Hiking is the best way to explore any country, especially Iceland. Discover places that are hidden from those who only follow the most frequented tourist routes. Read our guide to find out which are Iceland’s best hiking areas, when the best time to go hiking is, and what the most crucial items to have in your backpack
There is a variety of restaurants all over Reykjavík City and therefore the decision of where to eat can be a hard one to make. Here below you can find our top 10 picks of the best restaurants in Reykjavík, from fine dining to cheap eats.
Iceland is home to more than 60% of the Earth's entire Atlantic puffin population, with anywhere from 8–10 million puffins inhabiting the island. Iceland is the world's puffin capital for sure! When is the best time and where are the best places to find puffins in Iceland? Read on to find out the answers!
As an astounding landmark in the capital city of Iceland, Hallgrimskirkja Church is the highest building in downtown Reykjavik, dominating the skyline of the northernmost capital of the world. As a destination like no other, we are going to go over everything you need to know about visiting Hallgrimskirkja and nearby.
Vatnajokull glacier stretches over 200 km in Southeast Iceland. Rugged glacier tongues, giant icebergs, glacier-carved canyons, jagged mountain ranges, Iceland’s highest peak, and its deepest lake await exploration. Read our guide to learn more about Europe's most voluminous ice cap!
With a long history and many traditional foods, you won't be disappointed when tasting local Icelandic Cuisine. We have selected the Top 10 Icelandic foods for you to try that will delight your tastebuds and won't disappoint. Experience the ultimate in Icelandic cuisine whilst exploring the real Iceland.
Avoid getting trapped in your car for endless hours! Your memories of the Icelandic landscapes will fade away very quickly if you do not go and experience Iceland with all of your senses. How can you make your Iceland trip unforgettable? Check this out!
Traveling around the whole island in just one week? It is possible! Seven days are perfect to see a great variety of Icelandic landscapes and learn more about the country’s culture and folklore.
Halfway between North America and Europe, the location is ideal for a stopover in Iceland. Breathtaking nature, exciting adventures, rich culture and a charming Nordic atmosphere await you! Iceland is the perfect place to stopover for a mini vacation. Let us help you make the most of it!
So wouldn't it be awesome if you could capture an amazing photograph of the northern lights and show people back home what you witnessed on your journey in Iceland? Read this guide and learn how to set your camera up correctly when shooting the aurora borealis in Iceland.
I did the Golden Circle Tour and I feel like I have seen a bit of everything Iceland has to offer. Therefore, I would highly recommend this tour, if you only have one or two days to explore Iceland. If you are interested, here you can find more information about my own experience including some of my pictures.
Discover why Iceland is the perfect destination to celebrate your wedding day. From countless beautiful churches by waterfalls and ice caves, to the breathtaking, peaceful countryside, you won't be disappointed. Enjoy the experience of a lifetime with a dream wedding and even your honeymoon in stunning Iceland.
Take a look at our new video of that tour where you can see the Northern Lights, snowmobiling in the wilderness, the geothermal natural pool by the cosy cottage and of course the untouched winter kingdom all around.