All who have considered a visit to Iceland and started researching have quickly found that the country is very far from a flat island covered in a giant sheet of ice. In fact, the entire country is truly full of natural wonders to behold, including its many beautiful mountains. Due to the origins of Iceland’s

The Northern lights in Iceland can be a great sight for you and your family to see. Reykjavík has many attractions, and one of the main ones is the Northern lights. While this is something that can be seen at any point where you’re in the Northern hemisphere, when in Iceland you get an especially

The Land of Fire, Ice, and lots of Water! The Complete Guide to Hot Springs in Iceland Iceland is known colloquially as the “Land of Fire and Ice,” and this moniker is well-deserved. The island represents a fascinating and often contrasting fusion of boiling and frozen geothermal bodies and activity that has enchanted visitors from

Imagine a city located a meager two degrees south of the Arctic Circle, characterized by a labyrinth of colourful rooftops, unique architecture, fascinating artwork, and eccentric museums. Imagine that this same urban landscape being surrounded by spouting geysers and geothermal springs, snow-capped volcanic mountains, and omnipresent cultural reminders of a past reaching as far back

Iceland is home to myriad waterfalls, some that are too small to be named, but beautiful nonetheless. The north Atlantic climate brings much rain and snow, and the near-Arctic location produces glaciers that once they start melting in the summer months, produces the prime mix for feeding rivers and, of course, waterfalls. While you’re visiting,