Walking Holidays in Iceland

Iceland is not only closer than you think, but far different than you ever imagined. Where else can you witness such marvels of Mother Nature as a tremendous icecap and several glaciers, spouting geysers and steaming solfataras, volcanos (hopefully dormant), raging rivers and magnificent waterfalls, a multitude of birds, cavorting
whales just offshore and many other surprises? Iceland has a population of just over 320,000 people, of which over half live in Reykjavik, and with a land area just 20% smaller than England it is very sparsely populated. Having suffered more than most with the banking crisis the Icelandic Krona has fallen in value making Iceland more affordable than it has ever been.