What to know in Iceland
The Silfra Fissure in Southwest Iceland is considered one of the best snorkeling and diving spots on Earth.
Looking for new holiday adventures? Forget overcrowded cities with thick smog and long lines to the Eiffel Tower or Big Ben. Step off the touristy tracks and enjoy the old-world charm of Iceland’s small towns.
Here are some of Iceland’s most beautiful spots where you can take amazing photos. Your Instagram feed will never be the same again!
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.
Just recently, Bilbo the Samoyed Puppy & our new Junior Guide has made a startling discovery – Iceland’s newest ice cave! Read all about the legend behind the cave and our favorite pup guide.
“Wellness” means different things to different people. Officially, it means good health and the pursuit of same. But standards vary and so does the pursuit itself: different cultures value different things.
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.