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- themarvelousmrsm (Josette Faye Mamsaang) The land of fire and ice. We were captivated of how beautiful this country is. Went in November, was raining on some days but still worth seeing the landscapes, waterfalls, etc. We even saw the Northern Lights on our way on the plane, when we were passing Canada. Didn’t get a chance to see the lights while in Iceland due to the ugly weather we had though we still had so much fun exploring it.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) If you like mountain climbing- then we're sure you’ve heard of these intense treks. The stunning summits of these mountains goes between picturesque, forested grounds to rugged, icy terrain, and everything in between. From the famous Mount Fuji to the historical Mont Blanc, if you haven’t already, add these adventurous destinations to your climbing bucket list- you won’t be disappointed.
- jasmineagbhow (Jasmine Caceres) The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is a part of Iceland’s western region and is known as “Little Iceland” due to the several landscapes. It’s also home to several must-visit attractions.
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Iceland, the land of fire and ice, is a country to be reckoned with. Isolated between Europe and North America in the far-flung Atlantic, it’s a country in the midst of its own making: volcanoes and glaciers shape the countryside while waterfalls charge off moss-laden cliffs and hot springs bubble forth from below. Lunar-like lava […]