Iceland is a small country that packs a big punch. On just one trip, you can walk on sparkling beaches, hike enormous glaciers, climb through lava caves, watch geysers erupt, explore primeval forests, and much more.
Anaconda Ice Cave is a glacier ice cave located on Vatnajokull, the largest glacier in Iceland. The glacier’s mightiness fostered many ice caves that share the same beautiful title - “Crystal Ice Cave” - because of the crystal blue ice.
Those who have been bitten by the wanderlust bug probably know that the most mesmerizing beauties are often hidden from the crowd’s eyes. You have to get out of your comfort zone to find them. But when you do, your prize is much more than a few nice views. The Laugavegur hiking trail is known as the best in Iceland - or possibly even in the whole world.
The makes the Icelandic Viking horse unique? Is it its incredible soft gait, tölt? Or maybe its friendly demeanor? Is it that they grow up in open fields? Or that they have been purely bread since the Vikings brought them? Let's find out!
Many ask about driving in Iceland. This country of endless options and roads to every- and nowhere need careful direction. Many ask about the Rong Road, Gas prices in Iceland and driving in winter. Here you will find all your questions about Driving in Iceland answered in one place.
Interview with professional diving instructor Nick Reeves. Read to learn how to become a diving instructor and what you should never do at Silfra Fissure!
Iceland tops travel lists for its other-worldy beaches and idyllic islands, but its newest travel ranking has nothing to do with beauty.
April is known as one of the cheaper months to visit Iceland and for the stunning sunsets and the epic start of summer where the summer and winter seem to be fighting a war. There are so many epic adventures and things to do in Iceland in April and here is the ultimate guide.
A recent announcement from the Icelandic Meteorological Office has triggered great excitement throughout Iceland.
Responsible travel, while similar to environmentally-cautious travel, is not exactly the same thing. A responsible traveler is one who considers not only the protection of nature but also of the local culture and economy of the country before setting off on their adventure.