Tag: Thingvellir National Park
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.
We’ve compiled the ultimate 48-hour adventure guide to Iceland. Read on to learn how you can enjoy the best adventures the country has to offer in two days
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.
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.
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. The colors, the sounds, the thoughts and the feelings are more intense and deeper. My imagination takes me on beautiful journeys.
The black stands for the lava caves and the blue for the astonishing colors at Silfra fissure. But what is the experience of visiting these two places like? What do you learn, see and feel! Here Steinunn tells all about the Black and Blue tour.
Snorkeling in Silfra fissure takes you in between tectonic plates. It is actually the only place in the world where you can do so. Find out more.
Everyone knows the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, right? It’s a large pool in a magnificent lava landscape filled with geothermally heated, mineral-rich water. The Secret Lagoon is less well-known but equally spectacular. So why would you not want to go the Secret Lagoon?