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Situated in the North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland is a Nordic country filled with both natural beauty and culture. Major activities include skiing, fishing, hiking, mountain climbing, snowboarding, and with geothermal-heated outdoor pools, swimming is also popular here. From viewing active volcanoes, waterfalls and the spectacular aurora borealis (Northern Lights) playing golf at midnight, as well as being in the company (per capita) of the highest number of writers, authors, artists and Nobel Prize winners in the world…. Iceland has it all! Look forward to being immersed, welcomed and mesmerized by this enticing island nation and its friendly people. Iceland: Literally sitting on top of the world!

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Michelle Brock

(35 reviews)

World Travel Service

Tulsa, Oklahoma

As a Travel Specialist for the United Kingdom and Iceland... I have much to share with you about these two out-of-this-world destinations.

We'll start in the UK. With my extensive experience and expertise, I've escorted numerous custom-crafted group itineraries to such favorite destinations as Edinburgh, gems of The Cotswolds, Newcastle, Kent, Aberdeen, Kyle of Lochalsh, Glencoe, Rosslyn, and Port Isaac. Whether you want to experience these enticing destinations on a personally designed tour, guided motor coach experience, or cruise ship (England), I can make it happen.

Next, let's talk about an Icelandic adventure! Do these activities sound like fun to you: A snow mobile adventure on the Langjökull Glacier? A walk through the Kerið - a dormant volcano? The view of many stunningly-beautiful geysers and waterfalls? The opportunity to experience the thermal, healing waters of the Blue Lagoon, or snorkel in bubbling hot springs? The pleasure of taking a private, guided walking

Linda Randall

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Acendas Travel Eden Prairie

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
I have always been drawn to the culture, unspoiled beauty, and varied landscape of Iceland - and definitely, this is a destination that I recommend one take their time visiting. I recently traveled to Iceland for a 4-night solo adventure. I stayed in Reykjavik and used that as my home base for exploring the country. As an independent female traveler, I felt very safe when venturing out at any hour, day or night. I was able to connect with locals, enjoyed guided tours and the opportunity to explore on my own. Everyone was warm and welcoming. Iceland is at the top of adventure travel bucket lists, for good reason: Hiking trails, geothermal springs and other unique worldly landscapes are plentiful. I had the great fortune to see Pingvellir National Park, the Gulfoss waterfall, Skogafoss waterfall and the Frioheimar greenhouse - first- hand. The cherry on the top of my fabulous vacation was a dip in the famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Definitely a "must do"!

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