With much of the world currently closed, there is still no reason why we can’t use the time inside to hope for happier times. And there is no doubt that there will be a lot of pent-up wanderlust waiting to be satisfied once this unfortunate situation has passed. Where are you going if it’s safe? And have you ever thought about visiting Iceland in the summer?

You may have heard that Iceland is a must-see country, full of lagoons, waterfalls, mountains and lakes. If this is the case, what you have heard is absolutely correct! Iceland is truly a dream place to visit in the summer; it is a time when the country offers visitors opportunities for adventure and long days.

What adventures can you have in Iceland? Read on to discover some of the undeniable reasons to visit this beautiful country, and I hope that you will soon be convinced to choose Iceland as your next vacation destination.

24 Hours Of Daylight

One of the many awesome things that you can discover during your visit to Iceland is almost 24 hours of daylight. No, this is not a joke. From May to July 30, it is not night, because the sun hardly sets in summer. Pretty exciting, right? This does not mean that the summers are too hot in Iceland. The typical temperatures in Iceland in the summer are 10 to 15°C (50 to 60°F), so you can enjoy every Minute of your stay without worrying that it’s too hot. In addition, the phenomenon of the midnight sun allows you to maximize your outdoor activities and have fun without the usual “daily restrictions”.

Natural Environment

Do you like nature? With the incredible natural environment of Iceland, we are convinced that the most mundane tourist attractions that you are used to are not comparable. In many parts of the world, the excessive influx of tourists and their interaction with the environment leads to deterioration, but in Iceland this may not be the case. Instead, in Iceland, you will discover the true color of nature that will seduce you every summer. Start packing your bags and get ready to immerse yourself in the wonders of Icelandic nature. Let the cool Breeze pass through your face and breathe in fresh air. Feel the sparkling fresh water and admire the beautiful sky. It is a place that takes you away from the hustle and bustle of urban life and allows you to breathe in complete tranquility and enjoy nature.

Relax in luxury

When you visit Iceland, you don’t have to sacrifice luxury at the cost of incredible adventures and activities. You can enjoy the best of both worlds and certainly the best of Iceland. Since the opening of the first five-star luxury hotel on the sapphire Lagoon, Iceland has made a name for itself when it comes to luxury travel. The best way to discover this remarkable country is pure luxury. With world-class accommodation and a selection of activities at your fingertips.

One of the best ways to relax in luxury is to swim in Iceland’s famous geothermal pools and natural hot springs. These heated pools are so therapeutic: just dive in, relax and look at the sky. It makes you forget all your worries and refreshes your body and mind.

Adventure in style

Get ready for an adventure through a unique landscape and please your inner explorer. When it comes to adventure and activities, the possibilities are endless! Whether you climb the famous Eyjafjallajökull Glacier, which erupted for a snowmobile adventure in 2010, or ride the Icelandic horse, known for its five lanes and its ability to cross rough terrain, you will leave unforgettable memories.

In the summer, you can really bring the wildlife to life, as Iceland has many bird species that migrate at this time of year. You will see a lot of cetacean along the coast and will probably spot a puffin. The puffin is considered the mascot of Iceland, because we receive about 8 to 10 million puffins every summer.