The Land of Fire and Ice: 10 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Iceland

Enjoying the view at Skogafoss waterfall in southern IcelandIceland is by far one of the most interesting and diverse landscapes I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. It’s full of canyons and waterfalls, black sand beaches and glaciers and even crashed airplanes – don’t worry, everyone survived. You can have rain, sun, and snow all in the same day – which actually happened while I was there – and let’s not forget about the wind. Boy, the wind is crazy.

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Iceland Must Haves

Starry Night Sweater
V-Neck Sweater
Red Cable Knit Sweater
Grey Knit Scarf
Striped Oversized Scarf
Women’s 32 Degrees Thermal Top
Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket
Zella Live In Legging
Women’s Sorel Waterproof Boot
Women’s Fleece Lined Beanie
Patagonia Fleece Vest
Columbia Pardon My Trench Rain Jacket

Iceland is a hot commodity right now and for good reason. If you’ve been on the fence about visiting Iceland, just do it. Book your ticket, rent a car, and set out on the open road in search of rainbows, waterfalls, and Icelandic horses. I promise, you won’t be disappointed. I have rounded up ten of my favorite photos from my recent trip to the Land of Fire and Ice in an effort to show you why you should visit this beautiful island.

Overlooking downtown Reykjavik

Basalt columns on black sand beach in Iceland

So, have I convinced you to book your ticket yet? I certainly hope so. If you have already been to Iceland, what was your favorite part? I loved the Icelandic horses, the amazing scenery, and the people! Icelandic people are some of the nicest I have ever met and definitely made my trip that much more enjoyable.

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