Get an experience of a lifetime and visit the volcanic island Iceland. Iceland offers unique and wild nature where you can experience everything from active volcanoes to wild orcas as well as horse-riding in lave landscapes. SAS flies you directly to Iceland's capital Reykjavik, and during the flight you will be offered complimentary coffee and tea and you can access today's newspaper through our app.
FLIGHTS TO ICELAND WITH SAS
From the 27th of March 2016 you can fly directly from Copenhagen to Reykjavik. The flight takes approximately 3 hours. Book your flight to Iceland today and get a 24 hour right of revocation and receive a full refund.
AN EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME
Iceland is particularly well-known for its unique nature where mountains, rivers, waterfalls, volcanoes and hot springs are side by side. With a flight of just 3 hours you experience the forces of nature up close, since Iceland is the home of active volcanoes, geothermal hot springs and beautiful glaciers.
If you visit Iceland, you even have the opportunity to see the Northern Lights – one of nature's most beautiful phenomena.
ACTIVE VOLCANOES AND HOT SPRINGS
Since Iceland is volcanically and geologically active there are plenty of opportunities to experience active volcanoes and geothermal hot springs. It is especially recommended to visit the Blue Lagoon located in an oasis in the middle of a lava field outside of Reykjavik. The lagoon is heated by geothermal water (36-39 degrees) and contains natural active ingredients that help relaxing and letting go of the stress of everyday life.
The volcanic activity on Iceland means a lot to the country's history and varied landscapes, so it is a must to go on a volcanic safari. There are many guided tours taking visitors along – and up – some of Iceland's largest volcanoes such as Hekla and Eyjafjallajökull which was made famous in 2010 where its ash clouds shut down aviation across most of Europe.
SEE WILD ORCAS AND HUMPBACK WHALES ON WHALE SAFARI
Iceland is surround by the North Atlantic Ocean and the Greenland Sea which both have rich underwater life with many different fish and whales. Therefore it is possible to go sea fishing in Iceland, and there are excellent possibilities of catching small and big fish. Furthermore, there are good chances of seeing wild whales – orcas, minke whales, humpback whales and dolphins get quite close.
CITY VIBE IN REYKJAVIK
The capital of Iceland is Reykjavik and is actually one of the most popular cities in the North due to its exciting night life and excellent shopping opportunities. The city offers everything from brands such as Gucci and Chanel to Icelandic craft products, but be aware that Reykjavik is not the cheapest place in Europe. If you feel hungry, the capital also countless of restaurants and cafes.
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