Tips to Spend Summer Season in Iceland

Iceland is blessed with beautiful sceneries and thrilling opportunities for adventures. The cool ambience of the country is well-known across the world. The travelers will get to experience the beauty of the country in an exciting manner. If you are not travelling to Iceland, certainly you will miss one of the best potions of the world that have been attracting the tourists due to its unparalleled beauty. Home to unreasonable excellence Iceland with its crazy settings makes an extraordinary and striking picture of magnificence and quality. It is known for its torpid volcanoes, geysers, grandiose waterfalls, peaceful lakes, sprawling glaciers and seething seas.

Waterfall Dynjandi in Westfjords of Iceland
The Icelandic “Bridalveil Falls” are found in the Westfjords, but it’s not accessible but in summer and the shoulder season.

Iceland isn’t a trip for the timid or the favor holidaymaker. Making a trip to this island country needs mental quality to manage its frosty coldness, uncovered and fruitless wild tough scenes and the perils that ice slush or snow can bring to the easygoing drifter. It is, in any case, a paradise for nature sweethearts and scene picture takers and Iceland tour offers a test in its assorted variety a deceitful simplicity. Exploring this intriguing, magical country is an unforgettable experience, so if you’re looking to travel to a truly unique destination, Iceland is the perfect place, any time of year.

Landmannalaugar is amazing place in the highlands

Summers are brief in Iceland and the end of August feels like early fall. Most tours and adventure trips end in mid-September. Backroads are closed from mid-October to mid-may. The prices fall and there are fewer travelers so most places are not so crowded. This is a great time to enjoy spectacular fall colors though they are different from the usual autumn color show. Since Iceland does not have a lot of trees the color changes are mostly in the grass mosses and low shrubs. For the best fall foliage travel on the east coast which has lots of trees. Bring warm clothes and be prepared for the possible cold weather though you might get lucky and experience summer temperatures for a short time.

Iceland is a land of mixed wonders with many beautiful exciting attractions like the natural ice caves which are really stunning and breathtaking in view. These ice caves are indeed beautiful impressive sites which attract a lot of tourists each year. But all ice caves are not permanent as they melt during the summer season but most of them survive the short summer of Iceland.


Icebergs Iceland Ice Blocks Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
Iceberg Lagoon of Jökulsárlón, in south east Iceland.

If one gets a chance to watch the midnight sunlight the sky in different tones of pink and yellow then they will have had a beautiful experience already. This midnight sun lets one enjoy the long summer days of Iceland even more. It is out during summer months and the best place to see it would be near the sun voyager or by Grotta Reykjavik.  Summer is a great time to visit Iceland since it is an ideal spot for whale watching hiking and exploring the numerous outdoor activities the country has to offer. Experience the interesting summer nightlife with activities ranging from midnight golf to street parties with dancing and live music.