Tag: Icelandic Nature
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 no shortage of fun, thrilling and beautiful things to do in Iceland. Here are some of the most exciting short excursions to try.
Struggling to choose your next hiking destination? Read on to learn why Iceland is a hiker's paradise and discover the country's most spectacular hiking trails!
Whether you’re on an extended stopover in Reykjavík or enjoying a city break, a holiday in the city doesn’t mean waving goodbye to your Icelandic adventure. Reykjavík is the perfect hub from which to explore the wildest, most untamed parts of Iceland. You’re only a short distance from your next adrenaline rush.
Iceland has become world famous for being a geothermal paradise. Everyone wants to experience the feeling of soaking in natural hot springs under the northern lights. Find out why you shouldn’t be one of them.
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.
A few days ago the Kit Harrington and Emilia Clarke landed in Iceland, the reason? They are here to film the 8th and last season of the ever so popular Game of Thrones. Locations are yet to be released but many say that glaciers and the coldest areas in Iceland are the most prominent. They are looking for snow, that we do know! Here we wonder about the next locations and steps in the process!
For a moment, I stop breathing. Not from fear, but from pure awe and wonder. I am experiencing a blend of deep serenity and insane euphoria.
Driving the famous Ring Road comes top on the bucket-list for many travelers to Iceland. I have done the Ring Road three times, met wonderful people along the way, and had a great time. Would I do it a fourth time - absolutely, yes! There are so many different things you can do along the way. Take a few days or a couple of weeks! Let me share my Ring Road tips and ideas with you.
Iceland has numerous ice cave. The Crystal Ice cave in Vatnajokull, The Into the Glacier on Falljökull and new ice caves are forming every year.