Iceland Adventure Guide [Portable Document Format (PDF)]
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eBook by Don Young
eBook Category: Travel
eBook Description: Iceland is unique, and the Adventure Guide tells you about all the things that make it so. It has some of the most spectacular glaciers in the world; learn the best way to visit them. Thermal springs sprout near almost every community; find out which are the best. An unspoilt interior beckons adventure trekkers; educate yourself on how to travel safely in the wilderness. Iceland is expensive; almost everything is imported. The authors have been visiting here for years and know how to travel on a budget. They share important cost-cutting tips. The Adventure Guide tells you about local heritage festivals; traditional crafts still practiced in towns and villages; farming vacations, where visitors can take part in the running of a work-a-day farm; spectacular opportunities to watch wildlife and the famed Northern Lights. Visit Iceland's prime locations, including: Akureyri, the Blue Lagoon, Husavik, Skaftafell (the biggest glacier in the country), the Golden Circle, the Snaefellsenes (where Jules Verne put the center of the earth) and Glama peninsulas and Reykjavik, the country's capital and a hot spot for the club crowd. Hunter's Landmark Visitors Guide to Iceland is a top seller in that series. While that book has lots of color and is heavily geared toward touring, the Adventure Guide is loaded with informative, compelling text that encourages independent travel. A selection of great places to stay and eat, based on repeat visits by the authors. [AVAILABLE ONLY IN ADOBE ACROBAT PDF FORMAT.]
eBook Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc./Hunter Publishing, Published: US, 2008
Fictionwise Release Date: January 2009