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Introducing Iceland

Introduction of Iceland:

Iceland, a stunning and unique nation in the North Atlantic, provides travelers with an experience they will never forget. Iceland tour packages provide visitors with the opportunity to explore the country's stunning natural beauty, including glaciers, waterfalls, and hot springs. Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, is a thriving city with a strong cultural foundation and plenty of fascinating sights. Iceland is also known for its intriguing traditions, such as the annual Þorrablót festival, where locals celebrate the winter season - by eating traditional Icelandic foods. With incredible scenery, ancient culture, and friendly locals, Iceland is a destination to explore if you wish for an offbeat experience.

About Iceland Tourism:

Iceland tourism is an increasingly popular choice for travelers who want an otherworldly experience. A trip to Iceland offers visitors a chance to explore many tourist places, from the spectacular glaciers and waterfalls to the unique black sand beaches. Reykjavik, the capital city, is a perfect base to start any Icelandic adventure. Iceland is particularly well known for its distinctive cuisine, which emphasizes locally sourced delicacies like lamb and seafood. Visitors can try traditional Icelandic dishes such as hákarl (fermented shark) or skyr (a type of yogurt) and modern Icelandic cuisine; that takes inspiration from global food trends. With its stunning natural beauty, friendly people, and fascinating culture, Iceland tourism is an experience that you should not be missed.


Must know facts

Best time to visit
Honestly the best time to visit Iceland depends on what one actually wants to experience. Iceland is a magical destination and it has something for everyone in all its seasons. You need to decide what...
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History & culture
The principal individuals known to have occupied Iceland were Irish priests or hermits who came in the eighth century, yet left with the arrival of the agnostic Norsemen, who deliberately settled Icel...
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The volcanic island Iceland is located on the North Atlantic Ocean. It is 300kms east to Greenland and 900 kms west to Norway. It is almost the same size of Hungary and Portugal. It is the 2nd largest...
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