Hotspots, the hot springs are part of Icelandic life. Magical places of relaxation.
Just let yourself drift in the "Steaming Valley" or the famous "Blue Lagoon".
There are hundreds of them and each one offers a different powerful impression and a fascinating play of colors.
Watch the masses of water plunge into the depths, take a tour of the most impressive waterfalls in Iceland.
The large whale species cavort off the coast of Iceland, especially in summer, and orcas can also be seen in winter.
Take a boat out and let the kings of the seas cast a spell over you!
Spend an unforgettable night surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of nature, on the shore of a lake, with a view of mountains, volcanoes and glaciers.
Watch the stars as your private guide prepares your dinner over an open fire.
The huge Jökuls'rlén lagoon is full of huge chunks of ice that have separated from the Breiömerkurjökull, an outlet glacier of the famous Vatnajökull.
Take a boat tour on the lagoon, sail between the massive icebergs and watch the ice crystals glitter like diamonds on the shore.
Your private helicopter will take you to your exclusive destination, whether you are a skier or a snowboarder, enjoy a day on the slopes in the pristine snow paradise with almost no avalanche danger!
Follow in the footsteps of the legendary Vikings and experience a dinner - like a journey into the past, only a little more civilized!
The probability of northern lights is greatest in deep winter, when the spectacular "arsarnerite" appear.
A classic Arctic experience that never loses its fascination.
The most extraordinary hotels and lodges await you in the lonely nature of Greenland.
Luxurious, modern and comfortable, authentic or stylish in the most breathtaking locations.
The descent by lift to a depth of 120 in a volcano - experience the interior of the earth - the geology adventure you can touch.
A must for all horse lovers:
Experience an unforgettable ride on the back of one of the famous Icelandic horses!
The summer months are most suitable for exploring the island in all its beauty, here the days are longest and the temperatures are pleasant, if not really warm, but you are mostly spared the rain, and this is the perfect time to watch whales .
For a glimpse of the Northern Lights, travel to Iceland during the winter months. The spectacular natural phenomenon is best observed during the cold, clear polar nights, and glacier tours and snow hikes are just some of the fantastic options open to you in the Icelandic winter.
The official language is Icelandic and is spoken by almost the entire population. English and other Scandinavian languages are compulsory in the Icelandic education system.
A well-known Icelandic specialty is skyr, a type of cream cheese. In earlier times Icelandic cuisine was very sparse, as spices were hardly known and the cultivation of vegetables and fruit was hardly possible.
Traditionally, everything edible was used. The cuisine is of course also shaped by fishing. Try shark, lamb, or black liquorice.
Remarkable: The sale of alcohol in Iceland is only possible in special government-run shops, as are tobacco products.
Only about 340,000 people live in the most sparsely populated European country, mostly in the capital Reykjavik and the lowlands.
To a large extent, the population consists of descendants of Nordic and Celtic settlers. Iceland offers a high quality of life, little crime and pollution and an absolutely child-friendly social system.
Icelanders are very friendly and helpful with a great sense of family.
To enter Iceland you need a passport, which must be valid for the duration of your stay. German citizens do not need a visa for a stay of up to 90 days (within 6 months).