Breathtaking natural phenomena and spell-binding landscapes characterise this captivating country.
Ancient legend and compelling sagas have long marked Iceland as a place of bewitching beauty and ethereal natural landscapes. Ribbons of light dance across the night sky as the aurora borealis (Northern Lights) put on a show to captivate the audience below while out among the towering peaks, tumbling falls cascade in a soothing rush into glistening sapphire lakes and black sand beaches sit beautifully marred by the country's volcanic past.
- See the Northern Lights – one of nature's most captivating shows
- Bathe in the rejuvenating waters of the Blue Lagoon
- Walk across the flat ice of the Sólheimajökull glacier
- Discover the natural wonders of the Golden Circle
- Admire towering waterfalls, including Gullfoss and Seljalandsfoss
Best time to visit Iceland
If you're eager to see the northern lights, October-February is the best time of year to visit, with shorter daylight hours.