Iceland – the safest country of the World, Global Finance Magazine 2019.

Iceland, “The Land of Fire and Ice” is a Nordic island country in the North Atlantic Ocean, Europe.
It’s defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, and lava fields. Massive glaciers are protected in Vatnajökull and Snæfellsjökull national parks.

Capital: Reykjavik
Language: Icelandic
Population: 364,134
Total area: 103,000 km²
Sources of income: Tourism and Fish processing.

Such a small country with plenty of things to do for a traveler. Iceland, certainly no shortage of attractions and interesting experiences that anyone can enjoy.

One of Europe’s most magical and unforgettable spots; Iceland is the ultimate road trip destination. 10 days of Ring Road trip will show the best favorite of the Nordic country.

The trip starts from Reykjavik and ends at Blue Lagoon which is 45 minutes from central Reykjavik. It’s approximately 1,333 km. These days we can use hotels or resorts for stay and vehicles for transportation but if someone can consider the size of comfort, the better option will be the Camper Van.

Enjoy the volcano glacier originates Lagoon waterfalls, oldest geothermal swimming pool of Iceland, Beaches with separate natural beauty, Glaciers, Fishing village, most powerful waterfall in Europe, Landscape, diving at Silfra, active Geyser, Lighthouse, relaxing in Blue Lagoon and many more.

Must do: If coming to Iceland keep a day for Golden Circle Tour, it covers a total of 300 km even it is a short duration. The most popular scenic routes in Iceland. These include waterfalls, geothermal activity, spas, volcano craters, and even a UNESCO world heritage site!

Iceland is a very cold country. Temperatures are normally -2° C to -7° C in the winter; even the warmest summer afternoons rarely reach 15° C.

July and August are the best time to visit because you’ll have ample sunshine and fairly good weather. Consider September and October too because the prices are lower, and you’ll have a better shot seeing the Northern Light.

Now, how to reach Iceland. By Air is the only way. Iceland hosts its most important and busy international airport – the Keflavik International Airport located 40 km away from Reykjavik.

Only Danmark operates a Cruise to Iceland every week only in summers from April to October.

While in tour safe accommodation is one of the essential things where we can use below good brands or good hotels:

ION Hotels:
Radisson Blu:
Hotel Ranga:
Hotel Grimsborhir:

It’s time to eat. Iceland is surrounded by the ocean, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that fish and seafood are a big part of Icelandic cuisine. Most of the traditional Icelandic food revolves around fish, dairy, bread, potatoes, and lamb.

Hence, you are requested that you should experience Iceland at least once in your lifetime.