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At times, a destination's natural beauty eclipses the lack of luxury offerings available. Iceland is one of those destinations.
Black-sand beaches. Towering craggy peaks. Steaming geysers, hot springs and active volcanoes. Thundering waterfalls, majestic fjords and more await in Iceland.
Opened in May 2011, the striking Harpa Concert Hall is Reykjavik's newest addition to its burgeoning design scene.
Yes, it may be a tourist trap, but soaking in the milky blue water of the Blaa lonid (blue lagoon) as the thick mist swirls around you is an enjoyable way to spend a free afternoon in Iceland.
One of the more definitive landmarks in Iceland is the immense 245' concrete tower of Hallgrimskirkja Church.
A highlight of our trip to Iceland was the drive around the popular "Golden Circle," which features three of the country's most spectacular natural wonders
For many fly-fishing enthusiasts, a trip to Iceland is at the top of their priority lists. The country offers more than 100 rivers in which to fish for Atlantic salmon, between June and September each year.
Much of Iceland is wild and inaccessible. The best (sometimes the only) way to see this dramatic country is by helicopter. Typically, tours circle dormant volcanic craters, land on immense glaciers and permit passengers to observe spectacular waterfalls and geothermal activity at close range.
Few places in the world are as pristine as Iceland. The island was formed on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge less than 18 million years ago, and today, it remains a hot spot of geothermal activity, with innumerable hot springs and geysers, as well as glacial rivers, thundering waterfalls and razor-sharp lava fields.
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Needless to say, the Harper Travel Office has been quite busy over the last 36 hours assisting roughly a dozen Harper members affected by the Icelandic volcano eruption.