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Iceland Tourism

An extended particle of huge Europe, lying upon the merger of North Atlantic Ocean and Artic Ocean. It is a spectacular Island country embellished with animated landscapes and untouched natural features. As the name itself suggest, you are about to enter a paradise carved out from sands, ice and rocks.

The beautiful country remained veiled until the Viking explorers discovered it in 9th Century. Since then the country has experienced series of political transitions and natural destructions. Volcanic eruptions and plagues kept bringing down the population each time it tried to grow. They have their own language which is widely used all over the country. It is known as Icelandic. English is however been made compulsory in schools.

Talking about the geographical features of the place, it is a home to a few active volcanos. Beautiful white glaciers occupy approximately 10 percent of country’s land. Natural hot springs are smoking delights to the eyes. The convolutions of widespread lava fields have an enigmatic impact on the visitors. Over all it is a country bestowed with vivacious geographical feature.

Summers can be pleasant but the winters are freezing cold. The unrelenting natural conditions have given birth to strong and resilient residents who know how to manage in toughest of the situations. They lead a quality and modern life.

As far as the food is concerned, locals have an extraordinary affinity for fresh fishes. Apart from this, lamb and milk products also have a great meal value. Their meals are mostly dry, but juicy and savoury.

The Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon, Glaciers, the Northern Lights and many other astounding landscape vistas are the major temptations of Iceland. 

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