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In enchanting Iceland, where community and sustainability form an important part of the cultural heart, you can journey through untouched landscapes and experience unique natural wonders.

The Icelandic Highlands stretch over 20,000 miles outside of the capital Reykjavik and across the southern part of the island. The unique geology that comes from this area being untouched by the population and formed by ancient volcanoes and seismic shifts make this an extraordinary place to visit for camping, hiking, climbing, nature spotting and photography.

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Thorsmork, which translates to Thor’s forest is a nature reserve nestled between three glaciers. Lush vegetation blooms beside wild rivers and barren black sands. Hiking through this special protected area give you the opportunity to discover hidden caves and spectacular trails.

The Landmannalaugar area is formed of otherworldly lava fields, looming mountains and stunning glaciers. Admire the view from the top of the Bláhnúkur (Blue Peak) volcano and explore lakes and stream vents created by centuries of volcanic activity. After a long day of hiking you can relax in the warm natural pools, ready for a new day of discovery.

Hekla is one of Iceland’s most active volcanoes. But don’t worry, scientists are constantly monitoring its activity to allow visitors safe passage across the lava fields and up to the summit. Turn your trip into an exhilarating experience by taking a snowmobile to the top and see this natural phenomenon up close.

In the summer months of June and July, Iceland experiences near constant sunlight. Make the most of this by playing a round of ‘midnight golf’, a truly unusual and incredible experience. Other activities include fishing, kayaking, horseback riding and heli-skiing, where you can experience more of Iceland’s magical natural landscapes while doing the things you love.

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