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Reykjavic, Iceland. The country's capital.
The majority of Icelands pop-ulation lives in the city centre. Outside of the city is where you will find all of the nations treasures.
Wild horses, waterfalls, volcanoes, hot springs, and geysers as well as other magical landscapes.
Europe's largest waterfall, Gullfoss,  sits 1.5 hours inland from the western coast and is free to visit.
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 especially while traveling on my own.  Icelandic people are extremley friendly! Iceland actually sits really high on my list of some of the favourite countries I've been to. I've never experienced anywhere quite like it. It's so mysterious and mystical.

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.
​ 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. Horseback riding through the mountains and rent a car to discover all else the island has to offer.


Justin Bieber filmed a
music video in Iceland. The producers managed to get some breathtaking shots across the island. Check it out for yourself to get a better idea of this beautiful country looks like!




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I visited Iceland on my way to moving to England. This was in July 2015.
Back then, it was pretty rare to come across anyone who had actually visited Iceland and is defintely growing to be a popular destination.
​It was summer time 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 as well as a head band, you can really feel the wind !
During summer you will find Iceland to be extremley green, and experience daylight 24 hours a day!
It was super interesting to visit a country where the sun didn't go down at night time, so cool! 
Peak season for Northern Lights is September through March when the nights are extremely long.

An Entrance Visa is not required for entry into Iceland for Canadian citizens.
All visas have different regulations and differ from country to country and may require a processing fee. 

Be sure to check the immigration website to determine whether you may require a visa to enter the country. 
Australian citizens do not require a visa to enter Iceland.

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