Iceland is a country in the making, a vast volcanic laboratory where mighty forces shape the land and shrink you to an awestruck speck. The countryâ€™s natural features eruptions of lava; gushing geysers such as Geysir in The Golden Circle (the original after which all were named); hot springs; tearing fissures and slow, grinding glaciers are so cinematic that at times they seem unreal. Bathe in turquoise pools, stand behind a toppling cascade or walk across a glaring-white icecap to experience the full weirdness of Icelandic nature.
The landscape is infectious: hidden energy and a desire to shape the world are Icelandic traits. Head to the bohemian village of SeyÃ°isfjÃ¶rÃ°ur in The East, and don't miss vibrant ReykjavÃk. That clean, green little capital, must contain the worldâ€™s highest concentration of dreamers, authors, poets and musicians; you'll meet them on the high-spirited runtur, the cityâ€™s wheeling weekend pub crawl. Icelandâ€™s creatures are larger-than-life too: thereâ€™s no better place on earth to come eye-to-eye with sleek, spouting whales than in HÃºsavÃk. Fearless little puffins flutter and bill in their millions along the tops of towering sea-cliffs.
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