Are you dreaming of a family trip to Iceland but aren’t sure if the trip will be kid-friendly? Rest assured — Iceland is the safest country on earth and nature’s greatest playground. Check out the best things to do in Iceland with kids!
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.
Over the past several months, my friend and I initiated a Reykjavik Asian food quest, exploring the Asian restaurants in Reykjavik. We have tried seven Asian restaurants so far and I have to say, the outcomes were quite impressive. Let me walk you through the list of the best Asian restaurants in Reykjavik!
Vatnajökull National Park has officially been labeled a “unique value to mankind” and added to the UNESCO World Heritage List! A present-day picture of Earth’s past, Vatnajökull just went straight out of the ice age and into the spotlight!
We’ve collected tips, tricks, thoughts, and complaints that vacationers shared in their TripAdvisor reviews of Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Authentic feedback plus useful tips is the combo of stress-free sightseeing.
Icelandic public transport is pretty good, with easy access to most of the sights, but it does change seasonally. Here’s a quick guide to getting around the country.
Have you ever considered Iceland as a top-tier extreme water sports destination? Here are some of the questions about jet boats and rafting in Iceland in particular.
August is one of the best months for visiting Iceland. Here’s our complete guide to what’s on, where to go and what to do!