Its natural wonders, well-preserved culture, interesting people, and adventure await those who are visiting Iceland this summer. The country is well-known for its geysers, mountains, and thermal baths which you can enjoyed the most during long daylight hours. Aside from these, there are many things that you can do and places to check out in Iceland during its summer months. Some of them include the following:
Hike and Soak in a Naturally Hot River
If you’re a huge fan of trekking, then one of the best times to do it in Iceland is during summer. You can start it off by hiking to the naturally hot river of Reykjadalur Hot Springs then explore the rest of the day heading back to the city of Reykjavik and exploring it on your own. Other places that are worth exploring include Móði & Magni Volcanoes, the Blue Lagoon, and Snæfellsjökull Glacier. If you’re a first timer, you should pursue your trekking trips with precaution. Make sure that you’re with someone who knows well the trails and the places themselves; better yet, sign up for package tours that usually take care of everything – from transportation down to your accommodation.
Get an Adrenaline Rush
A trip to Iceland is nothing without getting yourself an adrenaline rush. Some of the things that you must try in the country include sea kayaking, whale watching, snorkeling, caving, and glacial hiking. Again, if you haven’t tried any of these before, it will be wise to ask for information from the tourism office or for hassle-free trips, inquire from different tour agencies for their available package tours.
Another way to experience summer in the country of Fire and Ice is to go camping. Go south and camp in the jaw-dropping place like Langisjór Highland lake. The best thing about camping in this kind of place is that there’s a variety of things that you can do here – you can simply enjoy the beautiful scenery, go paddling in the lake, or trek the nearest mountain. Boredom is indeed non-existing in the country.
Iceland is filled with exciting places ready to be explored. The country is more than just a hub for adventure-seekers; it’s also the best place for naturally curious people. You can go out and explore historical places, fishing village like Stykkishólmur, and discover the beauty of alcoves and sea cliffs.
So, if you can’t think of any place else to spend your summer, then head to Iceland and enjoy the place from sunrise to sun down. Whether you’re the adventure-seeker or the history lover, there’s always something in store for you in the country.