Welcome to our Valentine's Day trip to Iceland blog! We had a great time doing the 6 day tour with Guide to Iceland, everything went very smoothly thanks to our travel planner. He booked everything for us with perfect timing allowing us to rest and see all the spectacular sites all in good time. Our favorite part of the trip was hiking the Vatnajokull glacier to see the black ice cave and blue ice wave walls that reminded me a lot of Utah's The Wave at Kanab but made completely of blue ice. We drove off road on bumpy terrain to the glacier and hiked the glacier with crampons and it was fun with a crunch crunch sound as you walk. We found the cute Icelandic horses and their long manes off the road, they are very friendly creatures and will approach you for a picture. I would highly recommend the Snaefellness peninsula tour as you can see lava rocks, seals, beautiful cliffs and waterfalls. You can explore Reykjavik on your own, the capital of Iceland as we did on our first day. We walked to Hallgrimskirkja Church and saw the gorgeous 360 view from the top, a must do. Be sure to try the delicious Icelandic hot dog at the hot dog stand called Baejarius Beztu Pylsur near the Harpa Center. We went to see the honeycomb shaped glass Harpa Center that lights up in different colors at night, a beautiful architectural modern design reminding me of the Broad in Los Angeles. We loved relaxing at the Blue Lagoon too with it's 100 degrees thermal hot spring waters, phenomenal views and restaurant. It's right next to the airport so if you did a layover in Iceland, you can stop there to enjoy the hot springs for a few hours, but I would recommend booking your tickets online beforehand as they sell out fast in person. We saw many waterfalls on our our trip as they were so full of water. My favorite waterfalls was Gulfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, enormous with torrential water. We loved seeing and picking up the huge chunks of ice on Diamond Beach, a black sand beach. You have to try to lobster in Iceland, they are a little pricey but were the most tender and delicious lobster I've ever tasted, probably because lobsters thrive in colder climates. We saw the northern lights on our flight to Iceland over Greenland on the airplane, it was an unobstructed view as the clouds were below our plane. I think the best time to visit is in the winter from Dec-Feb to see the auroras and ice caves on the glacier as very seldomly elsewhere in the world can you see ice caves due to global warming. We highly recommend this tour as they had everything we wanted to see for a great bundled price. Iceland is a great place to visit for your honeymoon or anniversary as it'll be a trip you will remember your whole lives. We went to celebrate Valentine's Day and we will remember this forever. The Icelandic people are so friendly and welcoming. We want to come back in the summer to see the puffins. You can get photoprints of our Iceland pictures on mugs, posters, tote bags, mousepads and more in our Zazzle store!