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Akureyri And The North


The north of Iceland is a remote region of dramatic terrain dotted with volcanic rock formations, thermal springs and deep fjords. The gateway to this area is the small town of Akureyri, nestled on the side of the great fjord. In winter the area is surrounded by deep snow and enveloped in long nights, whilst summer offers opportunities to experience a region rich in wildlife – from the rare birdlife which comes to breed at Lake Myvatn, to Iceland’s best whale-spotting at Husavik.



Hotel Kea

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Akureyri And The North, Iceland
Named after the local cooperative who set up a number of the town’s most important institutions, the Hotel Kea is the best in town and provides a great base for exploring Akureyri and the surrounding area.

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Akureyri And The North, Iceland
Located a stone’s throw from the shores of Lake Mývatn, this modern hotel provides 41 simply furnished, comfortable rooms, some with spectacular views towards the lake itself.


Tailor-made Holidays

The Wild North West of Iceland

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Reykjavik, Iceland
Fly to Reykjavik and travel straight to the Blue Lagoon, located close to the airport. After a purifying soak in the vivid thermal waters, you will be transferred to your hotel in the capital. Explore Reykjavik and visit the geysers and waterfalls of the Golden Circle during your three nights in the city.

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