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Based on limited personal experience. I haven't seen all Iceland myself, but from what I've seen it doesn't look like there is anything left what one could reasonably consider a forest. At least not by European/American standards. When being on several guide tours I also heard there are a couple of very small forests coming from reforestry projects. Those ...


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I highly doubt there will be many left in June, but someone please correct me if I'm wrong. Near Amsterdam, the place to visit would be the Bollenstreek (Bulb region), with the Keukenhof being the tourist highlight. This year it closes on May 21st, so you would miss that when arriving in June. By that time, most fields will be out of bloom anyway: The park ...


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You'll find several small forests in Iceland, Hallormsstadaskogur in the East. Vaglaskogur in the North and Baejarstadaskogur in the South. More importantly there are several very large nature reserves where grazing is limited. Take a look at Nordic Adventure Travel. Skaftafell is quite well known.


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"The good season"? That's going to be spring. They don't flower in other seasons. I know you're likely hoping for an accurate week or three, but much like the cherry blossoms, it differs from city to city, and from year to year (a warmer year = earlier than normal). However, you can probably use the estimates of the cherry blossoms to predict the azaleas. ...


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Spring is unfortunately (along with Autumn) the rainy season in Fethiye. Some flowers bloom earlier than others, so depending on when you go, you may see a variety of different flowers. April and May tend to be the recommended months as they have slightly less rain than March, and you can usually guarantee that by then the flowers will be out, however the ...


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