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Brother and sister playing in Iceland lava field during family vacation
Taking your kids on vacation in Iceland can be an exciting adventure. The little ones (and not so little ones) are still experiencing the world through young eyes. You see the wonder in their faces and their eyes light up when the double rainbow shines in the mist of the crashing Skógafoss waterfall. Camping is one of the most...
Speed sign of 90 km/h or 60 mph on Iceland's Ring Road?
Iceland is a stunningly beautiful country and is perfect for a road trip. The country’s Ring Road offers the perfect means of circumnavigating the island. Whether you’re traveling by car, campervan or motorhome rental, all you need is four wheels and your GPS to experience some of Iceland’s most spectacular outdoor attractions. But just how big is Iceland and...
Iceland's currency the Króna. How expensive is Iceland?
When planning a trip to Iceland, you'll probably hear many responses. “Wow, Iceland is so beautiful! That's amazing” is a popular one. “It's going to be cold/windy/snowy/other awful weather condition” is another one. Yet another is “I've heard it's really expensive to visit Iceland”. So, is that true? Well...Iceland is a Scandinavian country, and much like its Nordic neighbors,...
Iceland is filled with Christmas traditions and festive holiday food
If you’re thinking about spending Christmas in Iceland, it’s important to know a few things. Heading abroad for the holidays is a really special way to ring in the season. From Icelandic traditions like the Yule Lads to festive Christmas foods like hákarl (fermented shark) and hangikjöt (cured, boiled meat), there are lots of new experiences to be had...
Female tourist looking at the mossy landscape while camping in Iceland
Thinking about going camping in Iceland? If you decide to go, it will undoubtedly be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. The country is stunning, and camping is one of the best ways to experience all of its wonders. The black sand beaches of Vík, the stunning Seljalandsfoss waterfall, the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon in Vatnjökull National...
Sunset in Landmannalaugar during Iceland camping trip
I had an interesting conversation with a friend recently. We were talking about traveling to Scandinavia, and she said: “Wow, I don’t think I’d even know where to start if I was planning a trip to Iceland”! I found this a little surprising but then realized I had the same initial thoughts and reservations when I wanted to plan...
The Hverir geothermal area is know for its colorful bubbling mud. It's the perfect stop on any Iceland road trip
Imagine hitting the open road and driving past active volcanoes, powerful waterfalls, floating blue icebergs, breaching whales, turquoise volcanic lakes, or even seeing the majestic Northern Lights dancing in the distance. You will experience all of this and more if you decide to take a road trip in Iceland. The small Nordic island is a magical place, and there...
Tent camping in Iceland under the Northern Lights
When I say the word “camping”, what images come to mind? Tents set up in the forest with marshmallows roasting over an open fire? What about if you are traveling in an RV in the wilderness but there are no tents? Is it still camping if you are not technically sleeping outside or at least using a sleeping bag?...
Colorful, bubbling mud and rocks in Hverir in Iceland's Diamond Circle
Many people who come to Iceland on vacation have a short 5-day or 7-day itinerary. This usually gives them just enough time to explore Reykjavik, soak in the healing waters of the Blue Lagoon, and explore popular areas like Vatnajökull National Park and Reynisfjara in the south or Snaefellsnes Peninsula in the west. While it’s no secret that south Iceland...
Multiple tents set up at Skógafoss waterfall for camping in Iceland in September
You've purchased your camping card and have set up your campervan or RV rental in Iceland.  The camping season is quickly coming to a close, but it’s not over yet. September resides in the sweet spot for camping in Iceland; most of the tourists have stopped coming (at least with the hopes of camping), the prices for renting gear...


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