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Whale Watching in Iceland – Gentle Beasts in Arctic Waters

Whale tail in Arctic waters in Iceland
The whale watching pursuit has begun. You're out on a boat in the middle of Húsavík’s Skjálfandi Bay and your eyes are peeled. When will the gentle beast poke its head out of the water? Is that a tail over there to your right? Whale watching in Iceland as one of the coolest, most fun activities you can do...

The Beast: Iceland’s Powerful Dettifoss Waterfall

Man dwarfed by the sheer size of Iceland's Dettifoss waterfall, also known as the Beast
One of the things that strike visitors most about Iceland is the wide variety of its landscapes and its stunning natural beauty. The destructive power of its ancient volcanoes reminds us of just how tiny and insignificant we truly are. Those looking for a transcendental experience frequently come here to be awed by all that Mother Nature has to...

Must See Attractions in Vatnajökull National Park – Part One

The glacier at Iceland's Vatnajökull National Park
I think its safe to assume that Iceland’s naturally occurring attractions are well known. Travelers don’t exactly come here for the weather. Curious adventurers put up with our infamously unstable weather for a chance to see the unbridled and stunning landscapes that we are famous for. One area of Iceland where you can see a great mix of different...

Iceland’s Premier Cultural Festival: Reykjavik Culture Night

Reykjavik Culture Night ends in fireworks
Saturday throughout the whole day, and into the night, Iceland's capital city is going to come alive when this year’s Reykjavik Culture Night officially kicks off. If you are from here, you know it's going to be a blast. But if you happen to be in the city for your first time this weekend, you are in for a...

Iceland’s Coolest Activities: Glacier Walks and Ice Caves

Ice caves and glacier hikes are a popular outdoor activity in Iceland
The tail end of summer serves as the perfect time to start planning your Icelandic adventure for next winter! Our country comes alive in the colder months with plenty of exciting outdoor activities. The sun may set sooner, and the snow may start to fall, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have an unforgettable experience in the great outdoors!...

Explore Iceland’s Vatnajökull National Park’s Lesser-Known Gems

Vatnajökull National Park and Skaftafell glacier
It is ironic that one of Europe's smallest countries is home to its largest national parks. Vatnajökull park, for me, is an excellent representation of Iceland itself. It is diverse and full of beautiful and contrasting landscapes. Initially, the surrounding areas were two separate parks, (with the Vatnajökull glacier being its own entity), but in 2008, it brought the...

Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

Bathers in Iceland's spectacular Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is pretty simple to describe: one of the coolest and most surreal places you can visit in Iceland (and probably the world). With such a flattering description, it's not hard to understand why many people want to know all about this unique place. A visit to the Blue Lagoon is a must do when visiting Iceland....

Sea Kayaking in Iceland

Red sea kayak facing glacier
Iceland is without a doubt an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. This north Atlantic island offers a wide variety of activities out in the fresh air. You can do basically everything here, from bathing in geothermal swimming pools to hiking and riding horses or taking trips to a glacier. While there are many types of tours in Iceland, sea kayaking is...

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