14 photos which prove that Iceland is most exotic place on earth

From ranting volcanos, beautifully vulnerable weather, and stunning hiking terrains, Iceland certainly offers you all this and much more. What was once upon a time a timid land less traveled, is quickly becoming a targeted travel spot, at least for the growing community of the non-touristy wanderers (who take more pride in being lost with their unquenchable wanderlust for the company). Apart from the deep fjords, ice-clad mountains, and dangerously striking glaciers, there is just so much the country has to offer to those on a lookout. With a population count of only 320,000, Iceland still manages to retain its quaint yet tumultuous image that must be seen to be believed.

Echoing back on our thoughts through mesmerizing visuals, is Bored Panda, one of the best art and photography communities, that has curated a list of 14 pictures that recap Iceland into a beautiful tale. With more flights opening up for Iceland in recent times, you can now easily plan a tour to this handsomely fragile country land. While any weather is ideal for your visit to Iceland, summers often come hurdled with a crowd of tourists. If quiet travels are your thing, winters in Iceland are for you. Distant from the freezing cold winds and negligible hours of daylight, you can cash in on the cheaper hotel stays while running a positive chance to witness the ever so popular (yet rare to be seen) Northern lights! For avid photographers and those craving a visit to the exotic locales of Iceland, below are few snaps by Bored Panda that will make you want to hop on a plane right away:

1. Arctic Fox:

2. Hofskirkja:

3. Litlanesfoss:

4. Glacial River in Iceland:

5. Landmannalaugar:

6. Aurora Borealis near a church:

7. Jokulsarlon:

8. Rainbow over Kirkufell:

9. Wild Artic Fox in Iceland:

10. Crater Rust:

11. House in Iceland”

12. DC-3 Plane Wreckage

13. Foggy Mountains

14. Kirjufell: