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Seljalandsfoss waterfall Iceland | Ingenious Travel

Posted in Europe, Travel, on 24 May 2019, by , 0 Comments

Iceland has become an increasingly popular destination for luxury travelers. It is the perfect trip for seasoned travelers, solo travelers, or adventurous families looking for a unique experience. Iceland is considered to be one of the safest countries on earth, so it is a popular destination for solo female travelers.

An Icelandic vacation can be filled with outdoor adventure or laid back and focused on its vibrant art and restaurant scenes. Regardless of what brings you to Iceland, it’s guaranteed to be a vacation you will never forget.

Most visitors are attracted to Iceland’s unique and varied landscape – this ice-capped, unspoiled, land is almost indescribable. Iceland’s dramatic vistas take center stage in many movies and tv shows. Its spectacular black volcanic fields, rocky beaches, majestic mountains, impressive glaciers, and vast areas of pristine snow have been the setting for productions such as Interstellar, Thor: The Dark World, Journey to the Center of the Earth, and Game of Thrones.

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Posted in Adventure Travel, Family Travel, Girlfriend Getaways, Travel, Uncategorized, Unique Getaways, on 4 September 2015, by , 0 Comments

Iceland Hot Springs | Ingenious TravelIceland

is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with rich culture, lovely attractions and stunning scenery. Home to loads of incredible waterfalls, exploding sulphur geysers, geothermal pools and natural hot springs, Iceland is definitely a fascinating place worth visiting. Located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rift zone, Iceland is a volcanic island, making it a perfect place to enjoy loads of geothermal activities than any other county in the world. Iceland, one of the coldest destinations on earth, is home to over 200 geothermal areas spread across the island producing 800 hot springs with an average water temperature of around 75°C / 167°F.

In a place with such iconic scenery and stunning landscape, the best way to get to the most of your trip in Iceland is getting outdoors. You can spend quality time exploring the magnificent hot springs Iceland has to offer. Enjoy great moments hiking for days or take a plunge in one of the many hot springs here, often in amazingly beautiful location. Iceland’s hot springs is considered one of the best places to soak any aches away while admiring the surrounding mountains, seascapes and volcanoes. While some hot springs have the perfect temperature to soak yourself away, others are extremely hot. Here is a list of the popular spots that attracts thousands of locals and tourists alike

Reykjadalur

Located close to Reykjavik, Iceland’s most vibrant city, Reykjadulur, meaning steam valley, is one of the best places for hiking. Hiking up to the warm rivers that flows down Reykjadalur is not demanding. Here, visitors can stop to take beautiful pictures of all the fascination bubbling muddy hot springs as well as incredible waterfall in the gorge while hiking. So, it is advisable to come along with a camera and extra batteries.

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