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Iceland In December

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These long hours of darkness combined with snow cover and the spectacular Northern Lights set a very romantic mood and one conducive for music.

Iceland In November

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The weather should not scare you; winter is a great time to be in Iceland. The first instances of snow fall are usually experienced during this time of the year.

Iceland In October

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October marks the end of summer and the start of the winter conditions in Iceland

Iceland In September

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What should one expect when they visit Iceland in September? September comes with an end to the summer season and an approach towards the winter season.

Iceland In August

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August is the warmest month in Iceland with temperatures shooting even up to 20 degrees Celsius on some days.

Iceland In July

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July in Iceland offers a myriad of opportunities for anything you would wish to do in Iceland..

Iceland In June

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In June, it’s summer in Iceland. Though not really warm, this being Iceland, it is a pretty amazing month.

Iceland in May

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May brings with it some youthful excitement. It is a month that is most preferred by tourists to visit Iceland.

Iceland in April

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Iceland in April is a must trip one should plan to undertake. This is because in April you get to see how magical it is seeing the country waking up from hibernation in the winter and ventures into the spring season.

Iceland in March

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With most countries starting to experience spring by March, in Iceland March is still is still a winter season.

Iceland in February

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The best thing about February in Iceland among other things is how short it is, being short does not mean it will be terrible throughout.

Iceland in January

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For all there is to know about Iceland in January, you can be sure to get it all after going through this article.

Iceland is famous for its naturally occurring hot springs and geysers that are open for bathing for the locals as well as the tourists.

Generally, you can visit Iceland any time of the year depending on different factors most of them concerning the climate and seasonal attractions but any time is a good time in Iceland.

Driving In Iceland

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If you are planning to hit the roads of Iceland this week, the first step is to apprise yourself of the basics. This article will make driving in Iceland trouble-free for you.

Aurora Borealis

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Northern Lights of Iceland is a natural phenomenon that occurs when the Van Allen radiation belt (a layer of energetic charged particles that surround the Earth) is "overloaded" with particles that flow down the magnetic field of the Earth and crash into the luminesce materials in the atmosphere - in the area of the ionosphere, causing them to release energy.

Golden Circle

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Golden Circle is the most popular tourist route in Iceland. The route goes east from the capital Reykjavik, completes a loop and returns to Reykjavik. Time needed to cover the route is one day.

Reykjavik Bar Tour

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On the tour, our local guides will take you to some of the best bars and clubs in Reykjavik, and show you the secrets of the Icelandic night life. At each one of the first three bars that we visit you will get a FREE large Icelandic beer.

Most Beautiful Waterfalls Of Iceland

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Iceland's waterfalls are famous throughout the world thanks to their diversity and breathtaking beauty. In Iceland, there are hundreds of waterfalls that are coming out of the mountains or flowing from the high peaks where the snow never melts.

Iceland Family Tours

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For the last few years, Iceland became more and more popular destination for family trips. Being one of the safest countries in the world and also known as one of the cleanest, Iceland is famous for its citizen's high priority environmental concern. The economic crisis that occurred in 2008 crushed the economy of the island, turning it from one of the world's most expensive countries, to a country, which it is possible to visit without spending a fortune.

Visiting Iceland in Winter

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Although summer is the ideal time to travel in Iceland, many people ask if it is also recommended visiting Iceland in winter. Are the popular tourist attraction sites open? What about the hotels? Transportation? Is Iceland ready for tourists in the winter? Here are some ideas in brief about the winter trip to Iceland. The winter visit to Iceland is like visiting another Iceland - the dominant green landscape turns white and it is a good time to take out the snowmobiles and the skis.

If you already had a day tour in Reykjavik and you into escaping the city for a bit and enjoying some nature, culture and art. You better visit Videy Island (Viðey in Icelandic).

Iceland Museums

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Few travelers come to Iceland because of its museums. Iceland is a country with relatively poor urban and personal accomplishments history and accordingly, museums of Iceland are not competing with museums in other countries in Europe, which boast with a rich history of hundreds or even thousands of years.

Volunteering in Iceland

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There is a variety of volunteer programs in Iceland. Several local Icelandic organizations and some from other countries too, offer the volunteer trips to Iceland. The volunteer programs are available for different durations from a week to several months. Volunteering in Iceland can be a wonderful experience for students or people who like to contribute to society, and this is a great way to visit Iceland relatively cheaply and meet people from all over the world.

Iceland Swimming Pools

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Geothermal swimming pools for Icelanders are like a sauna for Finns. This is not just a leisure activity, it is one of the pillars of the local culture. In Iceland, there are about 200 swimming pools, probably more than in any other country per head of population.

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