Iceland is magical! It’s a unique experience.
Iceland’s east coast is not only home to the country’s largest forest, but also to lush farmlands, a range of fjords, a variety of fishing villages and vibrant communities. It is here that artists and young people from around Iceland and abroad gather during summer to enjoy art and music festivals. In the southeast, the Vatnajökull Glacier—Europe’s largest—is an imposing, spectacular sight.
In order to discover some of the most geologically diverse regions of Iceland, one has to travel to the West. With a wealth of natural wonders ranging from fjords, valleys, craters, volcanoes, glaciers and majestic waterfalls to a variety of flora and wildlife, west Iceland is a world where culture, nature and history complement each other.
Iceland’s south is blessed with a naturally beautiful coastline dotted with towns and villages famous for their fresh seafood. It’s here that you discover Iceland’s most visited tourist attractions. The famous Golden Circle route connects Þingvellir, Gullfoss and Geysir, all very popular with visitors. From wonderful waterfalls, to great glaciers, to the scenic lagoon, indeed the South has it all!
Icelanders enjoys crystal-pure air and hot water is brought into all households straight from the earth’s volcanic bowels. Here, life expectancy for men is the highest in the world, and not far behind for women. In terms of education, health and wealth, Icelanders are sitting amongst the top in the world. Icelanders are also considered the happiest people on earth. Interestingly enough, the country also has one of the highest ratio of mobile telephones to population; an ever-expanding banking system and a thriving export business.