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There are many reasons for choosing Water Sports in Iceland:

In spite of its small size, Iceland is spilling over with exciting water sports adventures. From the extremely remote areas of the iconic fjords to the spectacular waterfalls. There’s no shortage of spectacular and isolated scenery among the northwestern European island nation. Whether you head to the north, south, east or west, an unforgettable experience awaits.



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Best time to visit

Visit during the warmer months between May and October for ideal water sports conditions

What’s the weather like?

During the summer months, average daily temperatures range from 10 ºC to 20 ºC. The summer months are also the driest time of year. However, the weather is quite volatile on the island and storms can sweep across the landscape without warning

More info about Water Sports in Iceland:

Iceland rests in the extreme north of Europe in the North Atlantic Ocean. Warm water from the Gulf of Mexico and volcanic activity beneath the island’s surface create warmer conditions than other areas of the same latitude. Landmark spots include Sólheimjökull Glacier in the south of the country, as well as the Jökulfirðir fjords. You’ll get plenty of opportunity to discover breathtaking scenery



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