Explore the land of fire and ice with Nordic Star. Experience breathtaking natural wonders like majestic waterfalls, geothermal hot springs, and the stunning Northern Lights.

Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture, from its vibrant arts scene to delicious cuisine. Let Nordic Star guide you through this enchanting country and create unforgettable memories on your journey to Iceland.

The Nothern Lights

In the dark skies of Iceland, nature showcases one of its most captivating spectacles: the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis. This celestial dance of light and colour occurs when charged particles from the sun collide with gases in the Earth's atmosphere, painting the night sky with vibrant hues of green, purple, blue, and red. Iceland's proximity to the Arctic Circle makes it an ideal destination for witnessing this mesmerising phenomenon, away from the urban glow.

Between Septermber and April, during the dark winters of Iceland, the nothern lights can be spotted if you are lucky. There is no guarentee that you will see them, but leaving the cities and exploring the countrysides gives you greater possibility to see them dancing in the skies above.

Volcanic Activity

Icelandic volcanoes are a testament to the raw power of nature, shaping both the landscape and the culture of this island nation. With over 130 volcanoes, including 32 considered active, Iceland is a hotbed of geological activity. These volcanic wonders have not only sculpted the dramatic terrain of Iceland but also influenced its history and folklore.

For the people of Iceland, volcanic eruptions are not merely events to be feared, but rather part of their identity and resilience. Regular monitoring and scientific study help to mitigate the risks associated with these natural phenomena, ensuring the safety of both residents and visitors alike.

From the disruptive Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010 to Iceland's captivating volcanic landscapes of craters, geysers, and lava fields, these natural wonders continually inspire awe. They stand as reminders of the dynamic forces beneath the Earth's surface and the resilience of those who inhabit this land of fire and ice.

The Healing Waters of Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon, a natural geothermal spa nestled in Iceland's volcanic landscape, boasts rich mineral content renowned for its skin-healing properties. This iconic attraction draws visitors from around the globe, offering a unique experience found nowhere else. Immerse yourself in the tranquil waters, indulge in rejuvenating in-water massages, and explore the selection of curated items at the Blue Lagoon store to capture a piece of this extraordinary destination to cherish at home.

Want to do more?

Iceland has a lot to offer, and so there are many activities that can be enjoyed. Some of them include:

  • Whale watching
  • Hikes & walks in the nature
  • Drives along the coasts, inland, and on mountains
  • Scuba diving in Silfra
  • Food tours
  • Horse riding
  • and many more activites!

The land of fire & ice