ICELAND

R E Y K J A V I K
G U L F O S S

21 JULY 2015

22 JULY 2015

WHAT TO DO |
ACTIVITIES

Visit the largest waterfall in
all of Europe - Gullfoss Waterfall
Along the way visit some of Icelands infamous Glaciers and Hot Springs.
Take a swim in the Blue Lagoon.

WEATHER |
& FYI

I visited Iceland on my way to moving to England. As this was in July 2015, it was more rare to come across anyone who had actually visited Iceland (in my age range anyhow, since at the time I was only 22 and traveling there on my own).

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23 JULY 2015

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Reykjavik Ink -
Reykajvik, Iceland

24 JULY 2015

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ICELAND

Visa not required for entry into Iceland for Canadian citizens. Be sure to check the immigration website to determine whether you may require a visa to enter the country

Metropolitan

Reykjavik, Iceland



WHAT TO DO
Go whale watching at Reykjavik Harbour. Visit some of Reykajvik's popular sights such as, Pingvellir, Jokulsarlon, Geysir, Harpa, Vatnajokull National Park, The National Museum of Iceland, Arbaejarsafn and The Iceland Plantation. If I ever get the chance to go back to Iceland, I would love to go horse back riding anf rent a car and see more of the island so I would recommend that for you as well!

WEATHER
It was summer when I left Canada and when I arrived in Iceland, it was absolutley freezing, even though it was technically still their summer as well. I wore as many layers as possible when I was out exploring. I would highly recommend ear muffs of a head band, that wind was brutal! Also, as it was summer, it was daylight 24/7. It was super interesting to visit a country where the sun didn't go down at night time, so cool!

OTHER
The majority of the population lives in the city centre and outside of the city is where you find all of the wild horses, waterfalls and other magical landscapes. You're best bet is to book a day trip or rent a car to discover all the beauty the island has to offer. For the most part, everyone spoke a decent amount of english, so it was fairly easy to get around and ask for directions and Icelandic people are extremley friendly!

LANGUAGE

Icelandic



CURRENCY

Icelandic Krona



CONTINENT

Europe