While the country is home to boiling mud pools, color-streaked skies ablaze with the Northern Lights, and its now-famous glowing Blue Lagoon, it was one volcano in particular that caught French writer Jules Verne's imagination in Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Go Ahead travelers Jerry and Frances have seen stunning landscapes, met welcoming locals and followed alongside expert Tour Directors on four tours. Here, Jerry shares some of his tips and memories from their journeys.
Southwest Iceland is home to Gulffoss, also known as the Golden Waterfall, which shines amidst an untouched natural landscape. Read on to take a closer look at this captivating cataract, which is considered one of the most famous waterfalls in all of Iceland.
A refreshing dip in the water is one of the best ways to beat the summer heat. From deep lakes to natural pools to salty seas, we've rounded up six swimming spots around the world where the incredible views are worth soaking up too.
Iceland is a country unlike any other—between the miles of green plains and rocky lava fields, it's hard to believe something quite like this exists. Here are some of the exciting (and strange!) things that make Iceland so unique.
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