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This small Island Nation of Iceland is presently considered one of the calmest and peaceful places in the world. But every other country has their share of uniqueness to consider. Iceland is a ridiculously beautiful nation and is pretty much unexplored. But that doesn’t mean it is under-developed or backward. It is very much a developed nation. With, educated people, a booming economy and low population rate it’s one of the great places to settle down. If you are coming from anywhere in Europe, then Iceland might not look shocking to you in certain areas. But if you do not…

If you don’t want to leave the comfort of staying in Reykjavik but still wish to explore the Iceland, don’t worry we have got your back covered. There are amazing day trips from Iceland which allow you the comfort of staying in Reykjavik while sightseeing some great places around. Let’s look at 15 Amazing day trips from Reykjavik. 1. Reykjadalur If you aspire to bathe in a hot steaming river that flows through a beautiful scenic valley then you need to visit Reykjadalur. It is just about 45 minutes’ drive from Reykjavik, and then a little over an hour of…

Though Iceland is a relatively small country but getting from point A to point B can be a hassle if you aren’t aware of the transportation options available. And many would just argue that they’d just call an ‘Uber’, sadly there is no Uber in Iceland. If you are not prepared for it, taxi fares outside of Reykjavik can be on the higher side. So it becomes necessary to know about the transport options that exist in Iceland and you can make the best choice depending on the need of the hour. This article aims at educating you about all…

While driving in an exotic foreign country sounds like the experience of a lifetime but it can be an equally daunting task if you are not aware of the laws of the land or even the weather. Every country has their own rules with regard to traffic and road safety and for the unprepared tourist it can be rather challenging than expected. Anyway, Iceland is just perfect for road trips. And we’re here to make sure you have a wonderful time while you’re on the road. Let’s look at the Do’s and Don’ts of driving in Iceland. Do’s On the…

Iceland is known as the ‘Land of Fire and Ice’ due its highly active volcanoes and glaciers. This extraordinary contrast in features allows for some amazingly beautiful geological structures. This Nordic slice of paradise is perfectly located between the United Kingdom and the Greenland; it is a sight to behold. It is not only home to jaw-dropping landscapes and wildlife but also to the world’s strongest man (Hafthor Bjornsson), lovingly known as the “Mountain” in the famous television series called The Game of Thrones. 10 Cool things that make Iceland a unique proposition for every traveler. 1. Northern Lights Iceland…

Iceland’s geothermic activity which results into geysers and springs has made it into one of the most unique places in the world. And it’s long been a tradition of the Icelandic people right from the Viking days to bathe in these sulphur-rich natural hot springs. The richness of sulphur and other mineral present in the water are very beneficial to the skin and include other health benefits as well. Here let us look at the list of top 10 hot springs in Iceland. 1. Blue Lagoon During the construction of a geothermal power plant people began to notice the therapeutic…

If you have not ever visited Iceland, this article is the best shot that you have to gather all the knowledge relating to Icelandic weather behavior. The far north location of Iceland makes it prone to extreme fluctuating weather which can be unpredictable at times. And if you don’t study the weather behavior of Iceland before you reach out this place, you might end up ruining the whole trip for you. And to be honest, there’s no particular time in specific when you can just visit Iceland and see everything. No, that cannot happen! Depending on your priority list of…

Iceland! The paradise on Earth and the bucket list of so many people out there. The spectacular beauty of Iceland is something that has been imported straight out of a fairytale. Not that this place only leaves you in awe, but it also gives you a certain positive vide that you carry around for the rest of your life. Also, with the tickets arrow going downward for Iceland flights, it has become a greater travelling catch more than any other place. But are you planning to the same old things that every tourist does? What about changing your mind a…

What will you call Iceland if you don’t want to refer it as the land of Northern Lights? The land of waterfalls! It could be unknown to many, but Iceland has waterfalls like other countries have roads designed around their cities. And some of the waterfalls of Iceland are ages old. With so many glacial shimmering in winter, Icelandic climate is the best to have waterfalls. So, if you want to pick the 10 most beautiful waterfalls of Iceland, that list will not do justice to the waterfalls of Iceland. The list is completely subjective and every other waterfall has…

Myths and superstitions are two most associated words with travelling. It doesn’t matter whether you are travelling to Africa or America; myths of different places follow you everywhere. And often, we don’t cross check these myths at all and believe them with a blindfold on. And that is most certainly the wrong you can do to your mind during any trip. And myths are an integral part of Iceland. People in different blogs and forums say such things which turn out to be a blatant lie out of nowhere. But in the era of digital world, it is high time…