The Snæfellsnes peninsula is frequently called Iceland in miniature. It's got everything you could possibly hope for in a visit to the small Nordic Island. Iconic, postcard-worthy shots of waterfalls and volcanoes? Check. Glaciers and Game of Thrones filming locations? Check. And it all lies just a short two-hour drive north of Reykjavik, making it perfect for a day...
For early risers, there’s nothing better than strolling the through the city, bright and early, with a nice cup of coffee and a pastry for breakfast. Why not head to a bakery in downtown Reykjavik and enjoy the city’s quaint buildings and parks with an equally delicious baked good? Enter Sandholt Bakery and Eatery. While it’s not Reykjavik’s oldest...
The Golden Circle, or sometimes known as the Golden Triangle, is a stunning sightseeing route that cuts through south Iceland. If it is your first time visiting our island nation, I would say it is a must-see. The route features some of the best that Iceland has to offer: tranquil waterfalls, one of our beloved national parks, powerful geysers,...
If you are planning on visiting Thingvellir (Þingvellir) National Park during your next trip to Iceland, you are in for a treat. As one of Iceland's best national parks, it is one of the country's most visited tourist attractions, and for a good reason. Landscapes within the park shift drastically and are cinematic. The tours offered throughout the park...
Imagine this: you are floating in opaque misty blue water surrounded by ancient lava fields while you drink a smoothie. The steam fills the air and opens up your lungs. You are totally relaxed. Looking up at a pale blue sky and you begin to daydream. Just as you close your eyes, a silhouetted figure emerges, standing above you....
We all know what a campsite is but when you ask people what they should look for in a campsite, not many of them can provide a certain answer. Being honest, it is not hard to know why as there is a huge variety of them. When trying to find the Best Iceland Campsites in 2018, we were trying...
Many people are very clear about the seasons: they either love winter or they love summer. But what about those who want to come to Iceland regardless of the season? Well, we've got good news for them! There are campsites in Iceland that are actually open throughout the year. We've created this ultimate list of campsites open all year...
The majority of the people come to Iceland in Summertime, which is the high season. Milder temperatures and more daylight are some of the reasons why. Camping sites are usually open in Summer because of weather conditions. Roads are clearer and they are easier to reach. It is actually the best time of the year to visit. But belive...
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