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When to go to Iceland

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Visiting Iceland in January

With short days and long nights, cosy accommodation is an essential if you’re drawn to the remote regions of Iceland. Even in winter you can get out an experience the natural beauty that makes Iceland such an attractive destination. Explore the country’s natural ice caves with your guide, or perhaps take a helicopter tour over this vast snowy desert.  

Discover winter the Viking way at Thorrablót Festival. Here you’ll find one of the world’s most unusual culinary options. Not for the faint-hearted, you have the chance to try dishes like singed sheep’s head, fermented shark and hrútspungar (made from ram’s testicle). 

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