Iceland has a long and fascinating history of folklore, traditions, and superstitions. Since the dawn of time, Icelanders have been relaying fantastical tales of extraordinary encounters and celebrating unusual traditions.
Iceland experienced a 24% increase of foreign overnight visitors in 2017 up from 1.6 million to 2.2 million in 2014. Visitors flock to Iceland because of its natural beauty and astounding scenery that you cannot find easily elsewhere in the world. Here 3 things that you must do on a visit to Iceland, the land of Fire and Ice.
Iceland is rich with natural wonder and beauty. Since the very beginnings of its settlement, a balance has been struck between preserving and utilizing the fruits of Iceland’s geography. As the tourism industry has exploded in Iceland the scales have tipped and brought about a critical need for protective measures. Tourists coming to enjoy all the splendor that Iceland has to offer can do so with care and consciousness of the impact they each have on this delicate environment.