Mystical Iceland – Let’s Explore With Private Guide

Iceland is known for its active volcanoes, awe-inspiring glaciers, and geothermal springs. It is a land of majestic mountains and turquoise sea that boasts of rich cultural heritage, captivating music, and delectable cuisine. The winter nights in this fairyland are illuminated by the mystical aurora Borealis.  The midnight sun offers a unique experience in the summers. Full of enchanting places to see, Iceland is every traveler’s dream destination.

Famous Tour and Places

The capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik is a quaint and charming place filled with exhibits displaying the Viking heritage of Iceland. A number of guided tours are available in the city that will take you through some of the most appealing destinations in this region. One of the most fun ways to go around the city is to book a privately guided Reykjavik Segway tours. Segway Machines are self-balancing, personal transporters that will make you look effortlessly cool as you move around the pleasing streets and pass the important landmarks of the city.

Reykjavik Segway Tours

Located near the capital city is the intriguing Golden Circle Route, which hosts some historic sites, active geysers, graceful waterfalls, and the ancient Assembly Plains of Þingvellir (Thingvellir) National Park.

Northern Lights

If you visit Iceland in the winter, a private tour to see the Northern Lights ( Private Northern Lights Tour Iceland ) is highly recommended. These are the colorful hues caused high up in the atmosphere due to the interaction between the solar winds and the Earth’s magnetosphere.

Reynisdrangar black sand beach located near the picturesque village of Vik has an impressive coastline with highly unpredictable waters. It is one of the most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world.

Skogafoss & Seljalandsfoss Waterfalls

It is near the south coast of Iceland extend some of the most spectacular views. You can climb the stairs leading up to the top of the Skogafoss waterfall for some stunning vistas. At Seljalandsfoss, you can take a walk behind the waterfall, which is an incredible escapade.

For an awesome whale watching excursion in Iceland, Husavik is a must-visit place. Numerous guided tours in search of the gentle giants of the ocean are available in the region. However, you need to book them in advance because these tours are highly popular.

Westfjords region

It is the abode to some of the most spectacular landscapes which include Latrabjarg Bird Cliffs, Dynjandifoss Waterfall, and Raudisandur Beach.

Another magical experience of Iceland is watching the sunrise in winters. It is at the geothermally heated pools known as Blue Lagoon. It has shimmering blue water packed with minerals.

Apart from the places mentioned above, Iceland is home to tones of fun-filled activities for everyone. Some of these are descending into lava caves, climbing Mount Esja, riding a snowmobile at Langjokull Glacier, visiting the Olgerdin Brewery, hiking in Skaftafell Park, see cuddly puffin colonies at the islands of Akurey and Lundey, and many more.



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A. Lakhotia is professionally a full time writer. She has been writing since 2008 for different topics. Her work across multiple disciplines makes her expertise and a narrator of practical experiences.

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