TRAVEL TO ICELAND IN AUGUST
For blend of unique nature and culture, it's a great idea to visit Iceland in August.
With the effects of the midnight sun still lingering in late summer, a vacation in Iceland in August offers extra daylight hours for driving, sightseeing, hiking and other outdoor activities. You can take your time to enjoy Iceland's top highlights, including waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, volcanic sites, geothermal baths and more.
Though many of Iceland's famous attractions are accessible with short 3- to 5-day tours in Reykjavik, August is a fabulous time to get out and explore the whole country around the Ring Road—either on your own or with a guide.
Iceland in August is culturally vibrant as well, with a number of lively festivals and events in the capital city, including the Reykjavik Marathon, Culture Night, Reykjavik Pride and more.
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