Bright days that extend well into the evening, cool temperatures, and spectacular nature make summer perhaps the best time to visit Iceland. Remote places such as the Westfjords and the Highlands become easily accessible and you can see horses and sheep roam around freely and adorable puffins flying through the air.
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What essentials do you need for your trip to Iceland? What should you pack for a trip to Iceland in the Summer? What do you not want to be caught without in the Winter? Read on for everything you should pack for your trip to Iceland, whatever the weather!
Why do people like Vík? What is Vík known for? Do people actually live there? Is Vík worth visiting and is there a volcano in Vík? Read on to find out.
What kind of food is there in Iceland and what should you try while you’re here? What is typical Icelandic cuisine and where should you go food shopping? Is there fast food in Iceland and is it any good? If you’re hungry for answers, look no further and feast your eyes upon this article for everything you need to know about food in Iceland.
What’s the best way to travel in Iceland? How can you see Iceland on a budget and what tourist traps should you avoid? If you’re looking for tips for travelling in Iceland, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on for all of the dos and don’ts in Iceland to ensure you have the best experience while you’re here.
Though you can still see the Northern Lights flickering in the night sky in Iceland, the days are getting longer. And even though the snow is still covering the ground in Reykjavík, the weather is getting warmer. That means that spring is just around the corner, and it’s time for spring break.
Planning on visiting Iceland and wondering what things to do and see in Reykjavík? Where is the famous Hallgrímskirkja church and which museums do you not want to miss? Do you want to get to know Reykjavík like a local and be in on all of its secrets as well as must-see attractions? Read on for your complete guide on how to best see Reykjavík, come summer or winter, rain or shine.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and we are feeling romantic! A visit to the land of glittering waterfalls, black sand beaches, the Northern Lights, and Midnight Sun is the perfect gift for your loved one this Valentine’s. Read about the 5 Most Romantic Trips and Tours you can take in Iceland.
Unwinding in warm, geothermal water is just one of the many benefits you get when visiting Iceland. Here, you’ll find both natural hot springs and luxurious geothermal spas such as the Blue Lagoon, Landmannalaugar, and Mývatn Nature Baths. Read on to find out which hot springs and spas you should visit on your trip to Iceland.
The Highlands of Iceland are a vast uninhabited area, containing glaciers, volcanoes, hot springs, black sand beaches, colourful mountains, and immense lava fields. Read on to learn about Landmannalaugar Hot Pools, the Laugavegur Trek, the beautiful Þórsmörk Region, and the many more sites that make up the Icelandic Central Highlands.