5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Iceland

Iceland, a magical country defined by its beautiful landscape with volcanoes, geysers and lava fields. Not to mention, its famous for its wonderfully clean air and astounding glaciers. So, discover why Iceland is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.

1. THE NORTHERN LIGHTS, AURORA BOREALIS

The Northern lights is by far one of the most top-rated attractions in Iceland. Also, known as Aurora Borealis, appears in many colours up in the sky. Pink and green are the most common colours to appear in the sky. But red, yellow, blue and violet lights have also been known to appear in the sky.

The lights are a result of gaseous particles colliding with particles released from the sun, meaning the lights appear in different forms including shooting rays, rippling curtains and scattered clouds.

northern lights pretty

2. BLUE LAGOON, GRINDAVIK

The Blue Lagoon is a breath taking outdoor spa, surrounded by natural elements. The geothermal seawater features three active ingredients – Silica, Algae and Minerals and has a warm temperature of 37-40 degrees. Not to mention, the water renews itself every 40 hours. Amazing, Right? So, a unique experience and positive effects on the body and skin, what more could you want?

BLUE LAGGON ICELAND

3. ASTONISHING GEYSERS

If you fancy seeing something remarkable, I highly recommend the Geysers in South-west of Iceland. A geyser is an eruption of steam and water that can blast boiling water one hundred foot into the air. This is a must see if you have not witnessed a Geyser erupt before.

GEYERS IN ICELAND

4. ASKJA CALDERA

Craving a fascinating road trip with lava fields and small rivers? Discover Askja Caldera, a live volcano situated in Vatnajokull National Park. The Askja is filled with stunning blue water with a warm temperature of 30 degrees. But be careful as the paths can be incredibly slippery.

Askja Iceland

5. Whale Watching

Get up close and personal and experience wales, dolphins and puffins in their natural habitat. The Icelandic waters has a mix of two currents, making the water a favourable feeding area for whales. With a 92% chance of seeing these magnificent creatures, discover why these creatures are so incredible.

Whale watching Iceland

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