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Best time to Visit:
Icelandic króna
Flight time from India:
12-14 Hours
Cold, Windy, Cloudy for most of the year


Iceland, the land of fire and ice, has become a popular travel destination over the past few years. From the country’s magnificent glaciers, thundering waterfalls and epic natural nighttime displays, it’s easy to see why travellers are escaping to the edge of the world. Iceland is home to some of the largest glaciers in europe, and some of the world’s most active volcanoes. Iceland is also the land of light and darkness. Long summer days with near 24-hours of sunshine are offset by short winter days with only a few hours of daylight.

Must have Experiences

Experience the Blue Lagoon

Admire the Northern Lights

Glacier walking and Ice Caves

See the Waterfalls of Iceland

Explore Volcanic Beaches

Go Whale Watching

Must Visit Places


Reykjavik, is the northernmost national capital globally, comprising a population so minute that it hardly amounts to being a city.  Despite being home to under 200,000 inhabitants, Reykjavík presents a wealth of sights and activities that will appeal to culture, nature, and nightlife enthusiasts alike


The northern Icelandic town of Akureyri is a lovely fishing village, with roots that date back to the 9th century when Norse Vikings settled the area. It is fun to walk through Akureyri on Kaupvangsstræti, the main street that curves through town. If you cannot pronounce it, just ask the locals to point you in the direction of Art Street, which it is also called. There are many galleries with local art for sale and small eateries with traditional foods to try.


The small town of Seyoisfjorour is on a fjord on the eastern side of Iceland. It is one of the best places to visit if you want to see puffin colonies that inhabit the remote regions of Iceland. There is rich Icelandic culture and stunning natural beauty in Seyoisfjorour, as it is surrounded by mountains and shoreline.


The charming fishing village of Hofn on Iceland's southeast coast is a tranquil town with glacial lagoons surrounding it. Hofn is close to the Vatnajokull glacier, the largest in Europe. Just off the coast from Hofn are smaller islands that add to the seaside backdrop of this quiet and picturesque area.

Vik i Myrdal

The tiny village of Vik i Myrdal , or Vik, is located on the southernmost tip of Iceland and is a beautiful place to visit. The coastal village has some fascinating sites. to explore, like ice caves.  Some of Iceland's most magnificent waterfalls are easily accessed from Vik, namely Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Svartifoss, and Gljufrabui


Isafjorour is a town in the northwest of Iceland and the largest settlement of the Westfjords of Iceland. Go Kayaking in the Fjords or explore some of the local museums. It’s the perfect destination for anyone looking to explore the beauty of Icelandic nature but still keep the comforts of a small town life.

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