What to do in Iceland
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.
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.
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.
For such a small country, there is a lot to do in Iceland. It is a land bursting with natural wonder, from the peaks of its mountains to the depths of its springs.
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.
Hiking in Iceland as the weather heats up in June is glorious and one of the best ways to experience Icelandic nature. Here’s a quick guide to hitting the trails!
If you're an adrenaline junkie and coming to Iceland for an adventure, then check out this blog for what to do on your visit!
Wondering what to read before visiting Iceland? Why not dive headfirst into some Icelandic literature, where life in Iceland is covered from the Viking age to modern times. Some fiction, some crime, some true stories. Pick your poison(novel)!