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  • Discover the magical Icelandic landscape
  • Explore geysers, icebergs, and the famous Blue Lagoon
  • Opt for an Iceland cruise to escape the crowds
  Why dream of traveling to the moon when you can visit Iceland right here on earth? The country offers some of the most amazing scenery on the planet - between barren volcanic landscapes with not a single tree in sight, misty waterfalls and powerful geysers, reflecting the volcanic origin of this island. Add to the picture lagoons filled with icebergs, active volcanoes and geothermal pools like the popular Blue Lagoon, and there you have it - one of the best adventure playgrounds on the planet! Sadly, the flipside is that Iceland is far from being an off the beaten track destination - millions of tourists visit every year, vastly outnumbering Iceland’s population of 300,000 people. So, what’s the best way to avoid the crowds when visiting Iceland? Opt for an Iceland cruise! You’ll be able to circle the island in total peace and quiet, marveling at the Arctic landscapes and even enjoying the Northern lights if you’re lucky - they are known to appear as early as August. If you’re after wild frontiers, why not extend your Iceland cruise in places like Spitsbergen or Greenland - after that, the North Pole is all that’s left to explore.   So, have we got you interested in an Iceland cruise? Keep browsing our listings below!