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Iceland, the country located on the tip of the north pole has not only a strong natural allure but also has a mythical past stretching back to the time when the trolls walked on the earth… or at-least says the Icelandic Sagas in which such creatures featured prominently alongside the human race.

Never heard of Icelandic Sagas? Check the book recommendation below.

Fun fact: The official name of Iceland is ‘Island’ (pronounced as ees-land), it’s an Icelandic word which means land of ice a.k.a Iceland.


Recommended Reading on Iceland

   The best selling Iceland travel guide    The Classic Icelandic Saga

 

These 20+ images from flickr users will leave you with a deep sensory impact. It surely worked for me, and I hope you too get the inspiration to pack your bags…

 

Iceland by NASA
‘Iceland’ quite literally

Iceland as seen from a satellite by NASA. Notice the only part not under the ice sheet is the southern and western coast of Iceland.

Mystical Northern Lights over Iceland
Mystical Northern Lights over Iceland

Iceland is one of the best places to witness the magic of the nature, and winter is the best time to go.

 

Skogafoss, Reminds you how tiny we all are
Skogafoss, Reminds you how tiny we all are

One of those places where you feel like you are walking inside a giant theme park.

 

Living under the sparkling sky. Iceland
Living under the sparkling sky

Imagine living under a fully lit sky, nights after nights. Dreamy for sure!

 

The Majestic Ring Road, Iceland
The Majestic Ring Road

The only highway in Iceland, the ring road takes you around the island.

 

Hope of Spring, Iceland farmhouses
Hope of Spring, Iceland farmhouses

A beautiful farm house in midst of green field and blooming flowers.

 

Reykjavik, most beautiful capital hands down
Reykjavik, most beautiful capital hands down

A bird’s eye view of Reykjavik with its colorful rooftops

 

Icelandic Turf House
Icelandic Turf House

In tune with mother earth – the typical Icelandic turf houses – are designed to protect yourself from harsh weather.

 

Puffins, The cutest bird alive
Puffins, The cutest bird alive

Puffins! I could stare at them for hours. Sadly, they are hunted and eaten by the natives. Go vegetarians guys, seriously.

 

The Magical Land, Iceland
The Magical Land, Dreaming of You

 

 

We are the living, Iceland off-road driving
We are the living, Iceland off-road driving

What to do in Iceland? Just rent a 4×4 and get on the road!

 

The Bubble is about to burst, Sstrokkur geyser
The Bubble is about to burst, Strokkur geyser

The original Geyser is no more but Strokkur, its neighbour, works well. It’s a part of Golden circle tour.

 

The black beach, Vik, South Iceland
The black beach, Vik, South Iceland

 

Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The legendary Blue Lagoon. Who wants to come out once you are in? This man made lagoon is located on the way between the airport and Reykjavik.

 

The Lone Church
The Lone Church

 

 

Kirkjufell, Snæfellsnes, Iceland
Kirkjufell, Snæfellsnes, Iceland

A beautiful waterfall and sparkling Northern Lights, couldn’t get any better.

 

Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik
Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik

Would you believe me if I say you are looking at a church?


How do you like these pictures, Inspiring or Boring? Let me know in the comments…

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Solo traveler. Blogger. from Dehradun.
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