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There are not enough adjectives in the world to describe Iceland. Pictures and video come closer to doing this country of contrasts justice. Still, they don’t adequately capture the essence of the Land of Ice and Fire. Iceland exemplifies the destination you have to see to believe.
After all, this is the place of paradox. It’s where some of the world’s most hospitable people dwell in one of the world’s harshest settings. Under the dancing bright lights of the Aurora and above the churning magma chambers, it’s where frozen meets afire.
From the colossal fjords anchored in seas of floating ice to the thunderous calving glaciers encroaching upon the vast tundra, the landscape is very alive and among Earth’s most photogenic. It’s also humbling. Greenland’s ice cap, the second largest ice sheet in the world (after Antarctica), is where egos go to die.
The faces of this frontier belong to amazingly resilient creatures: Arctic foxes, wolves, caribou, reindeer, puffins, bearded seals, whales and of course, the most feared predator of all, the polar bear.
Mystery, history, scenery and wildlife, what more could one ask for?
Castles, trains, kilts, whiskey and beer.
If Mother Nature had a favorite state it would probably be Alaska. After all, it was she who showered it with love—in the form of skyscraping mountain summits, tranquil glacial lakes, enchanting temperate rainforests, black sand beaches and other breathtaking vistas .
The North American Rockeis offer geysers, fumaroles, hot springs and mudpots. One of the world's largest calderas, the world's largest petrifiied forests, and thousands of waterfalls!
Nnotable for its predator–prey complex of large mammals, including eight ungulate species: bighorn sheep, bison, elk, moose, mountain goats, mule deer, pronghorn, and white-tailed deer and seven large predators: black bears, Canada lynx, coyotes, grizzly bears, mountain lions, wolverines, and wolves.
A land so extreme that a single island can host glaciers, volcanoes, white sand beeches and rainforests.
A land so gentle that you can hike without fear of predators - no snakes, nor deadly insects, nor biting mammals (other than an upset pony).
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