1.To ensure the island's pedigree, once an Icelandic horse leaves Iceland, it can never return.
In Iceland, we often see Icelandic horses with non-mainstream sloping bangs, but did you know that once an Icelandic horse leaves the country, it is not allowed to return. But did you know that once an Icelandic horse leaves the country, it is not allowed to return to Iceland, even for international competitions? This is to prevent foreign viruses and to ensure the purity of the Icelandic horse's bloodline.
2.puffin birds are monogamous.
3.There is only one main road in Iceland, and if the bridge is broken, there is no way around the road.
4.The cold water from the tap can be drunk directly like the mineral water in the supermarket.
5.Some hotels have aurora wake-up call service, you can sleep solidly and wait for the phone noise you run out.
6.Polar bears in the north will float on the ice floe to Iceland, on average, one will come every few years, and will be shot when they come ashore.
7.Iceland has a small population, many relatives, there is a special anti-inbreeding snapping APP, you can check.
8.When the wind is strong, you can blow off the car door.
9.beautiful to breathtaking scenic spots do not tickets, but on the public toilet can actually be so expensive, expensive to want to hold back.
10.destroy the roadside wild tundra, according to the area compensation, will be fined to bankruptcy.
11.good hotels and B&B, peak season 3 months in advance will be no room, so book before it's too late.
12.There is a special aurora borealis preview inquiry.
13.Iceland also has summer, which is not too short and quite warm.
14.Half of Iceland's population is in Reykjavik.
15.Iceland is the only country in the world that celebrates the arrival of summer.
In the summer, Iceland has only 3 hours of darkness. The sun sets at midnight and rises again at 3am in June, so you can watch a beautiful sunset and then continue watching the sunrise.
16.Icelanders live long lives
As one of the longest-lived countries in the world, the average life expectancy for men is 78.9 years, and the average life expectancy for women is even longer at 82.8 years.
17.You can drink all the water in the wild
You don't even need to buy water to drink when you visit Iceland, the water is very clean. Almost all of the very clear water you can see in the wild is ready to drink (except for the cloudy, impure water that flows down from lava fields and glaciers), and there is no difference between it and the bottled water that is sold. In Iceland, all you need to do is carry an empty bottle with you, and when you're thirsty, you can find a clean source of water and drink it. If you are traveling to a lava or volcanic area with little water, you will need to bring your own drinking water.
18.Iceland has no army
Iceland has not had a standing army since 1869, but there are special police, police and coastguard to keep the country in order. Although there is no army, Iceland is the safest country in the world, ranking first in the global security index.
In summer, you will see many purple flowers in Iceland, and that is the lupine flower. Although it is an exotic species, it occupies a lot of land in Iceland. They were originally introduced to combat soil erosion, but their ability to adapt and reproduce is so strong that each one has 2,500 seeds. When you come to Iceland in summer, don't forget to enjoy the beautiful Lupin flowers.