What to see and do
Iceland offers a stunning environment that feels like the end of the earth with Volcanoes, waterfalls, fjords, geysers, hot springs and welcoming locals all packed into a quirky island about the size of Ireland. Despite its small size, this unique island nation, technically considered a part of the European economic zone but culturally and geologically worlds apart from anywhere else, offers a diverse and constantly shifting landscape that has become a preferred destination for people from all over the world.
With an Evaneos local agent, you can not only choose the exact spots you want to see, but also work in some off the beaten path excursions. After you take in the quaint towns and stunning national parks that have catapulted Iceland to the top of must-see lists in the last few years, relax in cosy accommodation and soak in the geothermal hot springs.
What to do?
Wondering where to see Puffins, Iceland’s adorable birds that populate its basalt beaches, or the best time of year to watch whales splash in the ocean? Your local agent knows every possible activity in the whole country. Previous travellers have spent their days in Iceland:
- Visiting the most Northern capital in the world, Reykjavik
- Swimming in translucent hot water springs in the middle of a lava field
- Staying in Húsavík, the European whale-watching capital
- Admiring the largest cliffs in Europe at Látrabjarg
- Making the most of the summer sun that only goes down from midnight to 3AM
Looking to add bathing in a thermal pool, a horseback ride, an introduction to glacier walking, or watching the Northern Lights? No problem. Browse our agent’s tour ideas and then contact your local agent to start creating your tailor-made holiday to Iceland.
Where to stay?
Our agents have compiled a list of some of the towns and villages they recommend most as locals. Browse through their recommendations and then submit a request form to make your wish list a reality.
When is best to visit?
To learn about this and other practical information like what to pack, where are the embassies, and other Evaneos tips, visit our Iceland Travel Guide or ask your dedicated agent!