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Beautiful winter sunset with Iceland driving tips

Winter Driving Tips For Iceland

Taking a vacation to Iceland in winter is something that more and more travelers are doing. And can you really blame them? With low prices on car rental and hotel as well as cool...
Iceland's most beautiful waterfall is Seljalandsfoss

Seljalandsfoss – Iceland’s Most Beautiful and Captivating Waterfall

I know we write a lot about waterfalls. From an outsider’s point of view, it may be hard to understand why. Once you set foot in Iceland, you’ll get it. Iceland’s nickname is the...
Akureyri church is a must see

24 Hours in Akureyri

Akureyri is a city located in the north of Iceland. It’s considered to be the second most important city in the country in terms of the number of inhabitants. There are around 20,000 Icelanders...
Icelandic cuisine includes hot dogs

Iceland’s Unofficial National Food: Hot Dogs

Do you know how to make a hot dog? You're probably giving me a strange look, thinking "Of course! Who doesn’t know how to make a hot dog! It’s basically the simplest thing ever"....
What is an Iceland F-road and when do they open?

What is an F-road in Iceland and are they open all year?

When researching an Iceland road trip, there are a couple of key points that will pop up quickly. The first is what type of vehicle to rent (car, campervan, or motorhome). Each mode of...
Beautiful Iceland Northern Lights at Godafoss waterfall

Iceland’s Magical Northern Lights

We are currently in one of my favorite times of year. Northern Lights season is here and many people are hoping to catch a glimpse of this nighttime splendor in the sky. From September...
Svartifoss during Iceland's low season

What is Low Season in Iceland?

For anyone planning a trip to Iceland, one of the first and most important questions to answer is what the best month to come. People's responses will vary widely depending on factors such as...
Weather in January adds to the charm of Iceland's attractions

Iceland’s Weather in January: Temperatures, Snow, and More

Visiting Iceland in the winter is a uniquely awesome proposition. January is one of the best months to visit Iceland, not only because of lower prices and fewer crowds, but also the large number...
Winter travel tip with frozen Gullfoss waterfall

Winter Travel Tips For Iceland

Traveling can have different meanings. Some people think it is a way to escape and shake away the stress of daily life. For most of us, it means making new friends, learning new languages,...
Be sure to include Skógafoss waterfall on your South Iceland itinerary

South Iceland Spotlight: Skógafoss Waterfall

When traveling along the South Coast on Iceland’s Ring Road, there’s quite a bit to see. The stretch of Road between Reykjavik and Vik is particularly interesting. Not only are you close to the...