Iceland's South Coast is host to majestic waterfalls, snow capped peaks, volcanos and impressive coastal rock formations. South Iceland's fantastic natural landscape will ensnare your imagination and hold your undivided attention!
Húsavík is undeniably Iceland’s premier destination for seafaring adventures. This Northern Icelandic fishing village is indisputably the whale watching capital of Iceland and according to some, all of Europe. Stay a few hours longer and you'll discover the charms of this quaint town with a gorgeous harbour dotted with, scrumptiously delicious sea food, bright and colorful wooden buildings, and local museums.
Exploring the Lake Mývatn region in the Northeast of Iceland will reward you with a spectacularly strange landscape of bubbling mudpots, volatile, steaming fumaroles, and volcanic craters.
Driving the Golden Circle in Iceland is the classic, memorable road trip adventure for travellers visiting Iceland. The 300km route is a great opportunity to experience the most popular destinations of Iceland: Pingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss plus 9 other unique points of interest on a day trip from Reykjavik.