Iceland is a total dream country to visit, especially if you’re keen on the kind of trip that’s a little different from a beach or tropical holiday. That being said, it’s totally huge (much bigger than you might think)! So, I wanted to share our 1-week itinerary to visit Iceland that’ll help you along your … Continue Reading

At first thought, Iceland may not seem like an ideal place to go wandering off on a hike. The clue is in the name after all. But this is the thing with Iceland; the weather isn’t nearly as extreme as you’d think, especially so in the summertime. Hiking in Iceland is something you can do … Continue Reading

Iceland is one of the most breathtaking countries to explore in, dare I say it, all the world. Its dramatic landscape gives us travellers some of the best opportunities to discover how unique and stunningly beautiful our world truly is!. There are so many once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you should have whilst visiting Iceland, from; the magnificent … Continue Reading

Dyr-what now? I know – it’s quite a tongue twister, isn’t it? Dyrhólaey is a magnificent little spot with not much else around it but grand natural landscapes. It’s one of those places in Iceland that you never really hear people talk about and is sometimes considered as off the beaten track but is definitely … Continue Reading

The drive we had planned on this day in Iceland was gonna be a long one but so worth it because we would be visiting some of the best waterfalls in Iceland along the way. We were currently staying at the Greenhouse Hotel in Sellfoss and would be driving all the way to the Fosshotel … Continue Reading

Hey!!! We’ve just arrived in the airport in Reykjavik and I just had to write this post rather quickly. (The next challenge will be to actually find WiFi so I can post this!) This is a rather quick update to let you know we’ve just arrived in Iceland and as you can imagine -it’s… er… … Continue Reading

Following on from my initial post about my trip to Iceland and things to do in Iceland, here are photos from Geysir – which is where the English world Geyser comes from and, you guessed it, full of Geysers. The Geysir itself doesn’t erupt that often but Strokkur erupts every 4–8 minutes 15 – 40 … Continue Reading

Our stay at The FossHotel Glacier Lagoon, after the day before spent exploring some of the best waterfalls in Iceland, was only for one night but this was as far East as we would be going – hotels-wise. We actually chose it initially due to its proximity to Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon as well as Stokksnes … Continue Reading

Iceland is such a stunning country! It’s one of those places that’s filled with gorgeous little towns, stunning hiking routes and a heap of tasty awesome spots to see. Honestly, there are so many incredible experiences to have in Iceland that you’re gonna need to stay for years to see them all. Now, that might … Continue Reading

Reykjavik in Iceland is one of the only places in the world I’ve ever left and thought to myself – I could live here! It’s hands-down due to how incredible, yet intimate the city is. This is especially true with all the best things to do in Reykjavik and places to eat in the city. … Continue Reading

The next day in Vik, we didn’t really have any solid plans except for an ‘Icelandic beach day’ at Reynisfjara black sand beach which felt absolutely fantastic. On this trip already we’d seen the fire and ice side of Iceland fully from visiting an erupting volcano just a few days before and then visiting the … Continue Reading

Plus, a cheeky snap I took of the Northern Lights last night! As you already know, we’re in Iceland. Hence, why you may not have been hearing much from us lately but I’ve been updating our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with some (just some) of the experiences we’ve had so far. Just in case you … Continue Reading

This probably needs no introduction and is pretty much a staple of any trip to Iceland! We planned this for the tail end of our trip as it’s pretty close to the airport and it’s a nice way to relax after an activity-filled trip to Iceland. Here’s what we got up to when we visited … Continue Reading

There’s something so incredible about visiting the Nordic Countries, I’m not sure if it’s the crisp air or stunning scenery, but there’s something so special about this region. This is especially true with all the best places in the Nordic countries to visit.  The best part about these countries though is that there’s such a … Continue Reading