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Digital Subscriptions > DNA Magazine > DNA #217 | The Travel Issue > FIRE AND ICELAND




IF EVER a country’s location and natural topography made her the ultimate travel destination, it’s Iceland. Adrift in the tempestuous waters between the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean, Iceland is known as the Land Of Fire And Ice; well-earned as 11 per cent of its surface is covered by glaciers and it contains over 125 active and dormant volcanoes. Such unique features make it possible for visitors to engage in many very cool adventures that simply can’t be found anywhere else. I was lucky enough to try three of them last September.


If you’re in a place that’s cold enough to freeze your balls off (the average September temperature is 7°C), it’s fortuitous that just three-quarters-of-an-hour from the capital, Reykjavik is the Blue Lagoon, with its soothing warm waters.

The Blue Lagoon complex in Grindavik is exactly what you’d expect – modern, reasonably stylish, and clean. It’s necessary to take a full-body shower before entering the spa. Actually, the seawater it contains is run-off from the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power station. If that makes taking a dip seem less attractive, let me assure you that as my friend and I ease our way into the dreamy, milky-aquamarine waters we find the experience ultra-soothing.

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