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Blue Ice Caves and Other Icelandic Winter Adventures

When you think of Iceland you think of, well, ice. And so you think of freezing temperatures and short days. While true, that is only one small part of this enchanting country’s beauty. We challenge you to find a more lovely place to explore Blue Ice Caves or go dog sledding. Trust us, no place else compares to Iceland’s natural wonder. We chose four of our favorite Icelandic winter adventures to share with you. The Blue Ice Caves Winter, mid-November to mid-March each year, is th ... read more

Surf in Iceland- Ice Included!

You work hard. Sometimes you need to play hard too. We have the answer to invigorating playtime: Surfing in Iceland- Ice included! Where to Surf in Iceland Many people looking for ice surfing venture to Reykjanes peninsula an hour outside of Reykjavik. This spot is the home of a moon-shaped landscape caused by lava fields. This spot is for the more advanced surfer as sharp volcanic reefs lie just below the surface.  For those new to surfing but want the invigorating experience of surf ... read more

Three Amazing Activities in Akureyri, Iceland You Don’t Want to Miss

Akureyri is Iceland’s second largest city. But with only 20,000 citizens, the city feels more like a quaint town. Don’t let the size fool you. This town is bustling with activity and boasts of the best skiing in Iceland. While winter activities excite the imagination, Akureyri offers amazing activities all year. Here is our favorite three! 1. Visit Laufás Turf Homes: These amazing homes were built in 1865. They show how Icelanders lived before modern homes. The unit is several homes buil ... read more

Travel in Autumn

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus This line draws perfect analogy of this beautiful time of the year. The slight chill in the breeze, red and yellow trees, and strikingly bright backdrop, it’s the perfect setting for a romantic jaunt. Moreover it’s a low season so you’re paying less for more rewarding experience. Here are few of many reasons as to why travelling in autumn is totally worth it: 2 for 1: Who doesn’t like to enjoy freebies o ... read more