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Iceland’s Sky Lagoon – The Ultimate Experience

turf houses surrounding the sky lagoon thermal waters
We all know that Iceland and geothermal activity goes hand in hand. If you have already check some information about this country, I bet you all have seen those hot pots right in the middle of some breathtaking settings and, of course, mesmerizing pictures of the turquoise milky waters of the Blue Lagoon. Well, Good news, everybody! The blue...

The Diamond Circle: Lake Mývatn and Jarðböðin Nature Baths

Lake Mývatn and Jarðböðin Nature Baths are popular in this zone
One of the most popular activities to do while visiting Northeast Iceland is to spend some time in the Lake Mývatn area. The zone is considered part of the Diamond Circle route, and there are plenty of cool things to see and do. This area is considered part of the Krafla volcanic system. As such, it is populated by...

Iceland’s Culture, Traditions, and Customs

Iceland's customs, culture, traditions
Here in Iceland, we are notoriously friendly! Welcome! While our culture is open and affable, we also have a plethora of rich and fascinating traditions. Before any trip, you should become accustomed to some aspects of the country you are visiting (its just good practice). Below I will outline some integral and fascinating facets of Iceland's culture, traditions, and...

Etiquette Guide to Iceland’s Geothermal Baths

Geothermal is a term that has become more and more common in our daily life, in this case, it is mostly related to how cities and villages get their electric power supply. Most of us live in areas where electricity is produced in plants capable of obtaining electrical energy from primary sources. These sources can be either renewable or...

Do’s and Don’ts at Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

The Iceland Blue Lagoon is a geothermal bath located a few kilometers from Grindavik and less than 50 kilometers from the capital of Iceland, Reykjavik. It is already a kind of a symbol of Iceland and a must see on each tourist’s list. Over 400 000 visitors come to Blue Lagoon during a year. No wonder why, this is...

Amazing Touristic Attractions In North Iceland

ouristic Attractions In North Iceland
The North of Iceland is a very unique place that you can not miss in your visit. Some say that this area holds one of the best kept secrets of the country. From impressive waterfalls to ancient rock and lava formations, you will be instantly captivated by nature. Come join us in the quest to reveal our best top picks...

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