One of the only places on earth where thousands of people film 3 min of nothing to get 5 seconds of good footage. The one and only Geysir (I mean Strokkur) in Iceland. One of Iceland’s major attractions.
Gullfoss, One of Iceland’s most popular Waterfalls. Smack bang right in the centre of the Golden Circle and only an hour and a half drive from Reykjavik. If you are planning on going to Iceland you have to see this waterfall.
Ever hear of a place called Iceland? If yes then you probably also know about Þingvellir National Park. One of Iceland’s biggest attractions and there is a reason for it.
So as you drive through Iceland you will come across many places that have steam rising above the ground. And to tell you the truth, this place isn’t much different. There’s hot water, there’s steam, the thing that set’s this place apart though is the surrounding. Which in my opinion is good enough to allow
If you have been researching Iceland or are already there then you probably know that most hot pools in Iceland are either a huge hike away or cost money. In some instances, you really just want to pull up in the car, stumble a few steps and pop into a hot pool and enjoy yourself.
This place took me by surprise, I stopped here for the view but stayed here for the Echo. The way I found out about this place was when I came here I heard a sheep in the distance and me being me, I decided to make some wild noises. After that, I realised what a
When I drive by this point I always think to myself… Am I still in Iceland. Picture this, a beautiful lake, pine trees, an abandoned house and a road that hugs the lake. This is why I decided to call it Little Canada, and if you drive past here you probably will also think the same.
Let’s face it, no matter where you go in Iceland you are bound to get pleasantly surprised with what it has to offer in terms of natural beauty or even the mixture of both man-made and natural. Úlfljótsvatnskirkja is definitely a combination of the two.
That is correct, the name says it all. It’s the Complete and Best Golden Circle trip in Iceland. Well, at least in my opinion and many travellers that have taken the trip along with me. Usually, the Golden Circle will take approximately 5 hours from Reykjavik and back, but I have found and compiled a
It is not hard to find breathtaking natural wonders that will blow your mind away in Iceland. It seems that no matter where you look there is a photo opportunity. To tell the truth it’s quite easy to understand that, especially considering that you have everything from the Geysir, caves, black beaches, aeroplane crash sites,