What other attractions are there in Iceland aside from the northern lights?

Northern Lights may be the main event but there is certainly more to Iceland all year round. Chill out in the capital Reykjavik and make a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Thingvellir National Park. If Luxe Travel Insiders prefer something more active, take a snowmobile tour or experience ice fishing. The activities centred around the Iceland glaciers such as hiking, ice climbing and skiing can be done all year round, even during summer.

One of Iceland’s top attractions is to soak in the geothermal seawater hot springs in the Blue Lagoon. The water is rich in silica, algae and minerals, and though it is white, under the sun, it takes on a bright blue hue. Spend a few hours soaking and relaxing in this amazing natural formation.

Head to the western Borgarfjordur region where Luxe Travel Insiders will see most of the Icelandic sagas. The area’s landscape, nature and culture bring the history of man and nature to life. To see the country’s magnificent volcanoes, waterfalls and black beaches, take a road trip along the south coast of Iceland.

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