“There is a waterfall in every dream. Cool and crystal clear, it falls gently on the sleeper, cleansing the mind and soothing the soul.” - Virginia Alison If you are planning to travel to Iceland, you must have heard about their many beautiful calming waterfalls. People all over the world travel...

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Iceland is often referred to as the land of fire and ice, thanks to its volcanic activity as well as the enormous glaciers you’ll find here. If you’re reading this, then chances are you’re interested in visiting one of the many famous glaciers of Iceland. You’re in the right place then as in...

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If you find yourself wondering about things to do in Iceland or day trips from Reykjavik, then look no further than The Golden Circle. As perhaps the most popular sightseeing route in Iceland, for anyone who doesn’t have enough time to drive the entirety of Iceland’s iconic ring road, the Golden...

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Iceland is one of the best locations in the world for whale watching. Surrounded by the North Atlantic Ocean, whale watching in Iceland is one of the top tourist attractions thanks to the variety of whales that flock to the country’s shores. There are no shortages of whale watching experiences in...

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07. Feb 2019 | by Liam Davies | 25 min read

Hiking in Iceland

There are many countries and areas which you could label a 'Hiker's Paradise', and one of those is most definitely Iceland. You could, in fact, consider the whole of the country one big hiking trail, with so much to explore and many different types of trails leading you there. For those...

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Updated: 14. Feb 2019 | by Julia Hammond | 5 min read

Iceland Off The Beaten Track

Iceland has grown tremendously in popularity over the last few years. According to statistics released in 2017 by the Icelandic Tourist Board, foreign visitor numbers increased from under half a million in 2010 to almost 1.8 million in 2016. That trend seems set to continue, with Iceland remaining a...

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The Ring Road is a very popular route with tourists due to its relative simplicity and the fact it covers a large number of major attractions here in Iceland. The route is a great starting point for many travellers as it loops along the coast, around the entire island. As you travel, you can take regular detours...

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Your Guide to the Highland Areas of Hekla, Landmannalaugar, and Þórsmörk. While it’s natural to want to take in as much of Iceland as possible, driving the entire Ring Road (Route 1) in a single visit can result in car fatigue. Instead, try planning a regional itinerary that gets you outside and...

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Read about 9 magical waters in Iceland, where to find them and what to expect.  How can something produce such a vast amount of water? Rain plays the biggest part, of course, with water evaporating into vapors and coagulating to form the clouds that proceed to squirt out that beautiful rain we all love...

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It seems everyone wants to go to Iceland these days. That’s hardly surprising. The introduction of new flight routes from Europe and North America encourage competitively priced air travel and increase connectivity. Social media feeds are popping with Insta-worthy pictures of icebergs marooned on Jökulsárlón...

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