Everything about planning a trip to Iceland - planning tips, what to do in summer, winter, extra season and family activities.
Tyler Wacker Interview: “I don’t believe in highways”
With a degree in civil engineering and a passion for biking, Tyler Wacker talks about moving from San Francisco to one of the most remote places in Iceland, Westfjords. He sold all of his belongings, cycled for eight months across the United States, and finally moved to Iceland to study Coastal Communities and Regional Development. Slowing down […]Read more
Cairns are man-made piles of stones, and you´ll probably notice them when you drive around Iceland. They vary in size and shape, ranging from a few small rocks piled up randomly, up to very tall and well put together structures. They’re usually made from lava rocks.Read more
Of course, every month is the best to come to Iceland! If we got to choose you would get to experience every season because all four of them have pros and cons. The best time for your visit depends on what you want to experience – you might have to come more often than once, and we welcome that!Read more
As has often been said, the Icelandic weather is very fickle. We can’t guarantee you´ll see much snow but some things are guaranteed, like frozen waterfalls and lakes, short days, and cold. The darkness does not have to be a bad thing, it gives everything an eerie blue hue, and the stillness that comes with the snow is fantastic. Check out our list of the three most beautiful places to see during the Icelandic winter.Read more