Iceland is an adventure.


Iceland is a country of sharp contrasts. A place where fire and ice co-exist. Where dark winters are offset by the summer’s midnight sun. 

Explore its natural wonders: glaciers, active volcanoes, black-sand beaches, geothermal areas, roaring rivers, majestic waterfalls, and beautiful lakes.

Discover a rich and vibrant culture. Stay in hip Reykjavík or relax in the beautiful therapeutic Blue Lagoon. Explore glaciers and waterfalls,  bath in mud pools, see spurting geysers

For foodies, open your taste buds with fermented shark, whales, puffin, bird eggs and of course aquavit.  

For active travels, go horseback riding, hike on glaciers, snowmobile, snorkeling and diving in pure waters, dog sledding, ice caving

Immerse yourself in amazing landscapes in the land of ice and fire.



Shop in Reykjavik

Shop for Icelandic crafts and design, including hand-knit wool sweaters and blankets, at top boutiques.

Eat exotic food

Locals like fermented shark with aquavit, puffins or whale.  Enjoy sea gulls eggs.  Try salt licorice, which is made with ammonium chloride and has an unmistakable flavor. Chocolate-covered licorice is another favorite.

Discover South Iceland and the Golden Circle

A route featuring some of Iceland’s most important and impressive natural features. See the spectacular rift valley formed by the drifting of tectonic plates. 

Relax at the Blue Lagoon

Spend an afternoon or evening relaxing in the soothing, surreal and otherworldly waters of the Blue Lagoon!

Life time experience

The dramatic and dazzling aurora borealis (Northern Lights) in the winter months.

Watch a spectacular eruption

Strokkur Geyser, which shoots a fountain of water high into the air. 

Feel the Mist

Gullfoss, a thundering waterfall that plunges into a deep gorge. 


Hotel Borg

This luxe hotel in a landmark building is 7-minutes’ walk from Harpa concert hall and 1 km from Hallgrímskirkja, a soaring, modern cathedral.

Art deco rooms with custom-made furniture feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add lounges, and there’s a multi-level suite with panoramic city views, and a bathroom with heated floors.

Amenities include a bar, and a fine dining restaurant serving Icelandic cuisine. There’s also a spa, a hot tub and a sauna, as well as a fitness room. Tours and transport can be arranged (surcharge).


Hotel Flatey

Hotel Flatey is situated in the center of the old village on Flatey, in the very heart of Breiðafjörður. The houses in the old center are timber structures dating from the island’s former times of prosperity, and most of them have been restored in their original style.

The hotel has a very inviting feel to it and special atmosphere, making it one of the 10 highest rated hotels in Iceland.

Nowhere else in Iceland can you find an urban setting where the atmosphere of the past has been so faithfully preserved.

The hotel’s dining room and guest rooms are in converted warehouses flanking the old market square.

Frost & Fire Hotel

Set on the banks of the Varmá River, this remote hotel offers views of Mt. Reykjafjall. It’s an 11-minute walk from Gufudalsvöllur golf course, 3 km from Grensdalur volcano and 7 km from The Icelandic Horse Park Fákasel.

Colorful rooms with exterior entrances and river or mountain views feature free Wi-FI, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.

Amenities include free continental breakfast, plus 2 outdoor hot tubs, an outdoor pool and a steam room powered by hot springs. There’s an Icelandic restaurant and meeting space.


Hotel Ranga

This upscale, log-built hotel overlooks the Ytri-Rangá, a river popular for salmon fishing, and is 6 km from the Saga Center history museum.

Rustic-chic rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, TVs and en suite bathrooms, plus and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Luxe suites add Jacuzzis, minifridges and decor inspired by each of the continents. Room service is offered 24 hours.

Amenities include a gourmet restaurant and a bar, plus outdoor hot tubs, a game room and conference facilities.

Hotel Laxa

Hótel Laxá is a 3 star luxurious hotel by Lake Mývatn. It opened in 2014, and aims to be green and eco-friendly.  

The hotel’s original décor is also stylish and the hotel boasts a lounge, bar and a restaurant that has an emphasis on local ingredients.


Hotel Budir

Hotel Búðir is set in one of the most beautiful places in Iceland, just a couple of hours drive from Reykjavik. This elegant hotel is in a league of its own, boasting all amenities, a charming atmosphere, great service and a restaurant renowned for its exquisite cuisine.


Hotel Siglo

At Siglo Hotel we strive to offer our guests a relaxing environment with a classic and romantic design. All our rooms have views over the beautiful surrounding mountains and marina and from the cozy windowseat you can watch life go by in this quiet little haven in north Iceland. The rooms are spacious and decorated with pictures from Siglufjords Photo Museum spanning its history and culture. All our guests have access to our outdoor spas and sauna (opening late august).

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