For those who want to vis­it Ice­land, we have pre­pared the TOP 5 best ways to spend time in this coun­try. Here you will find out about the places worth vis­it­ing in the first place.
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Entry relat­ed to loca­tion: Ice­land

1. See an active vol­cano

Ice­land is known for its many vol­ca­noes, as it is of vol­canic ori­gin and is locat­ed in a hotspot, on a moun­tain range in the mid-Atlantic. There are approx­i­mate­ly 130 vol­canic peaks here. Since the for­ma­tion of Ice­land in 874, 18 of these vol­ca­noes have erupt­ed. The most active and unsta­ble vol­cano in this coun­try is Grimsv?tn. We talked about some of them in a selec­tion of pho­tographs with vol­canic erup­tions. Over the past 500 years, Ice­land’s vol­ca­noes have eject­ed one-third of the world’s lava, which is why it is best to watch lava flows here.
active volcano

2. Vis­it the Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is Ice­land’s most pop­u­lar geot­her­mal resort and an excit­ing place to get a good swim and improve your health. From the out­side, the lagoon looks like a huge nat­ur­al open-air swim­ming pool. The water tem­per­a­ture here is approx­i­mate­ly 37–39 degrees Cel­sius. Vol­canic hot sea water is rich in min­er­als such as sul­fur and quartz. It is use­ful in var­i­ous skin con­di­tions such as pso­ri­a­sis. You can swim here all year round, regard­less of the sea­son, the water will always be very warm.
lagoon

3. Walk under the water­fall

Vis­it the Sko­gafos water­fall, one of Ice­land’s most famous water­falls, falling 60 meters high. The most inter­est­ing moment is the walk under the water­fall, where you can see Sko­gath­os from the oth­er side and take amaz­ing pho­tos
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4. Stand on the glac­i­er

Glac­i­ers and ice sheets make up 11 per­cent of the entire ter­ri­to­ry of Ice­land. Here you can go on a trip with a pro­fes­sion­al guide and climb to the sur­face of the glac­i­er. The most fun way to do this is to go on a snow­mo­bile tour. One of the most excit­ing places for such an adven­ture will be the glacial lagoon, which we wrote about ear­li­er.
glacier

5. See a real geyser

Ice­land is home to one of the most famous gey­sers in the world, Geysir. This is a hot spring that throws columns of water and steam high into the air. In fact, the word “geyser” comes from the Ice­landic lan­guage, and all oth­er gey­sers in the world are named after Geysir. At the best of times, the spring throws out columns of water up to 70 meters high.
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This was an overview of the top 5 things to do in Ice­land, thanks for read­ing.