Adelina loves time in the countryside, long walks in the forest, and late nights by the fire. She's a writer and journalist who believes there’s a story everywhere. You just need to find it.
Emma is a writer and editor from the United States. After receiving her degree in history, she headed to Europe to learn and write about her favorite places full time.
Jessie is your average nature lover with a passion for ocean shorelines and rugged landscapes. Other than writing, her interests include cooking, running, and all things music.
Joe is a proud Michigander that finds himself in unusual, beautiful, and faraway places. He enjoys getting lost, drinking with strangers, and worshipping at the church of rock ‘n’ roll.
Milda is a writer specializing in adventure travel in Northern countries. She has a passion for martial arts, wildlife, and extraordinary experiences.
Sofie is a free-spirited journalist from Kentucky who lives a nomadic lifestyle, and spends much of her free time in airports on layovers.
Viktoria is a restless adventurer with personal experience in all of the outdoor activities that Iceland has to offer. She loves to inspire others to get to know Iceland and to make a deep connection with the country during their travels.
A journalist, photographer and nature lover, YS finds inspiration in Iceland’s vast wilderness and wants to share with her audience everything about travelling in Iceland through words and visuals.
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!