Tag: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
There are so many amazing ways to explore Iceland, it is almost overwhelming but fear not! We are here to help with the Iceland Vacation Bucketlist - the top 11 things to do in Iceland. Make sure to read this one before planning a trip to the land of ice and fire.
Most tourists who visit Iceland rent a car to explore the country’s many beauty spots. However, there are lots of ways to explore Iceland without the hassle of having to rent and drive a car.
From snowmobiling to hiking, at sea or on land, we’ve found the best, most adrenaline-filled ways of exploring the land of ice and fire.
Iceland is renowned for its diverse landscape and a wide variety of amazing things to see and do. There is so much to see, so much to do and often a limited time. Then it's best to seek knowledge of the experts. Here, we have put together the best things about our country.
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. Here we go over everything you need to know about the ice caves? How do ice caves form? Why do they change? What types of ice caves are there? What is the difference between an ice cave and ice tunnel? Are all ice caves found in glaciers?
All glacier enthusiast out there, this is a must read!
When exploring a new country one often thinks what should I do there? Icelanders might be a small nation but the county is not and the variety of activities is great so when it comes to choosing what to do in Iceland? It can be tricky. 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!
This local's favorite is an annual event where the sky is lit up with fireworks right above the stunning Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in the Vatnajökull national park in south east Iceland. If you are traveling in Iceland early August don't miss.
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!