RV dump stations in Iceland sign
So you’ve finally decided to use a recreational vehicle (RV) to traverse Iceland’s amazing great outdoors. And you’ve probably already planned a wonderful itinerary where you can see breathtaking sites. Some examples of these could be visiting Glymur the highest waterfall in Iceland and stargazing at the Aurora Borealis. RV Dump Stations in Iceland: How and Where But now you have...
Reykjanes Peninsula Iceland lava fields covered in moss
Iceland is called the Land of Fire and Ice because it’s teeming with beautiful landscapes, jarring contrasts, and rugged terrain. The Reykjanes Peninsula is no different and is characterized by geothermal mud pools, steaming lava fields, and unique rock formations. This peninsula is also home to the famous and luxurious Blue Lagoon and the Keflavik International Airport. Reykjanes Peninsula Visitors to...
Iceland camping law
So you want to go camping in Iceland but don’t have the first clue about how to do it? Do you envision yourself sleeping under the Northern Lights and waking up to watch the sunrise over a fjord? Are you afraid of having that dream dashed by a farmer chasing you off his land for trespassing? That’s where knowing...
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...
Studded snow tires in Iceland
Iceland is a magical place that turns into a winter wonderland from November to late March. It's becoming a popular time for tourists to come due to lower prices and breathtaking landscapes. But if you plan on camping in Iceland during the winter, there are some things related to driving safely that you’ll want to know about. Snow tires in...
Iceland solo travel man in the Highlands
Iceland is a magnetizing country aptly called the Land of Fire and Ice. This land is alive with beautiful contrasts from steamy hot springs, active volcanoes, glaciers, and frozen waterfalls. Iceland is the perfect country to travel solo as a female traveller because there is a virtually nonexistent crime rate. As a male or solo female traveller, a low...
Driving in Iceland in the fall has less crowds at waterfalls like this
You’ve made the right decision to organize a trip to Iceland and see the captivating Land of Fire and Ice. There are plenty of wonders to enjoy as you tour this fascinating country. The best method of travel, by far, is to rent a car, campervan, or motorhome because Iceland does not have a train system and there are...
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...
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...
Camping near Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon
Iceland a country known for its awe-inspiring natural beauty. The unique landscapes warrant a trip around the island on an Iceland road trip. One of the most popular ways to see the country is to go camping. This gives you the chance to not only save money, but to also spend time in The Great Outdoors. And if you're...