Soon among the major world-hubs for air transport, the Icelanders have thought far away and offer tourists from going to America to stop in Iceland. And it works. 2 million tourists have already planned to visit the country in 2017. Direct descendants of the Vikings, these people are not afraid. Despite the volcanoes and harsh climate, the islanders run everywhere in their 4x4 cars and do not hesitate to claim loud and clear that their country proposes the fairest equality in the world for women and men. They managed to recover from the gigantic banking crash in 2008 and continue to prosper. Its 330,000 inhabitants love Iceland with passion. They enjoy bathing in hot springs, trekking and playing football. And the creativity is so abundant that all Icelanders write and read either 8 times more than a French. And if you think the geographical location isolates them from the rest of the world you are wrong. 98% of Icelanders use the Internet and more than 70% are connected to Facebook. The day where they celebrate the sheep is perhaps the most important day of the year for non-urban Icelanders. Come live it on site if you fancy. Land of ice and fire perhaps but the Icelanders are very warm and friendly.