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Iceland – the Instagrammer’s heaven

Photography, Summer|

Iceland thanks to its unique and contrasting landscapes its known as every photographer's dream but lately with growing popularity of social media it was named also the Instagrammer's heaven. Moreover, in Iceland you can experience the amazing Midnight Sun or late Winter sunrises even at 11 am which can create unique light and ambiance on your photographs. Not even mentioning the natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights attracting to Iceland thousands of tourists every year with their tripods and camera lenses. Black sand beaches, spectacular [...]

The Lava Tunnel, an extraordinary experience close to Reykjavik.

Iceland Tours, Spring, Summer|

A tour into Raufarhólshellir Lava Tunnel is a fascinating experience into one of the longest and most beautiful lava caves in Iceland. Only about half an hour from Reykjavik, the Lava Tunnel has just recently been reopened and made more accessible for visitors, with guided tours. The Lava Tunnel is the 4th longest cave in Iceland, it is about 1360m long and it is easily accessible now thanks to a walking path, part of which was built for the making of the movie Noah, with [...]

In Icelandic Highlands – Thorsmork the valley of Thor

Iceland Tours, Summer|

Even if you have driven already popular RingRoad many times and you are an experienced traveler not discouraged by always changing and rough Icelandic weather, you cannot say you have visited Iceland if you weren't in the Icelandic Highlands. Exploring the Highlands is even more tempting as the roads are open only in Summer and you can choose between several hiking trails. The Icelandic Highlands with its volcanism and glaciers are unique. As the number of tourists visiting the Land of ice and fire is [...]

Geothermal Pools in Iceland


One of my favorite things to do in Iceland is going to the thermal pools. I know it might sound crazy to think of going to the pool when it is cold outside, but it is something Icelanders have been doing for centuries, pools in Iceland are naturally warm thanks to the abundance of geothermal energy found in the country and they are a great place to socialize and relax, in any weather. Pools can be found in Reykjavik, in the small villages around the [...]

What to do in Summer in Iceland? – 10 Best Summer Activities


After a harsh Winter, the long-awaited Summer finally arrived in Iceland, so did the Midnight Sun and puffins! Visiting Iceland is always a good idea, but in the Summer there are even more fun&interesting activities waiting for you in Reykjavik and outside the city. Check our list of places and activities you cannot miss during this season: Admire never setting Midnight Sun From early May to late August a unique natural phenomenon takes place in Iceland - the Midnight Sun and bright nights. If you [...]

10 Reasons why an Iceland Stopover is a great idea!

Summer, Uncategorized|

If you are flying with Iceland Air or WOW Air, you have the great opportunity to visit Iceland on your way to your destination in Europe or North America without paying any additional air fares, just like having two vacations for one! Your Stopover in Iceland can last one, two, three or more days and of course there are many things you can do to make the most of your time in Iceland, many day tours you can choose from to explore Iceland and enjoy [...]

Icelandic South Coast Road Trip – from Reykjavik to Jokulsarlon

Iceland Tours, Photography, Spring, Summer|

Everybody has its own favorite spots in Iceland. As the land of ice and fire is abundant in so many natural formations and types of landscapes – it is simply impossible to choose only one perfect place. This island just seems to be totally out of this planet. Have you visited Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon during your stay in Iceland? That's one of my most-liked places. When I saw it for the first time during my first trip to Iceland, I just stood there like a [...]

Iceland – in the land of the Midnight Sun


View All Our Trips Iceland – in the land of the Midnight Sun Everybody loves the Sun, sunbathing and admiring sunsets. If you decide to spend your next summer holidays in Iceland, you can have the opportunity to live some amazing experiences while enjoying never ending days and some of the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see. From early May to late August a unique natural phenomena takes place in Iceland - the Midnight Sun and bright nights! [...]

Goodbye Northern Lights, Hello Icelandic Summer


Reykjanes Peninsula Iceland View All Our Trips Goodbye Northern Lights, Hello Icelandic Summer. First Day of Summer in Iceland. Winter is starting to fade away in Iceland, nights get shorter and shorter everyday, meaning we sadly have to say goodbye to the Northern Lights for a few months but we are also very happy to welcome the Midnight Sun back to Iceland! Mid April is when most tour companies stop running their Northern Lights Tours because nights in Iceland [...]

How to prepare for a trip to Iceland – FAQ

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Spring, Summer, Winter|

View All Our Trips When you go to a country for the first time, it is normal to have a lot of questions, so here I will try to help answering some of them. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Iceland. How cold is Iceland? Despite its name, Iceland maintains moderate temperatures all year round, thanks to the Gulf Stream. If the average summer temperature is rarely higher than 15°C, the [...]

Visit at South Shore and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Summer, Winter|

South Shore View All Our Trips The South Shore with its mesmerizing waterfalls and Jökulsárlón, the Glacier Lagoon, with its floating icebergs are among the most beautiful destinations in Iceland. When searching the web for places to see in Iceland, you will surely come across amazing pictures of waterfalls, black sand beaches, glaciers and icebergs, pictures of natural wonders you will want to see with your own eyes. The best way to do this is to take the great 2 [...]

5 Reasons to book a private transfer from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik Iceland

Autumn, Summer, Winter|

Private transfer to Reykjavik View All Our Trips When flying to Iceland from another country, you will fly into Keflavik International Airport, which is a long way from Reykjavik city center. To get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik, there are a few shuttles run by different companies and even a public bus service, but if you are not on a budget and you are looking for a more practical way, I believe a private transfer is your best option, even [...]

5 Reasons to Visit the Reykjanes Peninsula Iceland

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Summer, Winter|

Reykjanes Peninsula Iceland View All Our Trips Iceland is famous all over the world for it Geysir, its black sand beaches, its glaciers and the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle and the South Coast are the most popular destinations for tourists visiting Iceland. With the exception of Keflavik International Airport and the Blue Lagoon, Reykjanes Peninsula remains very often unexplored, which is a pity because the Reykjanes Peninsula is a gem that deserves more attention. Iceland is not only glaciers, [...]

Northern Lights Boat Tours Iceland

Iceland Tours, Winter|

Northern Lights Iceland View All Our Trips Northern Lights Boat Tours Iceland One of the main reasons people decide to come to Iceland in the winter is to see the Northern Lights. If you are coming to Iceland in the winter and you are trying to catch the Lights, there are many tours you can choose from but a Boat Tour is certainly something different and a bit more special. What to [...]

Justin Bieber in Iceland: how not to imitate him.

Iceland Tours, Photography, Winter|

Follow Justin Bieber in Iceland” one day private tour from Reykjavik View All Our Trips When Justin Bieber's video “I'll show you” was released, it soon became very popular and so did Iceland among the Beliebers, who decided to come to the country and follow the steps of their favorite singer. In this video, Justin Bieber “shows you” beautiful Iceland, but he also “shows you” how not to behave when you are visiting Iceland. If you are interested in seeing [...]

How to make the most of your winter days in Iceland.


Winter season in Iceland View All Our Trips The winter season in Iceland goes from November to April: the weather can be challenging and the days are shorter but, on the bright side, it is off peak season, there are less tourists, prices are a little lower than during the summer and everything is much calmer and peaceful. In the peak of winter in Iceland, there are only 4 or 5 hours of daylight, but how can you make the [...]

The Northern Lights Season 2018 is here!


Northern Lights Season 2018 View All Our Trips Time flies, the Icelandic never ending summer days are over and the Northern Lights season is approaching again. The Northern Lights are visible in Iceland from late August to late April, so make sure you book a ticket to Iceland during these months to get a chance to observe this beautiful natural phenomenon. The Northern Lights are actually active all year but [...]

6 Good Things About Iceland’s Winter Darkness


Iceland Winter View All Our Trips Iceland is always dark in the winter right? This is a question I get very often and well, it is not always dark but there is a lot of darkness in Iceland in the winter and, for a foreigner, this might be a little hard to get used to. Because of the country's high latitude, if Icelandic summer days are never ending and the sun never really sets, Icelandic winter days only have 4/5 [...]

Whale Watching in Iceland

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Photography, Summer, Winter|

Whale Watching View All Our Trips Whale Watching in Iceland   Iceland has a lot of folk tales about whales, suggesting the importance these sea giants have always had in Iceland's history and culture, even before Iceland became such a popular whale watching destination. The first very famous whale of Iceland, that helped the growth of whale watching as one of the most popular activities in Iceland, [...]

The Yule Lads, Iceland’s very own 13 Santa Clauses.


Yule Lads View All Our Trips If you walk down Laugavegur, the main street in Reykjavik city centre, you might notice a Christmas shop open all year round with a huge red mailbox outside where you can send letters and get a reply from one of the 13 Icelandic Santa Clauses.... yes, that is right, Iceland has 13 Santas, but who are they, really? The Yule Lads. These 13 Icelandic Yule [...]

Caves in Iceland

Iceland Tours|

Caves in Iceland View All Our Trips Iceland has a large number of caves, both glacier caves, lava caves and man-made caves. Exploring these caves is a great activity you should not miss during your trip to Iceland and the great thing is that it can be done even in bad weather. Ice Caves in Iceland The most popular caves in Iceland are the glacier caves, often  referred to as  ice [...]

Why to choose a Private Tour in Iceland

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Photography, Winter|

Winter in Iceland     View All Our Trips Iceland is safe country and it is easy to get around on your own exploring the most famous areas of the country. However, if you want to have a more special experience, see different places and learn more about the culture, guided tours are a great option, especially private tours. You can choose day trips or longer private tours; a great time is guaranteed. 1. Private Tours [...]

Winter in Iceland

Iceland Tours, Photography, Winter|

Winter in Iceland     View All Our Trips Winters in Iceland are not as cold as you might think, temperatures are usually  between -10° and 5°C thanks to the Gulf Stream. Of course, the strong winds will make you feel colder but, with the right clothes, winter is a great season to visit Iceland. If you come to Iceland between November and February, you should expect both snow, ice, storms and sometimes beautiful cold sunny days. Driving around Iceland [...]

An exciting trip to the LAVA Centre

Autumn, Iceland Tours, Winter|

Lava Center     View All Our Trips Winter is coming to Iceland and very often we have what Icelanders call “window weather”: cold , an often windy,  sunny weather that looks nice through the window if you are inside, but it is not so nice to be outside in. The weather was like this in Southern Iceland a few days ago, the perfect day for a nice drive, so I decided to go on a day trip from Reykjavik [...]

6 Reasons to come chase the Northern Lights in Iceland

Iceland Tours, Uncategorized|

Northern Lights Private Tour View All Our Trips The Northern Lights are a spectacular show of nature that lightens up the northern skies during dark nights. The season to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is from the end of August to mid April and although it requires certain weather conditions and quite a bit of luck, seeing the Northern Lights is an amazing experience that will leave you breathless in front of nature's power and beauty, especially if you [...]

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