What to do in Iceland
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.
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.
No trip to Iceland is complete without a visit to one of Reykjavik’s many spas. Icelanders’ love of spending time in the water runs deep in their culture.
Snowmobiling provides riders with an indescribable adrenaline rush, so why not spice up your travel plans and book a snowmobile tour? Click to learn more.
Traveling to Iceland over Christmas or New Years? If you are looking to do some great adventure tours over the Christmas holiday in Iceland you have found the right blog. Here we will go over the tours and adventures you need to do over Christmas in Iceland from the 20 December to the 4th of January! *
How to spend a weekend in Iceland in winter? When traveling for a short period of time you need to organize and preplan in order to make the most of your trip.
There are three main glacial areas on the island that are appropriate for snowmobiling. Read on to find which one is perfect for you.
Already soaked in the Blue Lagoon and drove through the South Coast? Go North! North Iceland is charming, unique and filled with fascinating attractions and wildlife.
Summer might be the best time of the year to head to Iceland. The weather is at its most pleasant and hospitable; the evenings are gloriously long; and it’s the best time to find a tour to any one of our bucket-list locations.
Healing geothermal water is one of Iceland’s main trademarks. The mineral-rich water is known to benefit both physical and mental health. It’s no wonder people from all over the world come to Iceland to relax and recharge at its natural spas.