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Whale watching is something that a lot of travellers do while in Iceland. Here's a review of a whale watching tour in Reykjavik.
There are countless outdoor swimming pools in Iceland, differing in shapes and sizes. Here's a very informative article about swimming pools in Iceland that will help you decide which pool to visit.
The short answer is that there are actually plenty of options! Why not ditching the ever popular Golden Circle and try something new?
You might have troubles waking up because of the shortage of daylight, but the cold dark Icelandic winter certainly has its charm. Winter is also the season for northern light spotting and gazing at the starry skies.
Great video with ten great tips for first-timers thinking about traveling to Iceland from an Australian video blogger based in Iceland.
The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is a beautiful part of Iceland. The nature is stunning, combining lava fields, basalt cliffs, glaciers and black beaches. Grab your friend and go for a road-trip of your life!
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Currently, summer is the tourist high season in Iceland. By visiting in the wintertime you'll avoid the crowds and catch a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis if you're lucky!
If you have no clue what you are going to be up to during your trip to Iceland, this article is great place to start.
The fact that Iceland has a high number of excellent restaurants does surprise many travellers. Here's a great article about the créme de la créme of Iceland's gourmet restaurants and street food.
The Golden Circle is one of the most popular destinations in Iceland and in summer it's easy to do it own your own. Here's how.
You don't have to go far from the city to connect with Mother Nature. There are numerous options for hikes just minutes away from the capital.
Driving in super jeeps up into the vast wilderness of the Icelandic highlands in winter is nothing short of spectacular.
Akureyri is Iceland's second largest town. Akureyri is a charming little town with plenty to offer so be sure not to miss it while travelling in the northern part of Iceland.
Volcanoes, geysers and the northern lights. These are all things that attract travellers from all over the world and inspire them to visit Iceland. In this article, some of Iceland's most famous attractions are ranked.
Fares to Iceland are cheap at the moment and the majority of the country is still absolutely remote and tourist-free. Not convinced yet? Then check this article out!