• FAQ on Iceland Visa

    Many travelers who plan to spend a holiday in Iceland have questions on Iceland passport and visa requirements. We will help you to find out everything you need in the following article.

  • Blue Lagoon – a hot year-round resort in the cold northern country

    Warm milky blue water, the northern lights over the head in the winter, the healing properties of silicon clay, an unforgettable experience – Blue Lagoon is a place that should be definitely included in your itinerary over Iceland.

  • Godafoss Waterfall - a place to dream, a place to think

    One of the natural mysteries and the most visited attractions in the country is the Godafoss Waterfall. Amazing views, the beauty of the polar nature, ice caves and volcanoes - a journey to Godafoss will be an unforgettable experience.

  • Harsh but charming Iceland welcomes curious travelers

    Iceland is an icy country, which nevertheless offers a lot of interesting experience to the curious travelers. You only need to thoroughly prepare for the journey and be ready to the harsh weather conditions.

  • Strokkur – a boiling fountain

    Iceland is famous not just for its numerous geysers, but also for being the birth-place of the word ‘geyser’. One of the most popular and active in the country, Strokkur, shoots up with a boiling fountain every 5-10 minutes to the visitors’ entertainment.

  • Exciting Moments with Whales in Iceland

    Do you want to explore the amazing sea anımals,huge but extremely beautiful? Then welcome to the whale watching in Iceland. And as a bonus you will enjoy unique natural attractions of the harsh Nordic country.

  • Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon: icebergs at arm's length

    The huge popularity of the lake is explained by the spectacular scenery that can be seen only in this unique place: the blue and white ice blocks of different sizes are especially beautiful drifting at sunset and iridescent at dawn.

  • The best of natural attractions of Iceland

    These are natural attractions in Iceland that draw thousands of travelers’ attention. It is enough to come here just once to fall in love with this country. The landscapes are magnificent with amazing waterfalls and fjords, majestic volcanoes and geysers.

  • Iceland Waterfalls – firstest with the mostest

    The severe nature of Iceland is the best place for waterfalls. Basalt rocks, lush vegetation in the summer and frozen winter silence make waterfalls wonderful creations. However, a picture is worth 1,000 words!

  • What to do in Lofoten and when to go? The most interesting and useful facts of the Lofoten Archipelago

    Located above the Arctic Circle Norwegian Lofoten archipelago is a wonderful, fairy-tale world. The archipelago consists of many islands of all sizes; all of them together creates one of the most beautiful places in the world.

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