If you are travelling to Iceland in the winter chances are high that you are going to see some northern lights dancing up in the sky. Here's an informative article on where it's best to see them and how to photograph them.
Snorkeling is probably not what comes first to mind in the cold Icelandic climate. Think again! Snorkeling in Silfra is a surreal experience for all adventurers who don't mind some cold water snorkeling :)
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.
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.
Many travellers come to Iceland to see the Northern Lights. Here's an article that has the answer to questions you might have about this magnificent phenomena and how to prepare for a Northern Lights trip.
There are several hiking routes around Skaftafell, Vatnajokull National Park, and each has it’s own appeal. In Skaftafell you are guaranteed to have a memorable hike, and here are some of our favorite routes.
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.
If you are a foodie like me and are looking for a something beyond the traditional Golden Circle tour, this experience is right on. You can't go wrong with some gourmet tastings of local delicacies along the way.
Ever been on a glacier? If not, going on a glacier hike in Iceland is sort of a must-do. This experience features an easy glacier walk with an option for people to try out their ice-climbing skills with an expert guide.
Friðheimar is a wonderful organic vegetable farm, focusing on tomatoes. Inside the greenhouse there is a fabulous restaurant which is open during lunchtime. Friðheimar is located very close to the attractions of the Golden Circle Route.
Snaefellsnes peninsula is one of the most beautiful regions of Iceland. The variety of landscapes is great and the ocean is all around. And not to mention the Snaefellsjokull Glacier. Here's a list of 10 must see places in Snaefellsnes.
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!
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.
The Fimmvörðuháls hiking trail is a around 15 miles long — it is possible to split the hike between two days or complete it in one day. In my opinion, this hike is ideal to experience the best of Iceland's nature.
The Fimmvörðuháls Mountain Pass is a 23 km/13 m long hiking trail in South Iceland. It's a very popular trail, probably due to the gorgeous scenery along the way. Here's an inspiring and yet informative article about this unique hike.
While this article is in Icelandic (sorry), the map within the article is one of the best ones we've found about places near Reykjavik which are good for Northern lights spotting. The map was created by a local, Árni Tryggvason.