UK based low-cost carrier EasyJet is offering great deal on route between UK airports (London, Manchester) and capital city of Iceland, Reyikjavik. Take this opportunity and book your flights to this “full of amazing nature” country, the cheapest flights to Iceland are starting at €79 (GBP68) already!
Travel period is during the wintertime 2013/2014, book directly at www.easyjet.com, sample booking follows:
If a name is a reflection of that object then Iceland’s mother seriously hit the mark. Although ten percent of Iceland has glaciers, the rest actually has a very green and pleasant climate. There is so much beauty and natural wonder in Iceland that it makes it hard to know where to visit first. Not only is it a great place to visit, you can help its economy. Maybe Iceland isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of a vacation, but it should be. Your breath will be taken away. The follow is a list of the top five things to do while visiting Iceland. Hopefully it will help you make the most of your time when you are there.
5) Scenic Driving, Golden Circle Route
The Golden Circle Route is a one hundred and ninety mile road that encompasses a lot of Iceland’s amazing sights. It takes only a day to complete the whole road. You are welcome to rent a car, but there are also day tours that can give you a tour. Campsites and hotels are located along the way if you find the sites worth more than a day. The geyser, the Golden Falls, and a natural amphitheater from 930 AD are just some of the sites. It is an amazing road.
4) Nature, Hjalparfoss Waterfall
This amazing waterfall located in the south of Iceland is a beautiful place to be at peace and to commune with nature. The name Hjalparfoss Waterfall actually means “Help’s Waterfall.” It is split in two sections with a large pond out front and the waterfall in the back that falls down some very interesting and beautiful rock formations. If you want a picnic, there is no better place to stop. On sunny days it is nice to swim in and on everyday the trees are a sight to see.
3) Spas, The Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon may ask you to pass over quite a few bucks, but it is completely and ultimately worth it. Blue Lagoon is an incredible geothermal spa that offers every kind of comfort that will lead you to some peace. All year round is perfect. There is the beautiful snow in winter or the warm days of summer. Spend a whole day and enjoy most of what the spa has to offer. You’ll never want to go home.
2) Hiking, Skaftafell National Park
There is nothing quite as thrilling as hiking in the mountainous beauty of Skaftafell National Park in Iceland. Sandy plains, glaciers, and fast flowing rivers are some of the wonderful things that the park has to offer. There are glacier walks that will take a guide to assist you, mountain climbing for those experienced enough and hiking to the top of the mountains. On the hikes there are so many beautiful things to see that you won’t even believe it.
1) History, The Sage-Age Farm
The Sage-Age Farm in Iceland is an actual reproduction of a medieval Viking farm. Unfortunately, the nearby Mount Hekla erupted way back when, and caused all the farmhouses below to be demolished. You feel like you have just stepped back into the 1100s. It is informative for the kids and interesting to the adults. All the rooms are replicated and there is a nearby waterfall to add to all the beauty