Tag: Self-drive 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.
April is known as one of the cheaper months to visit Iceland and for the stunning sunsets and the epic start of summer where the summer and winter seem to be fighting a war. There are so many epic adventures and things to do in Iceland in April and here is the ultimate guide.
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.
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!
A list of things you need to have when traveling in Iceland. The must-have essentials for Iceland travel a list from a local traveler.
Some might surprise you, some might not but never the less, you are going to need all of these!
When planning a trip to Iceland many might ask themselves the question: "Should I rent a car?" In this blog, I am trying to help you make up your mind. Here are some pros and cons, enjoy!
Many ask about driving in Iceland. This country of endless options and roads to every- and nowhere need careful direction. Many ask about the Rong Road, Gas prices in Iceland and driving in winter. Here you will find all your questions about Driving in Iceland answered in one place.
The Aurora Borealis, the beautiful, colorful, dancing lights in the sky. What are they? Where can you see them and when is the best time to do so? We share our guide to spot this once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon.
One of those posts I wish I didn't have to write but there seems to be a great misunderstanding going on. Toilets are our friends!
Also clean nature is what makes Iceland so special and we would really like to keep it that way. Let's stick together and clean up after ourselves when nature calls well, in nature.
Everything you need to know about the infamous Jökularsálón glacier lagoon. What is it? How did it form? Where to stay close by? Which are the best tours taking you to Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon and so on. A must read before traveling on the south coast in Iceland.