In Iceland, culture is always close to nature.
Iceland is full of contrasts. It is open and vast – but not to large. Therefore, nature is always just around the corner. It has a capital – Reykjavík – that looks like a small town but acts like a big city and has everything to offer that big cities have to offer, except overwhelming skyscrapers and pollution. Iceland is a low-key society with a solid infrastructure to service you and your needs, with safe transportation, hotels and hostels of every class available to you and your group.
In Iceland, everything is within “walking” distance – This isn’t true in a literal sense, but what we mean is this: In one well organized day – and this is our forte – you can feel the ocean breeze on your cheek, watch cuddly and fluffy puffins fly over your head, ski on a glacier, take a boat trip on a glacier lagoon, hike on recent lava formations in the hillsides of volcanos … and still have time for a refreshing thermal bath before having a fantastic and fresh dinner followed by a night on the town.
Iceland is not a destination. It is an adventure. Travel to Iceland to experience the stunning Icelandic nature, the beauty of the rugged landscape and the creativity of the Icelandic people