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Beautiful Icelandic Churches: History and Information

In Iceland you will find more than 350 churches all over the island country. With a population of around 360.000 people in 2020 this is not a small is in fact a high number of Icelandic churches When Icelanders are born, they were mostly registered as Christians into the Lutheran church of Iceland. With the... Read more

Iceland Ice Caves: Get Ready for a Breathtaking Adventure

Caves, also known as caverns, are naturally-created voids in the ground that can usually accommodate people who want to enter and explore. They’re formed by rock weathering and extend deep in the earth. In some cases, the word “cave” is used to describe smaller openings, similar to sea caves. The science behind exploring caves is... Read more

Discover the Secret Lagoon, Iceland

Globetrotters looking to take off their hiking boots and get lost in the gentle ripples of a natural hot spring need to visit the Secret Lagoon. Iceland has several lagoons, but the Secret Lagoon hot spring has a mystical quality about it. With the waters hovering around 40 degrees Celsius throughout all four seasons, you... Read more

Silfra Fissure: A Majestic Experience Between Two Continents

Silfra Fissure, Iceland, sits between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. A large earthquake in 1789 caused several fissures to open up, but the Silfra Fissure, in Iceland’s Thingvellir National Park, was the only one that was filled with glacial meltwater.   Now, people can enjoy the wonders of this natural phenomenon while diving... Read more

Where is the Best Place to See Puffins in Iceland?

Maybe you’ve heard of a cute little bird dubbed “the clown of the sea.” If so, you’re probably thinking of adorable puffins! Iceland is lucky to be home to more than 60 percent of the Atlantic puffin population, and we have the perfect guide to lead you to their colonies. Come along as we show... Read more

The 10 Most Incredible Things to Do in Reykjavík

When people visit Reykjavik, they describe their experience as surreal. It’s a must-see destination, full of adventure, natural wonders, and beautiful sights. Located on the coast, Reykjavik is Iceland’s capital. It’s also the country’s most populous city, home to approximately 123,000 people.  There’s a wide variety of things to do in Reykjavik, and in this... Read more