Is Iceland A Destination Worth Saving Up For?

Is Iceland a vacation destination worth saving up for? Many ask and wonder. One thing is for sure. This country is renowned for its spectacular natural beauty. Becoming the next hot spot on the map and making it in the international news, Iceland has long been a photographer’s paradise. Its truly a beautiful country to visit and is certainly worth saving up for. Once you read and see beautiful picture of Iceland, I’m sure you would want to head to the bank and keep aside few bucks like how I did. With prices now at their lowest in years, there really has never been a better time to visit this beautiful country.

Things To See In Iceland

Cavebirds - Iceland Nature Beauty

Cavebirds | (cc) Photo By Stuck in Customs

Although this island lack trees, the landscape is enhanced by hot springs, volcanoes, thermal pools, glaciers and numerous geysers in return. So let’s get you excited shall we? First and foremost, there has never been a cheaper time to visit Iceland, and this incredible country is now within reach to travelers around the world. Iceland is on top of the list of being at the top for adventure holidays. It burst with natural attractions and landscape. As it has been making all kinds of lists this year, you will know that indisputably it’s one of the most spectacular destinations in the world.

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall Iceland

Iceland’s Seljalandsfoss waterfall at midnight | (cc) Photo By Trey Ratcliff

Make 2013 the best opportunity to make your way to a place with the perfect backdrops on earth. Take pleasure in diverse activities like horse riding, glacier hiking, whale watching and white water rafting. Follow it with by relaxing geothermal spa in the renowned Blue Lagoon. Not enough? Let’s not leave out the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik, and while there the opportunity for you to see the nature’s wonder – Northern Lights. It’s a surreal show in the skies above. You know that you can’t possible not talk about food. After all, food is something you should try whenever you go to a different part of the world. The food here is influenced by Scandinavian and European cuisines, which are based on lamb and fish. Try salmon served in many forms or try the special dishes like Hangikjot (smoked lamb) and Hardfiskur (dried fish).

Aurora Over Jokulsarlon, Reykjavik, Iceland

Aurora Over Jokulsarlon, Reykjavik | (cc) Photo By Unknown

So, are you up to go beyond the ‘usual sunny vacation destination’ and walk into a more ‘magnificent destination’ this year? A host of natural marvels awaits you there, where you can explore the secrets of our mother nature. Now, is it worth saving up to visit Iceland?

19 Responses to “Is Iceland A Destination Worth Saving Up For?”

  1. Iceland is perfect! the waterfall is absolutely fabulous!

  2. Freya says:

    I so want to go to Iceland during summer, it looks so beautiful.
    Stunning photos !
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  3. Bianca says:

    Great post. This is on my list for next year. I also want to take my time with Iceland. I would hopefully like to spend a week there if I can afford to.

    • Salika Jay says:

      Welcome to my travel blog, Bianca! :) It’s always good to take some time to experience a place. Hope you get to spend a week in Iceland.

  4. Debbie says:

    Iceland was never top on my must see list, but it definitely moved up the list now. Iceland definitely looks like a place I would like to see! It looks breathtakingly beautiful. Thanks for sharing :)
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  5. Arianwen says:

    Amazing photos – especially the way you captured the falling water. It looks very inviting!
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  6. I had no idea Iceland has no trees — that’s so interesting. I’m sure that doesn’t detract from its beauty. It’d definitely be the kind of place I’d want to visit.
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    • Salika Jay says:

      Nature’s wonders are amazing, isn’t it? But it’s a country full of natural beauty. Northern lights alone is enough for me to visit Iceland.

  7. Many years ago, a friend of mine visited Iceland — at the time, you never heard of tourists going there. I’ve been fascinated by Iceland ever since she talked about her trip, but for some reason haven’t made it there yet. Would love to see all that natural beauty.
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    • Salika Jay says:

      It sure is one of those countries that we don’t think of when traveling. Turns out, it’s a great vacation destination for especially for the nature lovers.

  8. The Seljalandsfoss waterfall is really a heaven. I would love see that falls personally.
    I hope I could visit Iceland soon.

    Des
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  9. Cj Thapa says:

    Wow!!! Amazed by the beauty. Just wondering is there help of Photoshop? Especially in second picture. Well, if not then it is just great great….

    Really must go place, for food also :)
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  10. We visited Iceland last summer and it really is a spectacular country filled with some of the most beautiful scenery we’ve ever seen. One of these days we’d love to return to see the Northern Lights.
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    • Salika Jay says:

      Northern Lights itself is a nature’s wonder and I’m sure seeing it in a beautiful country like Iceland would make it look even better.