Driving in winter can be tricky. If you are visiting Iceland in January or February this is the blog for you.
We have so many fun facts about the Snæfellsjökull glacier, some are stranger than others!
One of the questions we get asked all the time is “Why is Iceland called Iceland?”
You can be certain that there is nothing certain about Icelandic winter weather. It is as unpredictable as a young child’s moods – sweet and joyful one minute, a rollicking tantrum the next.
According to the Icelandic Web of Science, Iceland is home to 1,600 species of dryland animals. Despite this diversity, there is one species missing – the mosquito! Yes, Iceland is one of the few countries in the world that is mosquito-free.
River rafting in Iceland is a big thing. Over the years it has become increasingly popular and now, many tour operators have river rafting tours all over Iceland.
We strolled through the workplace and asked our staff what they like to do in Reykjavík city. Most of them were happy to give us suggestions.
A lot of our customers ask us how long it takes to drive around Iceland and the answer is always the same: “Oh dear, hmmm … 2-100 days?” It’s an impossible question to answer.
If you want a nice road trip out of Reykjavík to explore geothermal areas, we know all the right places. There are a lot of areas to choose from, but these are our favorites!