Iceland is a popular destination to visit in the hope of catching a glimpse of the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis in scientific terms. There is never any guarantee to see them on your trip, but here are a few tips to try to improve your chances.
Iceland is home to many natural phenomena that have become popular tourist attractions, hot pots, volcanos and rare wildlife but have you ever seen boiling water violently bursting out of holes in the ground? Iceland can tick that off your bucket list for you, hosting around 30 geysers of all shapes and sizes.
Night trolls are said to live in mountain caves in Iceland’s uninhabitable areas, they venture around the land at night but coming into contact with sunlight will turn them to stone. Their individual origins have led to various places being named around them such as Tröllaskarð (Troll Pass in North Iceland) and Skessuhorn (Troll Woman´s Peak in West Iceland).
Iceland is a beautiful country to visit and during your stay our main concern is your safety. Although Iceland is considered to be one of the safest countries in the world some conditions are most likely different from what you are accustomed to. We provide you with safe cars but the more you are informed about traveling in Iceland the better.
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