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Hidden Gems of Iceland, part 2

Part 2   In the first part of our Blog about Iceland´s secret places we already introduced some tips for excursions and hikes to places, which are usually not so much crowded, and the parking lots are not all day full of tour busses… And there are of course many more. Some are accessible to... Read more

Our Weekend Trip to Iceland

We are two couples (32, 26, 34 and 41 years old) and we were already thinking about going on a weekend trip to Iceland for quite a while. We thought the country and nature may be best explored by camping, so we decided to rent a Camper to travel together and have a mini vacation... Read more

The Fascinating Icelandic Horse

“There is no more sagacious animal than the Icelandic horse. It is stopped by neither snow, nor storm, nor impassable roads, nor rocks, glaciers, or anything. It is courageous, sober, and surefooted. It never makes a false step, never shies.“ Jules Verne   The Fascinating Icelandic Horse   The Icelandic Horse has a long tradition... Read more

Hidden Gems of Iceland Off the Beaten Path

Part 1 There are many things you must do in Iceland, and many tourists are coming to Iceland and we are really happy about that. Tourists must make sure they visit the natural hot springs like the Blue Lagoon, the Gljúfrabúi waterfall, the lava fields and see the northern lights. Icelanders love to show their... Read more

Kerid Crater in Iceland: A Spectacular Natural Phenomenon

  In the south of Iceland, you will find a magnificent wonder of nature that’s like no other. Kerid is the most famous Iceland volcanic crater for many good reasons. This unique geological phenomenon has been attracting tourists from all over the world for decades. Kerid crater lake is over 3,000 years old. It’s relatively... Read more

Icelandic Cuisine: Facts You Need to Know

       Surrounded by the ocean, Iceland offers delicious, versatile cuisine. Although fish and seafood make up a large part of the Iceland food scene, the cuisine specialties also include lamb, potatoes, dairy, and bread. The Norse Vikings planted the roots of Icelandic cuisine when they settled here in the 9th century. They brought Scandinavian cuisine... Read more