TRAVEL TO ICELAND IN JULY
For a unique travel experience, it's a great idea to visit Iceland in July.
With the midnight sun near its peak at this time of summer, a vacation in Iceland in July offers extra daylight hours for driving, sightseeing, hiking and other outdoor activities. You’ll be surprised by how many of Iceland's top highlights you can see in a day, such as waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, volcanic sites, geothermal baths and more. Not to mention beautiful late-evening sunsets!
Though many of Iceland's famous natural attractions are accessible with short 3- to 5-day tours in Reykjavik, July is a fabulous time to get out and explore the whole country on a self-drive journey around the Ring Road. A small group tour led by an expert local guide is another wonderful way to see the Icelandic countryside in July.
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