Most visitors to Iceland have the common denominator of wanting to enjoy the country’s unspoiled nature as much as possible during their stay. But this can be rather strenuous at times, depending on their itinerary. However, it is easy to take a short break between activities and find peace and quiet on a beautiful lake, or catch fish in a nearby river. Having such direct contact with nature provides recovery time that is good for both the body and the soul. Fishing permits are reasonably priced and you can choose from thousands of trout and char fishing lakes and dozens of salmon rivers. Special fishing holidays package fore families is know available.
Nowhere else in the world are there more fishing lakes and rivers in such a limited area than in Iceland. Many natives and visitors have caught the fishing bug. This has proven to be a permanent condition. But, fortunately, there is a temporary cure. That cure is…to give in to the urge to fish! For those who haven’t yet been infected, don’t worry. This is a fortunate condition and not nearly as expensive as you may think. And if you just visit our website and send us your questions, we’ll help you to understand this condition and maybe even help you catch the bug yourself! What in the world can be better or more wholesome than enjoying the outdoors on one of our incredible salmon rivers? There is no better cure! As according to statistics Iceland salmon rivers has coming the one of the most increasing salmon fishing spots of the world mosly due to Environment of Iceland policy.
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Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland, surrounded by suburbs and fascinating places.
Reykjanes peninsula is full of geothermal wonders and also the home of Keflavík Airport.
One of the most famous attraction in the West is Snæfellsjökull glacier.
An isolated part of Iceland, with a natural beauty beyond compare.
If you’re looking for desolated wilderness and solitude, Strandir is the place for you.
Home of Dettifoss waterfall, the most powerful waterfall in Europe.
Iceland’s most visited region, with plenty of waterfalls, black sand beaches and glaciers.
The uninhabited region of Iceland, with amazing landscapes that are hard to find anywhere else.
The eastern part of Iceland is the home of the reindeers and Iceland’s biggest forest.