Don’t just stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to.
If there’s one thing you (literally) can’t miss when you visit Iceland, it’s seeing one of the more than 10,000 waterfalls around the country. They’re everywhere—lining the Ring Road, hiding behind hotels, and popping up every time there’s a new water run-off in the area.
From panoramic falls to cascades surrounded by basalt rock columns, you won’t get tired of spotting these natural wonders, as each one is a little bit different—and each comes with its own history. Though there are so many to choose from, some are more majestic than others and worth seeking out.
Ahead, you’ll find 10 waterfalls that truly live up to the hype.
There’s nothing like waking up at sunrise in a big, comfortable bed with the Taj Mahal outside your window — except maybe basking in a glorious sunset from the pool of your overwater bungalow in Bora Bora.
Some experiences really are dreams come true, and they don’t have to feel like a gargantuan chore to plan. The first step is deciding what your idea of a dream trip is. “For some people, the idea of a dream trip is really just a time out,” said Stacy Small, the founder and CEO of Elite Travel International, which focuses on crafting luxury travel experiences for executives, entrepreneurs and celebrities. Small says requests for bucket-list type experiences are fewer and farther between than they once were. Continue at Source: 5 epic dream trips and how to make them happen
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