Iceland in Summer

January 14, 2022 The Dynjandi Waterfall

If you plan to visit the Westfjords, the waterfall Dynjandi is a must-see destination. It is the biggest waterfall in Iceland Westfjords. A literal translation of Dynjandi is thunderous, and you will understand why when you hear the sound it makes. Many consider it the most magnificent waterfall in Iceland, not the least because of […]

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Bird watching in Iceland (or birding) is an intense activity. Many of you will enjoy spending a day out trying to spot birds and puffins in their natural habitat and perhaps shooting them. With a camera, of course. One quite interesting and very cute bird is the puffin, and it just so happens you can find it in Iceland. Perhaps, you won’t need […]

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Iceland is a fantastic place to discover natural hot springs hidden all around the country. This is because of Iceland’s volcanic activity. This is why you can find dozens of geothermally heated pools around the ring road. Being a geologically active nation, new hot springs frequently pop up with earthquakes and eruptions, bringing fresh hot […]

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In the strictest terms, you could technically go around the island in one day, but that is no fun. We recommend no less than a week. 7-10 days is ideal while 14 days is excellent.

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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!

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We have made a list of things we think is essential to pack for travel in Iceland, both winter and summer. The first thing you need to know about how to dress when in Iceland; wear layers.

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