Blogs by: Jamie
July is the warmest month in Iceland, so it's an ideal month to visit. Here are some fun ideas on what to do when visiting this wonderful country in July!
When the driver dropped us near the glacier, our glacier guide provided us with all the equipment we needed. We were given glacier crampons to put on our hiking shoes so we wouldn't fall or slide about. We, also, were given ice axes for additional support.
Horse riding in Iceland is something I have been dreaming about for a long time:
This has to be on everyone’s bucket list – if you are not allergic to horses, of course!
After lunch, we went to the place to be, the houses from the GOT series. Our guide, who had participated as an extra, had to kill people in the series. He showed us the different ways to kill someone with a sword and a knife (not a real one of course!)
I went on the lava caving tour with my two Belgian friends, it was so cool! We got all the equipment we needed from our guide who was very helpful. Everyone was picked up at their accommodation then we went to the volcanic area.
A map and a camera were all I needed to explore the beautiful city Reykjavik and to see it in all its glory. It was a sunny Friday, a perfect day to go outside for a walk in the capital city of Iceland. I discovered and visited so many beautiful places.
Everyone knows the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, right? It’s a large pool in a magnificent lava landscape filled with geothermally heated, mineral-rich water. The Secret Lagoon is less well-known but equally spectacular. So why would you not want to go the Secret Lagoon?