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Iceland is a combination of contradicting natural wonders from snow-capped mountains to geothermal baths but these features are what makes a unique experience for visitors. Its location below the Arctic Circle gives a 24 hours of daylight during summer. You may take advantage of the midnight sun and witness Iceland's dramatic landscapes in a different perspective. The island is one of the best places to see the northern lights, a spectacular natural light display in the sky also known as Aurora Borealis.

One of the most visited tourist attractions, Blue Lagoon is a minerals-enriched geothermal water. It is a great place to relax as they claim that soaking here brings some form of healing as it rejuvenates and nourishes the body. A study conducted in 1990s proved that the minerals- infused water of this lagoon has a healing effect on skin with Psoriasis. Visitors are required to take a shower before soaking on the geothermal spa. Blue Lagoon has been listed by National Geographic as one of Earth's Most Awesome Places in water category. It has been a popular shoot locations and used in popular film and TV shows.

Nicknamed as the 'Iceland in Miniature', Snaefellsnes Peninsula is a great place to see dramatic variation of landscapes. With all the unique and amazing sights, Snæfellsjökull glacier is the main attraction here. It is a natural and rare formation of a mountain and volcano with glacier on top. This place has been declared as a national park and also home to waterfalls, mineral springs, black and white sand beaches, caves, craters and lava fields. You may find gift shops, hotels and restaurants in the lovely villages here in Snæfellsnes. To explore some features of the place, you may join a guided hiking daytour however a 2-3 days visit is recommended to see the most of Snaefellsnes Peninsula's natural wonders. A visit in summer and exploring the place under the midnight sun is another wonderful experience as you can witness its magnificent beauty in a different light.