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Iceland Activities to Tick Off Your Bucket List

Iceland is full of adventure! There are endless possibilities for different types of adventure around every corner from a relaxing bath in the Blue Lagoon, to glacier hiking; there is an adventure tour for everyone!

Here are some popular, well-known activities in Iceland that you can tick off your bucket list when planning your visit!

Whale Watching

Iceland is surrounded by beautiful waters that are the perfect conditions that attract whales; that means that Iceland is the perfect place to go whale watching.

During the Summer months, there are over 20 whale species that swim on the Iceland coast. Iceland offers Whale Watching tours all year round' however, the best time to see the magnificent beasts is in summer. This is because Iceland has 24 hours of sunlight in summer, meaning that Whale Watching tours are offered throughout the day and into the evening. 

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Snorkelling

In Iceland, you can snorkel between two tectonic plates! Silfra is the only place in the world where you can dive or snorkel directly in a crack between two tectonic plates. It is a deep crack between North America and the Eurasian continents which was caused by earthquakes in 1789.

The Silfra fissure is filled with glacial water from the nearby Langjökull glacier, making the water exceptionally clear. Because the water is between 2-3 degrees, drysuits are necessary for the 30-4o minute float tours through the rift. Diving tours are also offered here, but only for advanced divers because it is a very technical dive. 

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Hiking

Iceland has some of the most beautiful views to feast your eyes upon and taking a hike along the countryside is the perfect opportunity to see Iceland's beauty.

There are hiking trails in every direction in Iceland, meaning you can go anywhere at any time (just make sure to not get lost!).

There are plenty of short hikes with big rewards, such as stunning waterfalls, or you can partake in a multi-day walk like trekking through Landmannalaugar in the highlands. 

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Ice and Glacier Cave Tours

Another spectacular tour is the Ice and Glacier Cave Tours. There is an abundance of Ice and Glacier Caves to explore in Iceland. No ice and glacier cave is alike- making the tours more exciting to visit!

Iceland is home to multiple glaciers which lend the landscape a multitude of exciting icy landscapes, including towering icy cliffs, snow-capped plains, glacier lagoons, and much more! The natural glacier ice cave season is in wintertime, from mid-October until the end of March.

Additionally, there are some options to see ice caves all year round. Some of the most beautiful ice caves are the Crystel Ice Cave, Katla Ice cave, Skatafell Ice cave and Vatnajokull Ice Cave. 

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Soaking in Hot Springs  

Iceland is well-known for its hot springs which are accessible all year round. No visit to Iceland is complete without a visit to the location of a hot spring. One of the most popular hot springs is the Blue Lagoon.  The local natural wonder that is perhaps, most ingrained in the fabric of Icelandic culture is the bounty of geothermal energy. While fancy spas were not introduced to Iceland until recent times, thermal pools have been released for pleasure and health benefits in Icelandic society since the first centuries of settlement. 

Thermal pools have been released for pleasure and health benefits in Icelandic society since the first centuries of settlement. Many of these benefits include acne control, anti-ageing properties, pain relief, better blood circulation and much more. 

Natural hot springs can be found all around Iceland and there are hundreds of them! However, West and South-West Iceland are very active with geothermal heat and that is where you will find the most natural hot springs.

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