The notion that they were "savages" is one that contemperary historians have largely refuted.
Of course, I can see why anyone would think that, seeing how they are generally portrayed in films/cartoons/...
But I would suggest reading a (decent) book about them to find out more.
And this business of where are they now? They're dead of course! That was a thousand years ago. But you have a look at the spread of Anglo-Saxons all over the world... I'd say the Vikings descendants have kicked on pretty well...And are probably more barbaric then they were, what with our colonies all over the world, massacring local populations, blowing up the middle east, dropping nuclear bombs on people...
"Where are they now" ~ honestly dude...
"The Channel Islands fall into two separate self-governing bailiwicks, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey. Both are British Crown dependencies, and neither is part of the United Kingdom. They have been part of the Duchy of Normandy since the tenth century, and Queen Elizabeth II is often referred to by her traditional and conventional title of Duke of Normandy. However, pursuant to the Treaty of Paris (1259), she governs in her right as The Queen (the "Crown in right of Jersey", and the "Crown in right of the république of the Bailiwick of Guernsey"), and not as the Duke. This notwithstanding, it is a matter of local pride for monarchists to treat the situation otherwise: the Loyal Toast at formal dinners is to 'The Queen, our Duke', rather than to 'Her Majesty, The Queen' as in the UK."
So if you're looking specifically for descendants of "vikings" (or more accurately, scandinavian people of the viking age), you can look at norwegians, swedes, danes, icelanders, british or even french people, among others.
(and as much as I want to I'm not gonna say everything that's wrong with your comment because I'm sure others already did)
Majestic hall in that land where those who die in battle wish to be taken
The four possible homes in the afterlife (with respect to how one died) were Hel for non-battle deaths (dying of old-age or illness) and Valhalla/Fólkvangr. Freyja would choose half of those who died in battle for Fólkvangr and the valkyries would take the others to Odin's realm of Valhalla.
There was also a fourth realm under the sea whose name currently escapes me to which Rán took those who died at sea.