Largely uninhabited, Iceland is a place were trolls and fairies are rumored to wander the painted hills, jump the ice crevices, bathe in the natural hot springs and scale the misty cliffs.
Somehow, once there, this seems entirely possible. "Traveling to Iceland is like being transported to a parallel world where every waking moment is filled with adventure, incredible landscapes, folklore and understated pleasures. It will make you believe in the magical again," says Gaddis, adding that the country offers river rafting, fishing, diving snorkeling, surfing, caving and hiking.
Quote from Owen Gaddis, ForbesLife