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tourists hiking on a glacier in Iceland
Iceland is famously called the Land of Fire and Ice because of jarring contrasts such as active volcanoes and magnificent glaciers. The glaciers of Iceland are so abundant they cover 11% of the total land area in the country. These natural wonders are captivating and they remain a consistent attraction for the adventurous traveler. You can go on organized...
Iceland in known for amazing landscapes like the mountian ridge on the picture
With so much to see and do in Iceland, it’s essential to do your research beforehand. While many like to venture off the beaten track, this is one place where even the major tourist attractions are likely to impress. If you just don’t know where to start, then let us show you what Iceland is famous for. What should you...
Reykjadalur hot springs
People tend to associate snow and cold weather with Iceland. This comes as no surprise, given our northern latitude and the fact that the word “ice” is in the country's name. But when preparing for any Iceland travel experience, you'll be missing out if you don't pack your swimsuit as well. This is because bathing culture and visiting hot...
The Ring Road is a scenic route in Iceland
Driving and Iceland are practically synonymous, so it's no surprise that our beautiful country has so many scenic routes. If you're looking for stunning natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes, you've come to the right place. Whether you decide to get a rental car, campervan, or motorhome, get ready to hit the open road with some of the coolest roads...
One of Iceland's prettiest churches is the Budir black church
When most people think of Iceland sightseeing and activities, they tend to focus on natural attractions like volcanoes, glaciers, or hot springs. But that's not all there is to see and do on our beautiful Nordic island. We've also got some pretty cool architecture, museums, and other places to visit. Iceland churches are also quite famous and there are...
Iceland is a country that is divided into eights regions and these regions have within them 63 towns and villages. For every tourist coming to Iceland, these towns are some of the most important places Iceland is known for. Almost all of these towns has excellent lodging for visitors as well as convenience stores, campsites, gas stations, and more....
A tourist (hopefully) wild camping legally in Iceland
Camping in Iceland is one of the most popular ways to explore the country. It also provides a cheap alternative to staying at hotels. With prices of around $10-15 per night per person to stay at a campsite, there just no comparison. But Iceland Camping might be a little different than what you’re used to. In many countries (like...
F208 in Landmannalaugar Iceland
Anyone driving in Iceland will quickly learn a thing or two about the country’s roads. To start, Iceland’s Ring Road (Route 1) circumnavigates the island. It's a paved, two-lane highway that any vehicle can drive on. When you decide to go further inland and enter the Highlands, you'll need to drive on Iceland's F-roads. But what exactly is an F-road?...
View of Akureyri and glacier from the bay
Iceland's Second City is a cozy little town of 18,000 in the northern part of the country. Resting at the foot of the Eyjafjörður fjord, this charming municipality is a must-stop destination on any trip around Iceland’s Ring Road. With the colorful wooden houses that are so quintessentially Icelandic and an iconic church designed by Iceland's most famous architect, there...
The are lots of hiking trails in Landmannalaugar besides Laugavegur
Landmannalaugar is an area in Iceland blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes. The colorful surfaces of the rhyolite mountains at Brennisteinsalda, the black lava fields of Laugahraun, and the rolling green meadows of this very special territory beckon hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts year after year. The most popular hiking trail here is the Laugavegur trail, which stretches from Landmannalaugar...


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