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Facts about Iceland
1.Mesmerizing eye-popping landscapes. 2.Energizing cultural life, handicrafts, green thinking and locavore cuisine. 3.Lovely Icelanders – known for utmost hospitality. 4.Geothermal lagoons, glittering Glaciers and volcanoes. 5.Land of artists, authors, and musicians – well complemented by the lovely surroundings.
Iceland’s Major Attractions
Though surrounded by black lava field covered with snow and ice, this is the only place in the world that offers a perfect 38 degree Celsius all round the year. Like Eiffel Tower which is considered the face of Paris, Blue Lagoon is considered the symbol of Iceland. It gets its crystal clear warm water from the Svartsengi Geothermal Power plant; it is interesting to note that here, water supply comprises of 70% sea water and 30% fresh water, rich in mineral salts and green algae, that serves as an exfoliate for the human skin.
These eye-catching waterfalls are one of the most popular attractions in Iceland. The Gulfoss waterfalls flow with the Pingvellir river and the geysers of Haukadalur and forms “The Golden Circle”. In fact, the most common day trips from the Capital are made usually for the Gulfoss Waterfalls.
The Northern Lights
The northern lights are a spectacular piece of natural phenomenon and can only be witnessed in winters; best in September and March. Though these lights can be witnessed throughout the Hemisphere, people usually tend to choose Iceland; this is so because its spectacular landscape takes a surreal form under the northern lights, and one must note such unparalleled experiences certainly comes under ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ category.
Reykjavik is a blend of colorful buildings, energetic people, unbelievable building designs, and an extensively wild nightlife. Though it is basically famous for its nightlife, it also encloses two major attractions of Iceland, namely Hallgrimskirkja Church and the Perlan’ rotating Glass dome, both offering sweeping views of the beautiful sea, its turquoise water, and the nearby spectacular hills.
Hornstrandir Nature Reserve
Hornstrandir is comprised of precipitous mountains, dangerous sea cliffs and plunging waterfalls; everything verges on the realms of magnificence and beauty. The best time to visit this place is in July when the summer season ends. For safety purposes, it is mandatory to hire a ranger if any traveler plans to visit this place before July.
Iceland is so perfectly crafted with magnificent landscapes that it appear to be engineered, but indeed is natural. Plan a trip to Iceland and savor its beauty with your own eyes and cherish the natural beauty to the fullest in a rental car.