TRAVEL TO ICELAND IN SEPTEMBER
As summer winds down in Iceland, September is a wonderful month to experience a slightly quieter side of the island. Enjoy lighter traffic for driving, fewer crowds at popular sites and better availability of accommodations throughout the country as well as mild, autumn-like weather and ample daylight hours for sightseeing.
Whether travelling on your own or as part of a guided small group, you’ll be surprised by the diversity of natural wonders you can see on a trip to Iceland in September: waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, volcanic sites, geothermal baths and more. While many of these unique Icelandic attractions are accessible in a short break in Reykjavik, September is a fabulous time to get out and explore the whole island on a self-drive tour of 7-10 days or more around the Ring Road.
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