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As of April 6th, Iceland welcomes vaccinated tourists outside of the European Schengen zone. Iceland tops bucket lists worldwide, and being an extremely safe country without a heavy impact from Covid on the vast natural attractions makes it a perfect summertime destination. Reykjavik comes alive in the summer, after the long winter, and with all that cheer you are sure to be energized to explore the volcanic landscapes and tundras of this gorgeous country.

seeker 2 years ago

For adventurous moms, take a trip to the vast and unique landscape of Iceland. Known as the land of Fire and Ice, Iceland is sculpted of volcanoes and tundra, witness towering waterfalls, luminescent ice caves, active glaciers, and exciting hiking trails. After busy days of adventuring out in the gorgeous country, unwind at one of the plentiful natural hot spring options which dot the country.

seeker 2 years ago

Icy cold air and steaming hot thermal baths, Iceland brings an extreme twist to fall that allows visitors the chance to engage with nature in a life-changing way. Explore the golden circle, dipped in honey tones and ruby red hues, treat yourself to natural spas, and enjoy Icelandic cuisine that is sure to fuel up any adventurer.

seeker 2 years ago

Iceland's otherwordly landscape has designated the island as one of the world's most mysteriously beautiful destinations on the planet. Tour cascading waterfalls, lava rock landscapes, sandy shores, and bubbling geysers. Iceland is incredibly friendly and welcoming to tourism, and takes immense pride in the country's incredible beauty and hospitality.

seeker 1 year ago

Iceland’s golden circle is the ultimate road trip dream, imagine spending hours on the road immersed in an ethereal landscape just to hit some of the earth’s most astounding natural wonders. Witness glacier caves, watch live geysers shoot up into the sky, hike behind towering waterfalls, and more.

seeker 2 years ago

Iceland is powered by thermal energy, the country has been innovative in how they develop sustainably. Explore active geysers, milky lagoons, and towering waterfalls at this truly awe-inspiring destination.

seeker 2 years ago

I definitely need to go there and see the northern lights, im not much into cold weather but for sure I can make an exception.

reinacartagena 2 years ago

I feel like Iceland is becoming a little touristy, but I'd still love to check out all the unique things this country has to offer.

netanyas 2 years ago

Next destination on my bucket list! Planning to go in October if everything is still somewhat normal with covid restrictions.

katie 2 years ago

Brought out my nature girl side

thegoddess_pallas 2 years ago

traveleaterjohanna 3 years ago

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