The ultimate guide for thrill seeking people who are not afraid of the cold and want to surf in Iceland. The article includes great tips and valuable information such as a map with the best spots information about what gear is necessary and more.
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!
Snorkelling between two tectonic plates, surfing amongst iceberg and snowboarding in the dark are among things you can't do anywhere but in Iceland. Here's an inspiring blog post for adventure-thirsty travellers.
The settlers of Iceland lived in turf cabins, characterised by their grassy roofs. Some turf houses still remain and have been rebuilt partly or entirely. Saenautasel is located in Iceland's Highlands and has been redecorated as a restaurant.
Thorrablot is a big event in Iceland that takes place in January each year. The Thorrablot is basically a great feast where people come together and eat traditional Icelandic food—which is by some considered the strangest food in the world.
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.
If you're headed to Iceland, you better try some of the delicious (and some not as) local authentic and traditional food. This article focuses on four really awesome things we love and urge you to try!
Iceland celebrates the Carnival right before the 40 day Easter fast. Although most people have given up the habit of staying abstinent to meat or fish during this time of year, the tradition of celebrating Carnival lives on.