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Favorite Things to do in Iceland in June

One of my favorite times of year to go to Iceland is summer.  While you might not think of Iceland as a great summer vacation destination, it is a great time to enjoy being outside in nature without having to worry about freezing your buns off in Iceland in June!

Things to do in Iceland in June

The BEST Things to do in Iceland in June

There are so many things you can see when you go to Iceland in the summer These are 5 of our favorite activities!

Weather for Iceland in June

The average daytime temperature is 12 degrees Celsius (55 F). This means that you can get by with jeans and just a sweater or lightweight jacket.

With nearly 21 hours of sunlight, you are going to be able to spend a lot of time outdoors in Iceland in June. This sunlight helps make the temperature in Iceland much more temperate than other times of the year.

While it does rain occasionally, Iceland in June typically gets the least amount of rain of any other time of the year.

Wild Horses in Iceland

Wondering what to pack for a trip to Iceland in June? We have a great summer packing list of clothes to wear in Iceland in summer months.

Have you been to Iceland in June? What did you enjoy most?

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Kanika Bakshi

Wednesday 11th of December 2019

Your post has convinced me that Iceland is also a travel destination for summers. There are so many things you can enjoy in summer that you can't in winter. I really like the way you explained Iceland in summer. I also like the images you have posted. I gained a lot of information on your blog post. Thank you.

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