TRAVELING around Iceland is a dream of everybody. You’ve to be brave to tolerate the coldness and walk its barren landscapes, to spend time observing puffins and Icelandic horses in their heavy winter coats, and the turf-roofed houses are giving you cozy dreams. If you’re on the fence about traveling to Iceland, here are several reasons why exploring this amazing country is the best decision you’ll ever make. Source: Matador Network

Aldeyjarfoss Photo Vincent Guth

Aldeyjarfoss Photo Vincent Guth

Artic Foxes Photo Jonatan Pie

Artic Foxes Photo Jonatan Pie

Bolton Strid Photo Martin Jernberg

Bolton Strid Photo Martin Jernberg

Icelandic Horses Photo Alice Donovan Rouse

Icelandic Horses Photo Alice Donovan Rouse

Jökulsárlón Photo Roxanne Desgagnés

Jökulsárlón Photo Roxanne Desgagnés

Kirkjufell, or Church Mountain, played peek-a-boo behind rolling clouds of fog, and as snow started falling around mountain. Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Kirkjufell, or Church Mountain, played peek-a-boo behind rolling clouds of fog, and as snow started falling around mountain. Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Kirkjufellsfoss Beautiful spot in the western part of Iceland.Photo Credit Michael Matti

Kirkjufellsfoss Beautiful spot in the western part of Iceland.Photo Credit Michael Matti

Landmannalaugar Photo Amy Hanley

Landmannalaugar Photo Amy Hanley

Mossy landscape Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Mossy landscape Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Öxarárfoss, one of the prime spots on the Golden Circle. Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Öxarárfoss, one of the prime spots on the Golden Circle. Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

Seljalandsfoss Photo Robert Lukeman

Seljalandsfoss Photo Robert Lukeman

Solheimasandur plane wreck Photo Thomas Tucker

Solheimasandur plane wreck Photo Thomas Tucker

Svartifoss Photo Sebastian Beun

Svartifoss Photo Sebastian Beun

Svartifoss, or Black Fall, which has the unique distinction of being surrounded by hexagonal basalt columns.

Svartifoss, or Black Fall, which has the unique distinction of being surrounded by hexagonal basalt columns.

The blue of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier in the Skaftafell section of Vatnajökull National Park transported to another planet and the color of the ice Photo Credit Elisabeth Bren

The blue of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier in the Skaftafell section of Vatnajökull National Park transported to another planet and the color of the ice Photo Credit Elisabeth Bren

The chunks of ice at the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

The chunks of ice at the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Photo Credit Elisabeth Brentano

The ice of Vatnajökull National Park Photo Davide Cantelli

The ice of Vatnajökull National Park Photo Davide Cantelli

The Mountain Snaefellsnes Photo Credit Paul Sullivan

The Mountain Snaefellsnes Photo Credit Paul Sullivan

The northern lights Thórsmörk Photo Jonatan Pie

The northern lights Thórsmörk Photo Jonatan Pie

The unusual architecture

The unusual architecture

The wildlife Puffins Photo David Klaasen

The wildlife Puffins Photo David Klaasen

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