The mix of volcanic mountains and glaciers which have shaped the Icelandic landscape has created awe-inspiring scenery in which to enjoy an activity holiday.
From areas of complete serenity to dramatic, raw wilderness and wildlife, Iceland has something for everybody.
Visitors can explore regions which have remained unchanged for a thousand years or relax in a geothermically heated pool, which are part of the daily lifestyle of Icelandic natives.
There are plenty of activities on offer, such as glacier exploring on a snowmobile or in a super-jeep, river-riding in a kayak or just enjoying the sublime views on a hiking trip up one of Iceland's many large hills.
In the winter, tourists can also take to the slopes in many parts of the country to brush up on their skiing skills.
There are three national parks to enjoy – the Vatnajökull National Park, Thingvellir, and the Snæfellsjökull National Park – all with their own points of interest.