Iceland

Iceland Waterfall Bucket List
the northern lights, Iceland is a country with fire and ice co-exist. You'll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon.

Full of sharp contrasts and dramatic landscapes such as the northern lights, Iceland is a country with fire and ice co-exist. You’ll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon. You can take a tour through a lava field, into ice caves, or hidden treasures.

Take a hiking tour along one of the massive ice glaciers found in the Snæfellsjökull and Vatnajökull national parks. The capital Reykjavik is home to the majority of the country’s population, powered by geothermal energy. Iceland has an exciting Viking history that you can learn about in one of the capital’s many museums.

Full of sharp contrasts and dramatic landscapes such as the northern lights, Iceland is a country with fire and ice co-exist. You'll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon.
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Best Time to Visit Iceland

Plan your trip according to what activities you want to do. Check out my post on The Best Time to Visit Iceland for more details.

Iceland's black sand beach is covered in pieces of ice glittering like diamonds.

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Full of sharp contrasts and dramatic landscapes such as the northern lights, Iceland is a country with fire and ice co-exist. You'll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Language: Gaelic was the native language of many early Icelanders. Today Icelandic is the official language of Iceland.

Currency: The currency in Iceland is the Icelandic Króna

Credit Cards and ATMs: Cards are preferred at almost all locations in Iceland including gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants, and hotels. I would recommend carrying a small amount of cash to tip your tour guides.

Plugs: The plugs in Iceland are types C and F. The standard voltage is between 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50Hz. I recommend buying a universal adapter and using a converter for hairdryers and hot tools.

Safety: Overall Iceland is a very safe country. You may come across petty crime if you’re not careful as is true in many countries.

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When is the best time to visit Iceland? Well, that depends on what you would like to see and what activities you want to do. Full of sharp contrasts and dramatic landscapes such as the northern lights. You'll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon. You can take a tour through a lava field, into ice caves, or hidden treasures.

When is the best time to visit Iceland?

When is the best time to visit Iceland? Well, that depends on what you would like to see and what activities you want to do. Full of sharp contrasts and dramatic landscapes such as the northern lights. You’ll find volcanoes, geysers, and several hot springs, including the famous Blue Lagoon.
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