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Iceland, with its breathtaking landscapes and celestial wonders, is a dream destination for travellers seeking extraordinary experiences. Among the countless natural phenomena that grace this Nordic island, the mesmerising Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, steal the spotlight. Imagine witnessing nature’s own light show, dancing across the night sky, while nestled in the […]Read more
The Golden Circle in Southwest Iceland has for years been one of the more famous routes to go sightseeing in Iceland. The circle includes Þingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall or Golden Waterfall but that is where the name comes from. However, the Golden Circle has now got stiff competition from the Diamond Circle in North Iceland.Read more
Take a look at what we feel are must-see places that aren't talked about as much! The famous places are great, but Iceland has so much more to offer.Read more
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.Read more
The Golden Circle is one of Iceland’s most famous sightseeing routes. Easily accessible from Reykjavík and its simplest form includes Þingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall, and Geysir Geothermal Area.Read more
The colors of the lights can range from white to green to red, blue, and purple. The intensity of the lights then depends on how big the solar storms are. Sometimes you will only see a tinge in the sky that might seem like light pollution while other times you will not know where to look because the sky is alight with dancing northern lights. Check out the best places to see these magnificent lights.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