What isn't there to do in Iceland? Bathing in hot springs, watching the Northern Lights, and exploring ice caves are just a few examples of Iceland attractions that will leave you speechless. There are plenty of things to do in Iceland, with plenty of excursions and adventures suitable for everyone. Not only does Iceland offer endless exploration opportunities, there are also many things to do in the capital city, Reykjavik. Read our blogs for some inspiration!
Iceland is truly an incredible place, however, it can also be a very expensive place. This means we often come across travellers trying to explore the spectacular beauty of Iceland but for as little money as possible.
While the pandemic causes concern for tourism across the globe, new research suggests that over 1 million tourists will be enjoying Iceland holidays in 2022. Though lower than figures before the pandemic, this is a huge increase from numbers over the previous 2 years, which is excellent news for Iceland’s tourist industry.
Throughout the last few years, Iceland’s dining options have increased dramatically. With the expansion of fine dining restaurants as well as local bars and cafes, Iceland offers an array of food options for everyone.
Iceland’s Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon, which occurs throughout the summer months in places north of the Arctic circle. In Iceland, the days are long during the summertime, and can often provide 24 hours of sunlight.
For geologists, Iceland Is a great source for research, as the country offers a huge variety of places to study. Here we have put a guide together of just some of Iceland’s amazing rock formations. Take a look to discover what they are.
Iceland welcomes a mass of tourists every year, with the number rapidly increasing each year at an exponential rate. If you're planning your adventure to the country, there are some factors you should definitely bear in mind to ensure the best and safest experience possible. Here’s our guide to what NOT to do in Iceland.
There is more to Iceland’s culinary scene than traditional meat and fish dishes. Here we have put a guide together, outlining the most Instagram worthy food experiences to take your taste buds on an ultimate journey!
Spring is a great time of year to visit Iceland. Visiting Iceland in the spring allows you to experience the country’s beautiful scenery before the height of tourist season in the summer, and yet you can enjoy milder temperatures than in winter.
Many people associate street food with warm and bustling cities, with plenty of food trucks from where you can sample all types of cuisine. Reykjavik may not be the first city you think of when pondering great street food scenes, but you’re likely to be surprised.