Iceland A wild island of fjords, volcanoes, hotsprings & winter adventure

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Emma Brown
Iceland Travel Specialist


Shaped by towering volcanoes, immense glaciers and tectonic plates that slowly pull the rugged landscape apart, Iceland holidays are an opportunity to see Mother Nature at her most incredible. Teetering on the edge of the Arctic, only a three-hour flight from the UK, this staggeringly beautiful country is home to a variety of landscapes like no other – among them some of the world’s greatest natural wonders. And the best thing about Iceland? No matter which season you visit in, there's always a huge array of adventures to be had and amazing natural environments to explore.

With an Iceland winter holiday you'll find thundering waterfalls frozen still, endless snow drifts awaiting snowmobile journeys across and the northern lights dancing across the night sky, with an aurora season that can last from September until April. Alternatively, Iceland summer holidays allow visitors to dive into the crystal-clear glacier waters between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates, embark on whale-watching journeys to spy feeding humpback whales, stroll across otherworldly black sand beaches and take a soak in the steaming, natural waters of a geothermal lagoon.

Reykjavik, the compact and charming capital, offers visitors a friendly welcome and a world-class culinary scene, and its array of varied accommodation and proximity to the iconic sites of the ‘Golden Circle – Gullfoss Waterfall, Strokkur Geysir and Thingvellir National Park – makes it the perfect place for a city break, or the beginning of an independent fly-drive holiday exploring the dramatic coast.



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Popular Destinations in Iceland

   Reykjavík
   Myvatan
   Golden Circle
   Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon
   Blue Lagoon



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Regent Iceland Specialist


Ida Marinova
If this is your first holiday in Iceland, we recommend that you plan to come in winter. The sweeping snowscapes, set against the sparkling twilight is the iconic backdrop that has made Iceland famous. Whether you are snowmobiling across a glacier or taking in the snowfall from the cozy confines of Stofan cafe (our favourite pit stop in Reykavik for a slice of cake and coffee), the country looks its best when dressed in white. Of course the winter months are the right time to search out the spectacular show that is the Northern Lights.

Ida's Tips
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East Iceland is a hikers' paradise with volcanic terrain, walking trails, hidden waterfalls and mountains.
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Spend a night or two at the Hotel Ranga in the winter and watch the northern lights from the outdoor hot tubs.
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To really get up close with nature, step inside a man-made ice cave to walk inside the Langjokull Glacier.




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Iceland excursions are a great way yo enjoy Iceland during a city break, fly drive or tailor made tour. Bask in the warm waters of the geothermal Blue lagoon, race through beautiful wilderness on a snow-mobile or a super jeep, or search for whales on whale watching tour.


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