Blogs by: Kay
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.
When traveling to a new country many like to make an estimated budget and for a country like Iceland, it is recommended. But how much are things in Iceland?
All about Trees in Iceland | Why are there no trees in Iceland? Or are there actually forests in Iceland and if yes, where can you find Icelandic forests? Iceland used to be covered with trees but now they are hard to find. What is the reason behind it? What type of tree survives in Iceland?
Here is everything you might want to know about trees in Iceland.
All About the Best Beaches found in Iceland | Reynisfjara Black Sand Beache, The Red Sand Beach in Westfjords, Jökulsárlón's Diamond Beach, Grotta Lighthouse in Reykjavik and so much more. Which beaches are must visit while in Iceland and what are the beaches famous for? Find out everything there is to know about the Icelandic beaches.
May in Iceland is a really special time to visit. Nature is coming alive very rapidly now, spring and even early summer flowers are increasingly flourishing, the trees and grass are usually turning greener by the day.
Iceland, the island on the edge of the Arctic is also a fabulous place to spot seals. There are quite a few areas which are known for their seal colonies, making your chances of spotting a seal or a group of them, known as a pod or herd, much higher. However, you can get lucky in many places around the coast. Here you can read all about the Icelandic seals, how and where to see them and fun trivia!
Here our Kay has outlined everything you need to know about Icelandic whales in an informative blog. What to know about Icelandic whales and where to see whales in Iceland will no longer be a question without an answer. Read up and enjoy getting to know the Royalty of the Atlantic Ocean.
Some museums around Iceland are very unusual, others are tiny, a few, especially considering their remote locations, are unexpectedly grand. Almost all reflect the colossal hard work and enthusiasm for life which are powerful characteristics of the Icelandic people. Discover the exciting museums around Iceland´s main artery, the epic Ring Road!
There are some fabulous places to eat along the South Coast of Iceland. Snacks, lunches, relaxed suppers or formal dinners along the way - our café/restaurant guide has got them covered! Let´s go on a culinary journey from Hveragerði to Höfn!
Icelanders make great beer, that's a fact!
We can't make wine so we focused on beer and since the beer was banned until 1989 we brew it with passion and privilege.
Are you looking to know about the most popular beer in Iceland? Where to buy the best beer in Iceland? What is so special about Icelandic beer culture? We got you, read more in the blog!