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Golden Circle Tour in July
Visiting Iceland in July offers a unique and unforgettable experience. With its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and endless daylight, July is an ideal time to explore this incredible destination. This guide covers everything you need to know about Iceland in July, including weather, activities, and essential tips for travelers. Iceland Weather in July Weather in Iceland in July is generally mild...
Reykjavík Culture Night events
Reykjavík Culture Night, known locally as "Menningarnótt," is a vibrant highlight in Iceland’s cultural calendar. This event not only marks the beginning of the city’s cultural year but also showcases the rich cultural fabric that weaves throughout the capital. As an eagerly anticipated occasion, it offers both locals and tourists a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a variety...
Visiting frozen Gullfoss waterfall is a great winter activity in Iceland
Winter is one of my favorite times in Iceland. The months of December, January and February see the country covered in snow. Its formerly lush green landscapes are magically transformed into a winter wonderland. When driving around the island’s Ring Road, it feels as if you've landed inside a snow globe. If you come to Iceland for a winter...
Bubbling mud at the Hverir geothermal area near Lake Mývatn
Nestled in the heart of North Iceland, the Mývatn Geothermal Area presents a landscape where the forces of nature have sculpted a world both alien and mesmerizing. This article delves into the wonders of this geothermal paradise, answering key questions and guiding you through its most captivating sights. Tectonic Tales: The Plates of Mývatn The Mývatn region in North Iceland is...
Dog sledding in Iceland
Iceland is aptly called the Land of Fire and Ice because of stark contrasts from active volcanoes to glacier diamond lakes. The avid traveler who ventures into Iceland is in for an amazing treat. There are many activities distinctive to this country but most notably dog sledding. If you are looking for a unique experience and are an animal...
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...
List of Icelandic festivals
Iceland is a land of fire, ice, and festivals. We've got something to suit every taste, from heavy metal fans to art lovers to people who just enjoy playing soccer in the mud. If you're looking to attend an Icelandic festival during your trip, you've landed in the right place. We'll cover some of the most popular ones, both...
Day tours in Iceland to ice caves are an exciting activity
When planning a trip to Iceland, the list of things to do can be overwhelming. We may be a small island in the North Atlantic, but we are bursting at the seams with natural attractions and outdoor excursions. If you're not sure where to begin, taking one of many day tours in Iceland could be a good place to...
Iceland fjords are a beautiful natural wonder
Whenever travelers visit Iceland, there are certain items that must be included on everyone's bucket list. Everyone knows about trekking massive glaciers, hiking careening waterfalls, and taking a dip in steaming geothermal pools and swimming pools. But let's not forget about Iceland fjords; they're another must on any adventurer’s Iceland itinerary. Many people tend to associate deep, plunging fjords...
Videy island kids swinging
Just off the coast of Reykjavik, you'll find a hidden gem that not many travelers to Iceland are not aware of. Viðey Island is home to historical monuments, works of contemporary art, and around 30 species of birds. And if you have the Reykjavik City Card, the ferry to Viðey Island from Reykjavik is free of charge. There's plenty to...


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