November is a beautiful month to visit Iceland. It might be cold but there are endless options for great activities and fun!
Here are some ideas on what to do in Iceland when visiting in November.
When exploring a new country one often thinks what should I do there? Icelanders might be a small nation but the county is not.. Here is a helpful guide on which things to try in Iceland and the best value tours to take to tick off your Iceland bucket list!
Here we show some of the best photos our participants have shared on Instagram from our trips and tours around our wonderful country of ice and fire. Keep on using #arcticadventures it's so much fun to see your beautiful photos!
Iceland is every photographer's paradise. It really doesn't matter if the weather in Iceland is difficult. This just adds mystique to the photos, this has been proven over and over again and her @lebackpacker does it one more time! We are huge fans and here you can see why!
Skaftafell National Park in South East Iceland is an area with stunningly diverse geological features and scenery. Get to know what to do around the area!
48 hours in Reykjavík might not seem like a lot, but with the right itinerary, some advanced planning and a good pair of walking shoes you’ll get to enjoy all the best things the city has to offer. From swimming pools to schnapps and everything in between, we’ve compiled the perfect 48-hour itinerary for Reykjavík.
Snorkeling in Silfra fissure takes you in between tectonic plates. It is actually the only place in the world where you can do so. Find out more.
River Rafting in Iceland is somewhat of a local sport and also a way to explore glaciers. Find out why!
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.