A Complete Guide to Puffins in Iceland
Where to see the puffins in Iceland, what season is best and further information
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!
A Complete Guide to Vatnajokull Glacier
What to See and What to Do in Europe's Largest national park
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!
A Complete Guide to Whales in Iceland
Everything You Need to Know Before Going on a Whale Watching Tour in Iceland
Learn all about whales in Iceland. Whales are among the most enigmatic and fascinating creatures on our planet. Icelandic waters are some of their favorite areas to live, thanks to the advantageous location and natural assets. Uniquely in the world, you have a more than 90% chance of seeing whales around Iceland!
A Complete Guide to Eyjafjallajokull Glacier
2010 Eyjafjallajokull Eruptions - South Coast of Iceland - What to see - What to do
If we must pick one volcano to represent the dynamic volcanic energy beneath Iceland, it has to be Eyjafjallajokull glacier. The glacier volcano is unique in many ways.Now, it’s time for us to dive in - what’s so special about Eyjafjallajokull? And what to do and what to see when you are in the area.
A Complete Guide to Landmannalaugar
A Colorful Geothermal Oasis in the Icelandic Highlands
The rich colors of the mountains in Landmannalaugar strike an outstanding contrast with the glittering obsidian lava fields. Steam rises from the ground the natural hot springs are available for bathing all year round. Explore Landmannalaugar, the pearl of the Icelandic Highlands!
Thingvellir National Park | Complete Guide
A Historical site and a jewel of nature - Nowhere on Earth is continental drift more visible!
Located on the Golden Circle route, Thingvellir National Park is one of the most frequently visited attractions in Iceland. This area contains interesting landscapes and has an outstanding significance both historically and geologically. Read our guide to get tips on what to do and see in Thingvellir National Park!
The Eight Natural Wonders of Iceland
Iceland Bucket List: Natural Wonders
Iceland is often referred to as Planet Iceland. A range of breathtaking natural wonders are stuffed into this remote little country. There is no other place on Earth where such natural wonders appear so close to each other. Let us introduce you the most amazing natural wonders that can be found in Iceland!
A Complete Guide to the Midnight Sun in Iceland
The Summer Solstice - The Best Places to Visit - Summer in Iceland
The Midnight sun - one thing all travelers find enchanting about June in Iceland. The light evenings help people unwind from the long Icelandic days and it’s one of the best times to visit the land of fire and ice! Find out more in the complete guide about traveling during the Midnight Sun in Iceland.
Northern Lights in Iceland | The Complete Guide
Aurora Borealis Explained - Where & when to see the northern lights
Best time and locations, photo Tips & more - Learn all about the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) before your trip to Iceland. Don't miss the chance to see this amazing natural phenomenon!
Complete Guide to Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon
The Most Spectacular Canyon in Iceland
Fjaðrárgljúfur is one of Iceland’s most spectacular natural gems. It's a a dreamlike sight that is truly difficult to describe with words. Standing above this distinctive canyon and admiring the unusual sight is an unparalleled experience, for sure! Read on our detailed guide to Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon in South Iceland!
Stopover in Iceland
What To Do in Iceland If You Have Only a Few Hours or Days to Spend in Iceland
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!
Top 13 Must-See Waterfalls in Iceland - Best Waterfalls in Iceland
These Are the Most Beautiful Waterfalls That You Must Visit When You Are in Iceland
Iceland is well known for its many stunningly beautiful waterfalls. They are as diverse as they are many, and they are all worth a visit. We have compiled for you the Ultimate Bucket List of the Must-See Icelandic Waterfalls, and we suggest that you try to see as many of them on your visit to Iceland!
A Complete Guide to the Most Beautiful Places in South Iceland
The Most Picturesque Places in South Iceland
Whether you are a photographer, blogger, videographer or Instagrammer, Iceland must be on your bucket list. These dreamy locations simply sell anything whenever they appear. Let us show you around the most picturesque places in south Iceland!
The Troll of North Iceland
Hvítserkur is a 15-meter (49 foot) high basalt monolith in Northwest Iceland. It looks like an animal lowering its head to drink from the sea. Some people see an elephant while others think it resembles a rhino, a dinosaur, a dragon, or a troll. Read on our guide to Hvítserkur rock formation in North Iceland!
A Complete Guide to Geysir Geothermal Field
The Icelandic geysers in active geothermal field
The Geysir Geothermal Field is home to the Great Geysir, one of Iceland's most spectacular sights. One of many naturally occurring hot springs found in Iceland's geothermal area, the Great Geysir regularly shoots hot water many meters into the air. Read all about this amazing and unique place at Extreme Iceland.
How to Photograph the Northern Lights
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.
Reykjanes peninsula - South West Iceland
Volcano systems, lava fields, lava tubes, rifts, hot springs and mud pool
Reykjanes peninsula is the southwestern most point of Iceland and also the youngest part of Iceland. The North Atlantic ridge comes ashore there and due to that visible signs of volcanic activity can be seen all over the peninsula.
Video: Landmannalaugar and Northern Lights in Iceland
One of the best locations in Iceland to see the Aurora Borealis
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.