Driving the Iceland Ring Road is the new driving route 66 in the USA. For one it actually exists. As you circumnavigate our stunning islands your breath will be taken away by the incredible mountains, waterfalls and sweeping landscapes you come across. It's self drive heaven, so organise your playlist,...
Diamond Beach is unworldly. A black sand beach with clear, blue tinted icebergs sparkling in the sunshine. It would be worth a visit by itself, but it's creature, the mighty Glacier Lagoon - Jökulsárlón in Icelandic is on the other side of the road from it.
Choosing what to pack for Iceland’s weather can be a struggle, it changes every few minutes. Wake up to glorious sunshine, have a hailstorm on your walk to the bus stop, but by the time your bus arrives it's a dry, if very windy morning. And that's just in Reykjavik!
Glaciers in Iceland take up 11% of our land, and almost all of our tourists want to visit them, and it is totally understandable, they still mesmerise Icelanders! Learn how to see them here!
We hope we have convinced you to come and enjoy the wonders of Iceland that are given to us by our volcanoes - the geysirs and hot springs, the dramatic landscape, the lava tunnels, the environmentally friendly electricity and hot water!
Where is Iceland is a commonly Googled question about us. In the middle of the North Atlantic ocean is the easiest answer but learn more here.
As Keflavik airport is about 50km from our beautiful capital city of Reykjavik the drive is 45 minutes on a good day. So an airport transfer in a taxi that can cost you $200 that you could spend on awesome tours with us, learn how to avoid that here.
So you have decided as part of your relaxing holiday in Iceland to swim between tectonic plates in glacial waters. Well. It's a once in a lifetime activity that you will always remember. Crystal clear waters, incredible rock formations, and really, really cold water. We are talking 3°C or 37°F...
When you've been out exploring all day and are chilled to the marrow, then it's time to hunt out your local Sundlaug, and jump in to a hot pot. They are every where, cheap to get into (about 500kr if you buy a card), and a huge part of our...
What to expect on a luxury whale watching tour from Reykjavik.