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Hikers on Iceland's Skaftafell glacier in Vatnajökull National Park
When you go to Iceland, it seems like there are a million outdoor activities to choose from. Which waterfalls are the most beautiful and which hiking trails in Lanmannlaugar should you trek? When planning an Iceland itinerary, one thing is for sure. You definitely need to include a glacier hike on your list of excursions. Taking a tour where...
Bruarfoss with snow in Iceland in April
When you decide to go camping in Iceland in April, the weather is going to have a big impact on your trip. Because you'll be closer to the elements than if you were staying in a traditional hotel, you need to be sure that you're prepared and that you know what to expect. Rain, sleet, snow, hail, and icy...
Iceland's famous black sand beach on the South Coast near Vik
Iceland is famous all over the world for the breathtaking beauty of its dramatic natural landscapes. In the country known as the land of Fire and Ice, mammoth glaciers, rushing waterfalls, explosive volcanoes, eerie ice caves, haunting glacier lagoons, bubbling hot springs, and narrow fjords all take center stage. The island also possesses some of the best volcanic beaches...
Camping in Iceland in April and May landscape
Camping in Iceland is a popular way to see the island all year long. It's not only a cost-effective way to travel for those on a budget, but you've also got a lot more freedom than renting a car and staying in hotels. And the spring months of April and May are some of the best times of year...
Iceland's black waterfall Svartifoss waterfall
Iceland’s nickname is “The Land of Fire and Ice”.You could add many other nouns to the list, but I guess the title would be too long. Besides fire and ice, this Nordic nation is also the land of waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, and more. There are many different types of waterfalls across the country. Small ones, wide ones, tall...
Hverfjall crater is a popular volcano tour in Iceland
Iceland is a beautiful place that offers a significant number of things to do during your trip. You will have the chance to explore different natural attractions due to the country’s unique and diverse geography. Not only do the famous Northern Lights (the Aurora Borealis) attract the eyes of tourists every year, but there are plenty of other activities...
Seljalandsfoss valley and Midnight Sun
Did you know that Iceland has over 10,000 waterfalls? Yup, it’s true. I’m constantly amazed by the fact that such a small island (Iceland is about the size of Kentucky, Cuba, or half of the UK) can have so many natural wonders. With the seemingly endless number of waterfalls, certain ones emerge as the top ten or the most...
Justin Bieber's Iceland music video shows him destroying fragile Icelandic moss
I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while. I know I might be a little late to the party given that Justin Bieber released his music video filmed in Iceland back in 2015. The thing is, I’m into other types of music, and I didn’t know about the video for a long time. Yes, I live under...
Camping in Iceland recipe for chicken and rice
Today let’s talk about one of my favorite topics in the world: food! But when camping in Iceland, we have to plan our own menus and be our own chefs instead of booking a table at a fancy restaurant. Camping is probably the number one option for travelers that visit Iceland, and that usually implies a limited budget. A...
Open stretch of Iceland's Ring Road
When planning a road trip in Iceland, you’ll find a lot of information about the Ring Road and have plenty of questions. What’s the speed limit? What are the road conditions like? What are some things to do in Iceland along the Ring Road? Perhaps the most frequently asked question is how long it will take you to drive...