Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Iceland

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Iceland according to ETIC Hotels

Hotel Kea By Keahotels

Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Restaurant,Fitness centre,Room service,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
ETIC Silver rating

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Lamb Inn Ongulsstadir

Free parking,Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Family rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Restaurant,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
ETIC Bronze rating

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  • Official Name:Republic of Iceland

  • Capital:Reykjavik

  • Population:341,243

  • Area:103,000 km²

  • Major Languages:Icelandic

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:83.07 years

  • Currency:Icelandic Krona

10 Things To Do In Iceland

  • 1. Explore the Golden Circle

    Visit the Geysir geothermal area, Gullfoss waterfall, and Þingvellir National Park.

  • 2. Relax in the Blue Lagoon

    Enjoy the geothermal spa and its milky-blue waters amid a lava field.

  • 3. Discover the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon

    Experience the otherworldly landscape and floating icebergs of this stunning lagoon.

  • 4. Explore the Vatnajökull National Park

    Hike through diverse landscapes, including glaciers, waterfalls, and volcanic terrains.

  • 5. Visit the charming town of Akureyri

    Explore the cultural attractions, botanical garden, and nearby natural wonders.

  • 6. Experience the northern lights

    Witness the magical auroras during the winter months in Iceland.

  • 7. Explore the Snæfellsnes Peninsula

    Discover dramatic coastlines, lava fields, and the iconic Snæfellsjökull volcano.

  • 8. Go on a whale-watching tour

    Spot various whale species, including humpback whales and orcas, off Iceland`s coast.

  • 9. Explore the highlands of Landmannalaugar

    Hike through colorful rhyolite mountains and relax in natural hot springs.

  • 10. Taste Icelandic delicacies

    Try traditional dishes like hákarl (fermented shark), pylsur (hot dogs), and Icelandic pastries.

5 Most Visited Cities In Iceland

  • Reykjavik





When To Go To Iceland

  • Iceland`s enchantment reaches its peak during the summer months (June to August) when the midnight sun graces the landscape with endless daylight. The Ring Road encircles the island, unveiling majestic waterfalls, dramatic fjords, geothermal wonders, and vibrant bird colonies. Glaciers, volcanoes, and hot springs define Iceland`s unique terrain, while the Blue Lagoon provides a relaxing retreat. Despite its name, Iceland`s warm hospitality and otherworldly landscapes create an adventure that invites exploration and connection with nature.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Iceland

Find the complete travel guide for Iceland

  • - Check entry requirements based on your nationality and ensure you have the necessary documents.
    - Respect the natural environment and follow responsible tourism practices.
    - Be cautious of changing weather conditions; prepare for rain, wind, and varying temperatures.
    - Explore Iceland`s stunning landscapes, including waterfalls, glaciers, and geothermal areas.
    - Experience the unique culture, traditions, and cuisine of Iceland.

  • Office Tourism of Iceland

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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