Last updated: September 4th, 2020 Things are changing rapidly in Iceland and around the world. It’s hard to make sense of it all. New quarantine measures, border testing and social…
The Reykjanes Peninsula is hidden in plain view, just one hour from Reykjavík. The perfect day trip location!
Seven ways to avoid the crowds while travelling in Iceland. Finding hidden gems, joining small groups and picking the right moments can help avoid the crowds.
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.
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Travel the entire south coast of Iceland discovering ice caves, icebergs, waterfalls, black sand beaches and sleep overnight in a secluded guest house to try and spot the northern lights.
Explore our handpicked sites within the famous the Golden Circle by day and hunt for the Northern Lights at night on a private tour with Hidden Iceland!
During the shorter days of the Icelandic winter it can be difficult to fit all you want to see and experience within a short holiday. This trip is ideal for…
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An adventure filled overnight stay with activities, meals, hot springs, stargazing and more in the remote East Iceland.
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Experience the legendary Reykjavík nightlife! Join Wake Up Reykjavik to find all the best bars and clubs in town!
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.
There is something magical about experiencing Icelandic winter outside of the city. Here’s you complete itinerary for your 4 day winter stopover in Iceland!
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!