Glacier walk & swimming in Iceland

05/02/2020 14:02

Meet Clara, our incredible senior reservation agent.

Here are few of her favorite things to do in Iceland.

There are endless things to do and see in Iceland. But if I had to choose I would highly recommend going on a glacier walk. It is something indescribable, something one must just try. The peace and energy you feel once on the glacier is something extraordinary.

I also love visiting the local geothermal swimming pools. It is a healthy, fun and popular activity amongst both locals and travelers. And then I like to end the day with a Happy Hour at one of the local bars, Kaffibarinn being one of my favorites.

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