Introduction

Although it is a small island, Iceland has an endless amount of attractions for tourists to experience. The most popular place to visit in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon of GrindavĂ­k which is a natural hot tub which some say has healing aspects to it. But if you're looking for a jaw dropping, magical, once in a lifetime opportunity you will visit the northern lights. In the end, Iceland has it all for being the same size as colorado, from glacier national parks to volcanos with the power of putting half of europe in smoke, it is a must visit for everyone in their lifetime

Fun Facts

  • More than 60% of the Icelandic population live in the capital city, Reykjavik
  • Iceland was the last place on earth to be settled by humans
  • Many Icelanders believe in elves and trolls
  • About 11% of Iceland is covered by glaciers
  • The Northern Lights can be seen in Iceland from September to March
  • Iceland’s national sport is handball