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All About Iceland

Infinity View at the Sky Lagoon

Sky Lagoon – The Newest Spa in the Capital Area

The Sky Lagoon is the capital area’s newest spa addition, opening in 2021. They’ve already won awards for their facility, but sustainability was a driving force in the...
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Skerpla or Eggtíð – Second month of summer

The second summer month in the Old Icelandic calendar begins on a Saturday between the 19th and 25th of May. Two names are known for this month: skerpla...
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Thingvellir Öxarárfoss Golden Circle Small

What is Iceland’s Golden Circle?

Iceland is a magical and all-encompassing land; it’s been the inspiration for TV shows like Game of Thrones and is on most people’s bucket lists! Of course, this...
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What to pack for Iceland?

It can’t be reiterated enough; the weather in Iceland is ever-changing. You can never know that the weather will be one way or the other at a specific...
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Puffins in Iceland

or Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Puffin The puffins in Iceland are the Atlantic puffin. It is called lundi in Icelandic and is a migratory...
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Craft Breweries in Iceland – Travel around the country

The first craft brewery in Iceland was founded in 2006. Since then over 20 have been established all around the island. A fun twist to the traditional Ring...
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How to Behave in Iceland

How to Behave in Iceland - it's pretty simple, just be respectful of nature. Each country has their own customs and etiquette, which are good to know when...
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Open Toilets in the Centre of Reykjavik

Since the settlement in the 8th century, Icelanders haven’t really gotten that many foreign visitors. In fact, it wasn’t until 2010, with the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, that many...
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Visit Reykjavik Videy Island

See Everything Iceland on Viðey Island

Just a ferry ride away from Reykjavik is an amazing side trip you should add to your Iceland visit itinerary! Viðey Island! In less than one square mile,...
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Visit Iceland in March

Visiting Iceland in March, you will catch the tail end of winter. The days are getting longer, but there is still a chance to see the Northern Lights....
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