Into The Glacier, Iceland’s newest attraction, allows visitors to journey 90 feet below the surface of a glacier
The remains of a DC3 that crashed on Black Sands Beach in Vik is one of Iceland’s most unusual tourist attractions. (Everyone on board survived).
Built in a hidden valley in 1923, Seljavallalaug pool, is a geothermal gem.
Catch a glimpse of icebergs as they float out to sea at Jokulsarlon – Glacier Lagoon, one of Iceland's largest glacial rivers.
Kayak around a peaceful fjord.
The rivers of Iceland offer high-octane rapids and stunning canyons.
Go snorkeling or diving in pure glacier water, some of the clearest views below the surface one will find.
Take a journey off the beaten path to find a lighthouse on basalt columns made from lava flows.
Enjoy the top of a glacier at a slower pace by going dog sledding.
Hire Arctic Surfers--Iceland's only surf operator --to take you to unique surf spots around the island.
Iceland has thousands of waterfalls, one of which is Skogafoss, a majestic sight on the southern part of the island.
Snowmobiling on a glacier has become a must-do for adventure enthusiasts
Move over New Zealand: Iceland is quickly becoming the place adventure seekers are flocking to.