Both in winter and summer, a jaunt to Northern Iceland will offer a truly extraordinary experience. The region is wholly remote and bleak in parts but then your eye is constantly drawn to spectacular geysers, rock formations, active volcanoes and incomparable sunsets.
A trip in winter is for the intrepid traveler, especially as Iceland only gets a few hours of sunshine per day, but the chance to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights makes it worth while. The summer sees the region come alive with wildlife. This is the perfect time for whale watching, walking, white water rafting trip or expedition caving.