Iceland Travel Guide
Iceland is of volcanic origin and you see lava fields just about everywhere unless they are hidden under glaciers. This truly makes for a moon-like scenery. Iceland is still volcanically active and this gives rise to hot springs (pools) and geysers. The hills and lava fields make perfect conditions for spectacular waterfalls. And then there are large ice caves that you can explore. If you go in late fall, winter or early spring, you may see the aurora borealis, the Northern lights, which make for a truly special experience and truly memorable moments. Not to forget, there are only 360,000 people on the island and there is plenty of solitude and untouched nature to admire.
You get this travel guide in four popular file formats: PDF (best for printing), EPUB (universal ebook standard), AZW3 (next generation Kindle), MOBI (Kindle). This 215 page guide includes self-guided tours of Reykjavik, the Golden Circle, the Reykjanes Peninsula, the Diamond Circle and the Ring Road. I provide information about every attraction, links to google maps and additional reviews and, if available, links to the attraction websites.