ICELAND

Iceland is an untamed land in the rim of the Arctic Circle, conquered by the wind, fire, waterfalls and geysers. You will witness unique natural wonders like the Aurora Borealis, magnificent lights that dance in the dark sky; black volcanic rock and the red hot lava fields that contrast with glacial lakes and the aquamarine of the Blue Lagoon and steaming geysers. In the vibrant cafes and bars of Reykjavik, Iceland’s hip capital, you will delight with luxurious pastries while listening to the locals talk of the mythical Elves believed to cause spectacular phenomena.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in Iceland who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

ICELAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Husky led across the Lowlands

Watch Iceland’s unique geology come to life in front of your eyes as you are led by beautiful husky dogs across the lowlands.

Climb into a Volcano

Take a sight of a dormant volcano from a thrilling helicopter flight that will leave you at the top. Then let a specialist guide you to the abyss of the volcano and discover the magnificent colors of the sleeping lava and rocks.

Relax in a Blue Lagoon

Indulge your body with a natural bath in these thermal hot waters infused with minerals that will leave your skin and body relaxed and restored.

ICELAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Husky led across the Lowlands

Watch Iceland’s unique geology come to life in front of your eyes as you are led by beautiful husky dogs across the lowlands.

Climb into a Volcano

Take a sight of a dormant volcano from a thrilling helicopter flight that will leave you at the top. Then let a specialist guide you to the abyss of the volcano and discover the magnificent colors of the sleeping lava and rocks.

Relax in a Blue Lagoon

Indulge your body with a natural bath in these thermal hot waters infused with minerals that will leave your skin and body relaxed and restored.

WEATHER IN ICELAND

Spring

From April to beginning of June, you can explore all the Iceland coast with few other travelers. Bear in mind though that the interior of the country will not be accessible.

Summer

From July to beginning of September, it is the perfect season to discover Iceland. Paths leading to the inner country are open allowing the traveler access to unique landscapes shaped by the island volcanos. Lots of daylight, exuberant vegetation and myriad birds’ songs fulfill all senses.

Fall

From September to October, see the long nights come back along with the first boreal aurores. During the Indian summers, you will witness an explosion of colors. It’s unique, brief and intense. Eventually the first snows, the most beautiful ones, might fall down.

Winter

From November to March Iceland will be immersed in a long night turning around with Aurora Borealis lights in the sky. It is a unique experience to discover the sub-polar world. Bear in mind, though, that the interior of the country will not be accessible.

WEATHER IN ICELAND

Spring

From April to beginning of June, you can explore all the Iceland coast with few other travelers. Bear in mind though that the interior of the country will not be accessible.

Summer

From July to beginning of September, it is the perfect season to discover Iceland. Paths leading to the inner country are open allowing the traveler access to unique landscapes shaped by the island volcanos. Lots of daylight, exuberant vegetation and myriad birds’ songs fulfill all senses.

Fall

From September to October, see the long nights come back along with the first boreal aurores. During the Indian summers, you will witness an explosion of colors. It’s unique, brief and intense. Eventually the first snows, the most beautiful ones, might fall down.

Winter

From November to March Iceland will be immersed in a long night turning around with Aurora Borealis lights in the sky. It is a unique experience to discover the sub-polar world. Bear in mind, though, that the interior of the country will not be accessible.

Images of Iceland

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