冰岛潜水 | From Dive.is
黄金圈地图 | From Go The Scenic Route
The Golden Circle is a Must Do when visiting Iceland. On the Golden Circle, you'll see the breathtaking waterfall Gullfoss, the Geysir hot spring area (where you can witness the geyser Strokkur erupting every few minutes) and you'll go to Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
辛格维利尔国家公园 | From Iceland 24
朝阳映衬下间歇泉泉水喷涌而出 | From Nordic Visitor Iceland
冬日的黄金瀑布 | From Fun Iceland
雪地摩托 | From snowmobile.is
It only takes about half a day to see all three locations so it's ideal to combine the Golden Circle with another half a day trip.If you want some action, you can go on a Golden Circle and Snowmobiling Tour, or combine it with snorkelling. If you prefer a less active combination, you could go caving or bathe at the Blue Lagoon on the same day as you visit the Golden Circle.
蓝湖 | From No Destination
Why not venture a little further away from Reykjavík, heading north to Akureyri? Akureyri is the capital of the north and the second biggest town in Iceland besides the greater Reykjavík area.
阿克雷里街头 | From Iceland Mag
Not far from Akureyri is the stunning Lake Mývatn. There are plenty of attractions in the area, ranging from rich flora and fauna, waterfalls, volcanoes, craters and geothermal activity.
米湖 | From Gray Line Iceland
Námaskarð is the area you'll want to visit for bubbling hot springs, colourful ground and that sulphur smell you'll either love or hate. It was said that, “If you want to walk on the barren land of the Mars, Námaskarð geothermal area can bring you closer to your dream.”
Námaskarð 硫酸蒸汽温泉 | From Guide to Iceland
Thrihnukagigur 火山口 | From Hey Iceland
Iceland is known to be the land of fire and ice, or the land of volcanoes and glaciers. This Thrihnukagigur Volcano Tour on the other hand, offers you the chance to go INSIDE! You'll be greeted with a colourful cave that's large enough to fit the Statue of Liberty.
This is the only place in the world where you can go inside a volcanic magma chamber and this tour is only available in the summertime, with limited availability - so be sure to book it early.
Thrihnukagigur 火山内部 | From Guide to Iceland
Snorkelling in the Silfra fissure, one of the best diving sites in the world. The water is so crystal clear.
在史费拉大裂缝潜水 | From extremeiceland.is
雷神谷 | From Nordic Visitor Iceland
Thor's Valley, or Landmannalaugar, in south Iceland's highlands is a must visit in summer. The Icelandic highlands are only accessible during summertime, from late June or early July until September.
Þórsmörk translates to “Thor's Valley”; an impressive name for an impressive location. In order to reach Þórsmörk, you'll need to cross some rivers, go over some rocky roads and traverse mountain paths. Covered with birch trees and rock formations, this valley is lush and harsh simultaneously, making it a definite must-do for all nature lovers.
雷神谷徒步者 | From Midgard Adventure
Landmannalaugar is equally stunning, although in a completely different way! Landmannalaugar is full of colourful sandy and rocky mountains, with little vegetation.
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If you don't have much time in Iceland but still want to get as much glacier action in as possible, then you should book this glacier hiking and boat day tour to go hiking on Iceland's largest glacier, Vatnajökull.
瓦特纳冰川 | From Holidayguru.ie
斯奈山半岛 | From Gray Line Tours
Snæfellsnes peninsula is breathtakingly beautiful, filled with pretty waterfalls, birdlife, lava fields, black pebbly beaches and impressive mountains. And the cherry on top, Snæfellsjökull glacier, crowning the tip of the peninsula. Snæfellsjökull glacier is also a volcano. This volcano was the entry point to the centre of the earth in Jules Verne's famous novel, "Journey to the Centre of the Earth."
斯奈山冰川和火山 | From Windows 10 SpotLight Images
雷达仁迪洞穴探险 | From Arctic Adventures
In wintertime, there are dozens of Northern Lights tours you can choose from. If you'd like to spice it up with some activity and lovely food, then this Northern lights, caving and lobster tour is a great winter choice. You start by exploring the great underground formations of Leiðarendi cave, followed by a lovely lobster feast in a local restaurant . After a nice meal, you'll set out in a comfortable jeep to go hunting for the Northern Lights—just make sure you pick a clear night to go!
冰岛极光美景 | From Gray Line Tours
杰古沙龙湖 | From Guide to Iceland
You will pass through picturesque fishing villages all the way, finally arriving at the breathtakingly beautiful Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. When you reach the glacier lagoon, you'll go on a boat trip between the chunks of ice in the lagoon. Right next to the lagoon is a black sandy beach that's covered with chunks of ice, earning it the name Diamond Beach, as the ice glistens like diamonds in the sunshine.
乘船深入杰古沙龙湖 | From Iceland 24
蓝冰洞 | From Twisted Sifter
The bonus of visiting Jökulsárlón in winter is that you can go into an ice cave. Ice caves are only accessible during winter time, as they disappear during summer. Each cave is unique and the caves vary in size and shape—but they all have this gorgeous blue colour. It's necessary to enter the caves with a guide that knows the area well and knows where it is safe to go.
深入“埋在地底的天堂” | From Bridges and Balloons