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Visit North Iceland is responsible for marketing and promotion of North Iceland which is a friendly and tranquil area with a population of 36 thousand, including Akureyri, the largest town outside Reykjavík, and a number of historic coastal towns. Most visited attractions are Vatnajökull National Park, where you find Dettifoss, Europe's most powerful waterfall and lake Mývatn geothermal region with hot springs, volcanic areas, craters, geothermal nature baths and amazing lava formations. We have magical winters with Iceland‘s most popular ski area, energising off-piste skiing and 13 Yule Lads (Santas) on top of unique locations for Northern Lights observation.

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    ICELAND WILL UPCYCLE YOUR LOCKDOWN SWEATPANTS INTO HIKING BOOTS

    ICELAND WILL UPCYCLE YOUR LOCKDOWN SWEATPANTS INTO HIKING BOOTS SWEATPANT BOOTS – THE ULTIMATE POST LOCKDOWN ADVENTURE KIT YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED After more than a year stifled in lockdown, Iceland wants you to reawaken your senses with an Ic…
  • Photo: Inspired by Iceland

    ICELAND WILL UPCYCLE YOUR LOCKDOWN SWEATPANTS INTO HIKING BOOTS

    ICELAND WILL UPCYCLE YOUR LOCKDOWN SWEATPANTS INTO HIKING BOOTS SWEATPANT BOOTS – THE ULTIMATE POST LOCKDOWN ADVENTURE KIT YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED After more than a year stifled in lockdown, Iceland wants you to reawaken your senses with an Ic…
  • Gyr Flacon in North Iceland

    Wildlife in North Iceland

    North Iceland is the destination in Iceland known for its accessible wildlife both on land and sea.
  • Visiting Goðafoss on an e-bike

    Visiting Goðafoss on an e-bike

    Júlli closes out his 5-day tour on the Diamond Circle with a visit to the scenic Goðafoss waterfall.

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