Tag: Icelandic Wildlife
August is one of the best months for visiting Iceland. Here’s our complete guide to what’s on, where to go and what to do!
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!
Did you know that the Icelandic sheepdog is known for its fluffy coat, curled tail, pointy ears, cheerful character, loud bark and friendly matter? Well, now you do. Let's find out more!
June is a great month to visit Iceland. Why might you ask? Well, for many different reasons.
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.
Iceland, the island on the edge of the Arctic is also a fabulous place to spot seals. There are quite a few areas which are known for their seal colonies, making your chances of spotting a seal or a group of them, known as a pod or herd, much higher. However, you can get lucky in many places around the coast. Here you can read all about the Icelandic seals, how and where to see them and fun trivia!
Here our Kay has outlined everything you need to know about Icelandic whales in an informative blog. What to know about Icelandic whales and where to see whales in Iceland will no longer be a question without an answer. Read up and enjoy getting to know the Royalty of the Atlantic Ocean.
From ancient Norse mythology and Viking folklore to modern day symbolism, the raven has always been revered in Iceland. But why is this bird so interesting? Where does the mystery come from? How do Icelanders feel about this black bird?
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