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Iceland’s Magical Northern Lights

Beautiful Iceland Northern Lights at Godafoss waterfall
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 to March, the Aurora Borealis is visible in Iceland. The undulating waves shimmer in hues of turquoise, emerald, and magenta as they move across the...

What is Low Season in Iceland?

Svartifoss during Iceland's low season
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 budget, time constraints, activities they want to participate in, and much more. Travelers looking to save money will often read on travel forums and blog...

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

Weather in January adds to the charm of Iceland's attractions
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 of amazingly cool winter activities that await you. If you decide to plan a vacation to Iceland in January, there are several things to keep...

What is the Best Month to Visit Iceland?

Summer is one of the best times of the year to take an Iceland road trip.
Iceland's popularity as a tourism destination has grown exponentially over the last decade. Every year, more and more tourists touch down on our shores. There are tons of activities to do and plenty of natural attractions to see. And everything you're bound to experience depends heavily on the time of year you plan your trip. So what is the...

Untrue Stereotypes About Iceland

There are plenty of untrue stereotypes and myths about Iceland
I think people have the wrong idea about Iceland. I think they picture Iceland as this land filled with outrageously tall, bleach blonde, drop dead gorgeous Vikings who eat puffins and believe in elves. Ok maybe the drop dead gorgeous part is real, but everything else is only a half-truth. With Iceland becoming a tourist hotspot, it is easy...

19 Crazy Facts About Iceland

Iceland map with various attractions and things to do
Iceland has been getting a lot of attention lately due to its exponentially increasing popularity as a tourism destination and its showing at the 2018 World Cup. But how much do people actually know about this tiny Nordic nation? Is it a part of Europe? Where is Iceland on the map? (Hint: Yes and it’s just east of Greenland)....

Flash Sale Alert: $649 Northern Lights Packages with Icelandair

See Blue Northern Lights with Icelandair Flash Sale travel package
Drop everything you're doing! You are going to want to take a seat if you are standing. Icelandair has just announced an irresistible, downright unfair, preposterous flash sale for a Northern Lights Getaway travel package to Iceland this fall and winter. Grab your credit card, cancel your plans, and get to your computer, cell phone, or tablet immediately. On...

Exploring North Iceland and the Diamond Circle

North Iceland's Hvitserkur troll rock formation
Move over Thailand. Iceland has quickly become one of the more in vogue travel destinations of the past few years and we completely get it.  Where to start? Fiery volcanoes, haunting lava fields, plunging waterfalls, ghostly ice caves, glaciers, and more. The list goes on. A lot of Iceland's most iconic destinations are in the southern part of the...

The Northern Lights in Iceland: Mother Nature’s Most Colorful Show

The Northern Lights in Iceland over Kirkjufell mountain
The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights have given rise to endless stories. In addition to taking in all its majestic wonder, the human mind has found ways to dream up fantasies regarding its existence. While we currently have a scientific explanation for them, there's something else that happens when looking at this natural phenomenon. It's inevitable that you step...

Reasons why you SHOULDN’T visit Iceland

No flying sign showing reasons not to visit Iceland
It's highly likely that the title of this article has left you a little confused. You usually find thousands of websites where they give you reasons to visit Iceland. Today we are going to do things a little bit differently. We're going to tell you some of the possible complications and side effects that come along with discovering the...

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