Iceland has everything to offer from breath taking scenes of nature and adventures among geysers and glacier lagoons to relaxing baths in the world famous Blue Lagoon, the Lake Myvatn nature Baths and the Reykjavik historical environment.
Travel outside the city of Reykjavik to see Thingvellir National Park, the impressive waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermal area Geysir. On your way east you will pass a town called Hveragerdi which uses only geothermal energy to grow vegetables and other plants.
Enjoy the lava fields and other sights on your way around the country. These are just few examples of what you can see and do around Iceland.
Iceland has from many wonders to choose from when traveling around it, and tourists can see many of the worlds greatest natural wonders.
The Freedom of self driving
There is no greater freedom than driving your own car on vacation and having the flexibility to change plans according to your mood -- or the local weather report. Roads in town and most major roads in the countryside are asphalt, with narrow secondary roads usually composed of volcanic gravel. Driving is on the right-hand side, and road signs are international. The speed limit in most towns and villages is 50 km/h and in rural areas 80-90 km/h. Use of seat belts is required by law, and headlights must be turned on at all times day and night. Don't forget to take your valid US drivers license.
So Remember when traveling around the country to prepare your self for a journey of a lifetime.