Discover Iceland’s lighthouses and take great photos! From iconic beacons to hidden gems, navigate our shores with this illuminating guide.
Iceland Travel Information
Whether you’re a foodie or just looking for a great meal, our guide to Reykjavik restaurants has got you covered. Explore the best dining options in the city with our local recommendations.
What is the best time of year to visit Iceland? When is the peak season in Iceland? Is it better to visit Iceland in the summer or in the winter? When is the worst time to visit Iceland? When is the best time to see the Northern Lights or puffins or to go whale watching? We got you covered like an Icelandic woollen jumper!
Looking for a new adventure in Iceland? Discover the beauty of Akureyri with our comprehensive guide, featuring the best sights, activities, and more!
Are you planning a trip to Iceland? If so, the first question you’ll need to answer is how much money you should bring with you. Of course, the cost of a vacation to Iceland will depend on your individual needs and preferences, but there are some general guidelines that can provide an idea of what to budget for.
Discover the breathtaking beauty of Iceland’s 25 most stunning waterfalls! From thundering down-drops to secret cascades, these natural wonders are sure to leave you in awe.
Have you ever dreamed of discovering a place of extraordinary beauty? A place where natural wonders and dramatic landscapes come together to create a unique experience? Then look no further than Iceland’s Diamond Circle – this awe-inspiring journey will surely take your breath away.
Don’t let bad weather put a damper on your Icelandic adventure! Take a look at this comprehensive guide for creative indoor activities and wonderful sights that you can enjoy regardless of the thermometer reading.
I spent a Saturday travelling up Langjökull Glacier in a massive truck and exploring a natural ice cave found there. Read on about my experience on the immersive day tour.
Icelandic Horses are one of the purest breeds of horses in Europe. They have been bred for over a thousand years to carry people across Iceland’s rugged terrain. Today they are still used for sheep herding and leisure riding. Their calm disposition and small size make them perfect companions for new riders.