”.


If you’re picturing snowy adventures and long nights looking up for the Northern Lights, visit Iceland when it’s cold – between October and April. June to August brings all-day light, easier driving and lots of hiking opportunities. If you’d like a quiet getaway, try in between these two seasons. Your best chance of seeing puffins and whales will be during Iceland’s spring and summer.

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