The Reykjanes Peninsula is hidden in plain view, just one hour from Reykjavík. The perfect day trip location!
Beyond the most popular destinations there are plenty of activities available during the bright summer months. Here’s our top picks!
If you want to experience a real Nordic winter, visit Iceland in February. There is just something about the darkness, the harsh weather conditions and the atmosphere that makes it different from other months.
Meet us on location for a glacier hike where you will marvel over crevasses, ridges, snowscapes and the views of the South on Sólheimajökull glacier!
Jökulklifur á Sólheimajökli er svo sannarlega eftirminnileg lífsreynsla! Sérferð fyrir þinn hóp í stórbrotnu umhverfi.
Discovering ice caves each winter is no easy task. Find out what a good ice cave looks like and how we pick which one to take you to every winter.
FROM 23,000 ISK
Escape the hassle of the airport and book your private airport transfer that’ll take you directly to your accommodation in Reykjavík, and back.
FROM 25,990 ISK
Join us at one of the top dive sites in the world situated in the UNESCO World Heritage site for a drysuit snorkelling tour!
FROM 16,990 ISK
SUP in Hvalfjörður is an exceptional way to experience the Forgotten Fjord surrounded by the wildlife.
FROM 55,000 ISK
Norðurflugs Geothermal Helicopter Tour has you flying over moss covered lava fields, mountains & lands amongst remote bubbling hot springs.
FROM 3,300 ISK
The oldest and most authentic geothermal pool in Iceland is located right within the Golden Circle.
FROM 6,200 ISK
When in North Iceland you cannot miss soaking in the blue alkaline water of the Mývatn Nature Baths!
Whether you are coming to Iceland for the first time or you already visited, and fell in love with Iceland so hard that you can’t help but come back for a second visit. We know the feeling! Here is our list of incredible places that are a little more off the beaten path.
Sparkling fjords, dramatic sea cliffs and endless lava fields make up the fascinating landscape of the 100 km long Snæfellsnes peninsula.
The Midnight Sun is a phenomenon in the extremes during the peak of summer. The sun sets so late, if at all that it never gets dark. Sunset and Sunrise merge and you end up with the most beautiful and dramatic light that lasts for hours – a photographers dream.
What are the the Northern Lights? Why are the Northern Lights important? We’ve got your questions answered!
Stuck in Reykjavik but still want to hunt for the Northern Lights in Reykjavík? We’ve got some tips to help. It’s still possible, we promise.
Wondering what to get up to in Iceland during the cold November? We’ve got you covered!