Whoops. If you're in Iceland during the summer I'm sorry to say that you are out of luck seeing the northern lights in the sky. However, the Aurora Center in Reykjavik has a great exhibition where the lights are always on display.
Did you even know that exploring a glacier from the interior is a possibility? Frankly, I didn't know that it was possible until I heard about this unique tour. Check it out if you want to experience something unforgettable.
Road tripping in Iceland on a tight budget is easier than you think, especially if you decide to camp along the way instead of spending your money on hotels. This article offers useful tips on how to save money while travelling in Iceland.
OMNOM is one of Iceland's most prominent chocolate producers. OMNOM's chocolate is made from high quality organic cocoa beans, raw cane sugar and Icelandic milk. Chocolate-lovers have no excuse not adding this tasty tour to their Reykjavik itinerary!
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!
Cape Ingolfshofdi is crowded with puffins and other sea birds. It is located on the South Coast of Iceland, not too far from Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon. It is an short but challenging hike, great for puffin spotting.
The Westman Islands are an archipelago just south of Iceland. With its large population of puffins, magnificent cliffs and volcanoes, The Westman Islands rank among the most beautiful and interesting places in Iceland.
Although some might consider Snæfellsnes peninsula nothing but a detour on the traditional Ring-road road trip, it is well worth exploring. The region is a favorite amongst many Icelanders due to its magical and diverse landscape.
Autumn leaves are not a common sight in Iceland, but there are a few great options. Most people go to Thingvellir, a national park rich in history and tourists, but the alternative is Heiðmörk which is closer to Reykjavik.
This tours lets you get up close and personal with the gigantic whales and adorable puffins, travelling by a small speedboat. The tour departs from Husavik in northern Iceland and lasts for two and a half hours.
Puffins are hardly ever seen in Reykjavik city, but there are large numbers of them around the small islands just off the shore. This tour gives you an oportunity to spot these lovely birds in their natural habitat.
Seljavallalaug is the first swimming pool that was built in Iceland. The pool, which is located near Seljalandsfoss in South Iceland and filled with warm geothermal water, is still relatively undiscovered by tourists.
If you like bathing in the nature, Iceland has plenty to offer. There are unique spots to go swimming all over the country and some of them totally undiscovered by tourists. This article reveals four exciting swim spots in Iceland.
There are loads of hot springs in Iceland you can bathe in. The Blue Lagoon might be the most famous one but there are many more options. Most of them do not have an entrance fee so it is well worth it to do some research.
Sailing out to a beautiful bay for a sea angling adventure is a super fun way to kill a few hours in Reykjavík. Great combination of sightseeing, relaxing with friends and catching some delicious Icelandic fish on your own.
If you haven't heard about the Golden Circle day tour yet, you'll hear about it soon! Here's a little article for those who intend to drive the Golden Circle route themselves want to make interesting stops on the way.
Here's a list of eight attractions near the renowned Golden Circle that are mostly overlooked by travellers. If you are driving yourself, these destinations are well worth a little detour from the usual Golden Circle route.
"The Golden Circle" is an extremely popular tourist day trip in Iceland. There are beautiful attractions on the way but these places tend to be crowded with tourists. Here's an article about a great alternative to "The Golden Circle".
Húsavík is by many considered to be the best spot in Iceland for whale whatching. This tour is ideal for those who want to explore whales, dolphins and birds in their natural habitat. Hot chocolate and cinnamon buns included!
Flatey used to be home to hundreds of Icelanders but now it consists of one farm and a few guesthouses and cottages. It's full of wildlife and surrounded by thousands of small islands scattered around the fjord.
The "Crystal Cave" is a large ice cave located in Vatnajokull Glacier in the southeastern part of Iceland. It was discovered in 2005 and it is the largest ice cave in Iceland. These bloggers made their dream come true and visited this unique cave.
The prison break escape game is basically a game where you have an hour to escape a room by solving all kinds of riddles and mysteries. If you've been resting your body and mind in Iceland, it's now time to let your mind to work!
Thjofafoss and Hjalparfoss aren't among Iceland's most famous waterfalls, perhaps due to their remote location. If you are travelling to Iceland's Central Highlands, you should definitely take your time to visit them.