Iceland is an incredible country that is very hot at the moment as a global destination. I have visited three times in the last 12 months and each time it has brought new marvels. With bigger and better hotels being built to cater to a more sophisticated clientele it is making it’s mark. Alongside this Iceland’s food culture is continuing to garner worldwide reputation. Their lamb for example is divine. Why? Unlike other countries that export their best produce, Iceland keeps many of theirs in-house for local consumption.
Covering a vast area, if you have more than a couple of days, my best advice would be to leave Reykjavík, as enjoyable as the Golden Circle is, Iceland has thousands of waterfalls and vistas that could easily compete with those found around Reykjavík
In order to do this, helicopters and private charter aircraft are essential. However, the downside to air charter is that Iceland’s weather is very temperamental so helicopters are often delayed or cancelled, therefore one should always keep an open mind and be as flexible as possible. Private Guide World Wide has always excelled at being experienced well connected and resourceful.