JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST
Summer in Iceland
Never ending days and white nights are back. The midnight sun makes us high on light and charges our batteries. The whole island vibrates with life. Nature is an explosion of green colours, flowers, and wild herbs. The sea is alive with whales basking in the sun, puffins, fulmars, and seagulls fighting over small fish and best nesting sites. The mountains are dotted with fluffy sheep grassing on the steep mountain cliffs. And we are hiking new trails, bathing in hot pools, fly-fishing for wild salmon, camping in the green lava fields, and at the end of the summer, we watch pink and orange sunsets, sometimes more magic than the northern lights.
Summer is June, July, August
Average temperature in Reykjavik: 9-10,6°C (49,5-53,5°F)