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The Powerful Geysir is about to blow!
Travel to the world famous Geyser, with the help of our professional drivers
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We Offer our Range of Daytours to Cruise Ship Passengers Arriving in Reykjavik.
The Spectacular Jökulsárlón
We can take you for a Comprehensive tour to the unique Glacier Lagoon
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Cool to know about Iceland
Here we collected some cool, useful and not so useful information about our beloved Iceland
You should travel to Iceland because…
- Iceland is closer than you think.
- Scenic, other-worldly nature.
- Northern Lights
- Culture & History
- The Blue Lagoon
Can I see the Northern lights?
Why is the Blue Lagoon, blue?
The blue colour comes from the silica and the way it reflects sunlight. During summer there can also be a hint of green in the water. This is the result of the algae, which multiplies quickly when exposed to direct sunlight.
Is the “Golden Circle” a must see?
The Golden Circle is Iceland’s most popular sightseeing tour – and for good reason! In one day you‘ll get to see a magnificent waterfall, the world’s oldest parliament and a hot spring area where the famous Geysir resides.
When does the sun go down?
From mid-May to mid-August the sun only sets for only a few hours per day, and it is effectively light for the whole 24-hour period. In contrast, there are around 4-5 hours of effective daylight during mid-winter.
Few Quick Facts!
- The Icelandic language remains unchanged from ancient Norse. That means 1,000-year-old texts are still easily read.
- Beer remained illegal in Iceland until 1989.
- Iceland was one of the last places on earth to be settled by humans.
Hot blog about Iceland
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