If you want your honeymoon to look like a scene out of the North in Game of Thrones, opt for Iceland! Located on the edge of the Arctic Ocean, the country is known as the land of ice and lava, offering newly-wed couples lots of adventure, romance and relaxation. Get ready to visit the most peculiar and bizarre natural landscapes as well as relaxing in turquoise lakes and design hotels.

Located in the country’s National Park, Silfra is the only diving spot in the world where you can dive between two tectonic plates: the North American and Eurasian plates! Still not sure where to go?

This is not just another waterfall; famed for the elegant and amazing setting that amazes every sightseer and it totally worth a visit, you should also go through the back of the waterfall…wearing your raincoat.

A spectacle of nature that should not be missed…The second largest city of Iceland, Akruyeri, is said to be the best place to watch the Northern Lights, especially if it’s a cold, clear night and you are standing away from artificial sources of  light.

This is the idyllic hotel to experience Iceland to the fullest, both the country’s adventurous and relaxing aspects. The hotel is located close to all the sights and landmarks of Reykjavik and is designed according to Icelandic aesthetics. Enjoy your drink in the glass bar, which seems to float above the slope, offering breath taking views of the Northern Lights as well as Lake Thingvellir. Relax in the lava spa and later in the evening taste Icelandic cuisine at its finest.

Gulfoss, the Gold Waterfall, is one of Europe’s most impressive. There you will see thousands of tonnes of frozen water falling as the same time while creating a deep canyon.

The Great Ice Canyon looks completely made up, but the truth is that you have just never seen such a wonderful creation of Nature.

No one can visit Iceland without visiting the amazing Geyser Blow, which reaches a height of 30 meters.

This impressive attraction lies within the “heart” of the glacier Breidamerkurjokull. This is where you will set your eyes upon crystalline and magnificent scenery, which invites all adventurers to discover it.

Visit this unique and incredibly popular geothermal spa, with dozens of lakes connected by wooden bridges, which is located about 40 kilometres from Reykjavik. Relax in the warm turquoise waters, which are rich in minerals, such as silica and sulphur, enjoy a drink at the bar or choose a massage while you are in the lake.

It has been described as the “most unusual beach in the world”. The volcanic beach Vik will surely impress you with its black volcanic sand as well as with the amazing contrast created by the white of the waves against the black scenery.

Godafoss, which means the Waterfall of the Gods, is part of the country’s National Park and is definitely one of the most impressive natural landmarks you’ll visit. You will find it in the mountainous area of Sprengisandur. It is 12 metres high and 30 metres wide!
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