Visiting Iceland over the magical holidays is the perfect way to spend Christmas and New Years where you can experience adventures by day and celebrate by night.
Make the most out of your days in Iceland with our three-day itinerary!
Reykjavík restaurant scene is at an all time high where the delicious Icelandic ingredients are highlighted in a wonderful way, often influenced by our neighbouring culinary traditions. Diners from far and wide have plenty to choose from. Listed are our go to best restaurants in Reykjavík!
When in Iceland, all kinds of weather is to be expected, even within the same day! In winter the transition from calm and sunny to horizontal rain or hail storms…
The South Coast: Fire & Ice tour is an action packed day that allows you to experience the best parts of the stunning south coast of Iceland. The south coast has some of Iceland’s quintessential sights.
FROM 69,990 ISK
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.
FROM 16,990 ISK
SUP in Hvalfjörður is an exceptional way to experience the Forgotten Fjord surrounded by the wildlife.
FROM 596 EUR
Experience unspoiled nature on a secluded river island in a Mongolian yurt on your summer Iceland visit!
FROM 9,000 ISK
An ideal introduction to the Icelandic horse. A fun and accessible ride through the countryside, ending at a little know waterfall.
If you are preparing for a visit to Iceland during winter prepare for an experience of a lifetime! There is something magical about experiencing Icelandic winter. Racing against the few…
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.
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.