Iceland is one of the best countries in the world for travelling solo: It’s safe, beautiful and filled with excitement and adventure!
Driving is a popular way to take in everything that Iceland has to offer. Learn how to stay safe behind the wheel in our guide to Iceland's road safety.
September in Iceland - What to do? What to wear? What to pack? What is the weather like in September in Iceland? How to drive in September? Can you see the Northern Lights in September in Iceland? And so much more - Read up about September in Iceland before visiting right here!
June is a great month to visit Iceland. Why might you ask? Well, for many different reasons.
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!
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.