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Playing golf in Iceland is an adventure you’ll remember for a lifetime. Do you think playing golf at midnight surrounded by lava fields sounds too strange to be true? Not in Iceland! Midnight golf is available in summer due to Iceland’s northerly location.
Husavik is located in north-eastern Iceland apleasant 91 km from Akureyri and is the whalewatching capital of Europe. From the fishingport you can take wooden whale watching boats known as good boats between May and September.
On Snaefellsnes Peninsula a stunning natural landscape culminating in the spectacular glacier on Snaefellsjokull volcano.
Drive the Golden Circle taking in the sites including Pingvellir National Park Rift Valley, the site of Iceland’s first Parliament, and the point where Europe meets America at the continental Divide.
Vik on the south coast of Iceland, 2 hours fromReykjavik is a great base for adventure and outdoor activities which include snowmobiling,quad bikes, super truck tours, horse riding,hiking and fishing
There is plenty of adventure waiting for you in the North of Iceland filled with action packed excursions, breathtaking landscapes and a vast culture dying to be absorbed. See our list of all the best things to do in North Iceland:
Reykjavik the most northerly capital city is the first port of call for most visitors to Iceland. This is most certainly the capital of cool with colourful buildings, clean streets and smartly dressed locals.
What is the current population of Iceland? How large is the landmass, and how did it come to form? What are the country's biggest industries, and what language do the Icelanders speak? What are some interesting facts about Iceland rarely heard about? Read on to find out all there is to know about the basic facts and figures relating to Iceland.