Iceland is a country unlike any other. It’s home to landscapes that are as varied as they are otherworldly — fjords, coastlines, volcanoes, sand, lava fields, mountains, glaciers, and endless stretches of open road. It has it all: art, history, architecture, culture, unrivalled nature, mystery, and a bit of magic.


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Iceland Travel Guide

It’s a place made for photographers, explorers, and every kind of traveler, a place where the words are impossible to pronounce, where a single road circles the entire island, and where sunsets last forever. It’s a place where trolls, vikings, and elves are just as real as your travel companions. But mostly, it’s a place where you can lose yourself.

Iceland Essentials



Time Zone



Type C, F



Plan Your Trip

All you need before you book your tickets and zip your bag!

Guide to Icelandic Wildlife

Iceland’s rugged, barren terrain doesn’t make life easy for animals, but they’re as part of the landscape as the country’s glaciers, waterfalls, and mountains. The

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Iceland Road Trips

Iceland’s Ring Road is typically regarded as one of the best road trips in the world. The circular route around the country takes travelers on a journey past stunning, varied landscapes, and the drive itself is at least half the fun.

Iceland Photography Guides

A photo will never do justice to these serene sprawls — they won’t capture the crispness of the air or tranquility of mind you’ll experience as you breathe it in — but you’ll still want to make sure you’re heading home with some unforgettable shots.