Many people schedule a stop in Reykjavik on their way between Europe and the US. And while that’s an economical way to get a quick taste of the country, it also means the visitor ends up missing so much of what the country has to offer.
From drinking and dining in Reykjavik to hiking on a glacier, white water rafting on a glacier-fed river, riding an Icelandic horse, watching whales in the ocean, or strolling on a black sand beach, there is so much to see and do in Iceland. Here are some resources to help you plan your visit.
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