Tag: Icelandic Nature
Iceland is nicknamed the land of ice and fire. The fire represents the abundance of volcanoes and volcanic system tucked away in the colorful landscape. Here are the top 10 Iceland Volcanoes!
Each year, thousands of visitors travel to Iceland to experience and enjoy the country’s exciting hiking routes, some of which deservedly appear on lists of the best hikes in the world. Gifted with an extremely varied landscape and awe-inspiring natural wonders, Iceland is one of the best places in the world for hikers and explorers. Read about the best hikes in Iceland!
Iceland is the puffin watching capital of the world. Bird watchers and scientists from all over the world come to Iceland to see this interesting species for themselves. Thanks to their incredibly cute and funny appearance, puffin watching has become one of the top favorite summer activities for visitors in Iceland! Learn more about the puffins in Iceland: when to see and how to find them.
The makes the Icelandic Viking horse unique? Is it its incredible soft gait, tölt? Or maybe its friendly demeanor? Is it that they grow up in open fields? Or that they have been purely bread since the Vikings brought them? Let's find out!
Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice, with the country's many spectacular volcanoes give it the 'fire'! Here are 5 of the best volcano tours that you can take!
All about Trees in Iceland | Why are there no trees in Iceland? Or are there actually forests in Iceland and if yes, where can you find Icelandic forests? Iceland used to be covered with trees but now they are hard to find. What is the reason behind it? What type of tree survives in Iceland?
Here is everything you might want to know about trees in Iceland.
Take a dip in one of Iceland's natural hot springs or geothermal pools, which are found throughout the country. Thanks to Iceland’s unique geography, the country is awash with natural pools and hot springs, meaning you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the right pool for you.
May in Iceland is a really special time to visit. Nature is coming alive very rapidly now, spring and even early summer flowers are increasingly flourishing, the trees and grass are usually turning greener by the day. Temperatures are warmer, particularly in South Iceland, although the mercury can still drop sharply and snow can fall, this is less likely than it is in April. When the sun shines the long bright days of May are so magnificent - everything just feels so vibrant and fully alive. No wonder many Icelanders say this is their favorite time of year!
What is the weather like in February in Iceland? All info about traveling to Iceland in winter. Find out what to do in Iceland in February.
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!