Take a deep dive into Iceland’s seven unique regions with Inspired by Iceland’s new webinar series! From the Westfjords to the Reykjanes Peninsula, explore the history, culture, topography and attractions in each of these dazzling locations.
Each webinar includes a general introduction to the region and is followed by an overview of history, hotspots, updates on new developments, accessibility and tips for those visiting. Check out the regions and links below, which will take you to a webinar on Microsoft Teams!
Immerse yourself in the unspoiled wilderness of Iceland’s Westfjords! This uninhabited natural wonder will take your breath away with its vast landscapes and unique character. To learn more about this special place, stream the Westfjords webinar here.
Explore the “land of contrasts” in North Iceland – with mountains and valleys, smooth hills and lava fields. Just a few kilometers from the Arctic Circle, this region’s natural marvels are a sight to see. To experience all that this region has to offer, check out the North Iceland webinar here.
The Reykjanes Peninsula is recognized as a UNESCO Global Geopark and is the only place in the world where the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is visible above sea level! To learn more about this geothermal oasis, tune in to the Reykjanes Peninsula webinar here.
With fjords, valleys, craters, and glaciers, West Iceland blends nature and culture for an unforgettable experience. Bring history to life and learn how this area’s landscape reflects Icelandic heritage on the West Iceland webinar here.
Known for its thundering waterfalls and magnificent glaciers, South Iceland’s natural landscapes are a beacon for those with an explorer’s heart. Experience this region’s beauty up close on the South Iceland webinar here.
As a cosmopolitan city that maintains a small-town charm, Reykjavík is the perfect region to round out the webinar series. With a mix of vibrant culture and historic attractions, this capital area offers all the best Iceland has to offer. Check out the Reykjavík webinar on Thursday, June 11, 9 A.M ET here.
Tuning in to this special series? Let us know which region you’d like to visit the most in the comments or on Twitter!