Iceland is the most incredible country to explore. With stunning natural sites, erupting volcanoes and small cities like Reykjavik to visit, it’s the kind of country that you can visit year after year and never really see it all. This all makes it really important to book the very best trips in Iceland when you … Continue Reading

Iceland is a totally beautiful country to explore! There are heaps of the best places to see all across the country; from these active volcanic sites, the best Icelandic hikes, to incredible towns and even an ice cave tour in Iceland that is deep within the glaciers. The natural beauty of Iceland is just spectacular. … Continue Reading

By now you already know we’ve spent the last week in Iceland, and boy was it a fun and rather action-packed week. Now, this is the first part of a two-part post. It’s split into two parts as there are way too many photos to fit into one post.  The second post is available immediately over … Continue Reading

After we left the Frost and Fire hotel, we headed straight for our next stop and a personal favourite of mine – Seljalandsfoss en-route to Hotel Skogafoss for lunch. Seljalandsfoss is the waterfall in Iceland where you can walk behind and I was excited to visit again.  It’s safe to say Georgia was pretty fascinated … Continue Reading

Winter is the time of year that tends to be a little dark, wet, cold and gloomy! That being said, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, there’s a heap of the best places in winter that make for a gorgeous experience.  From places like; Lapland to Banff National Park, there’s a ton of the … Continue Reading

Iceland is an incredible country to explore, with many incredible places to see and visit. With gorgeous towns, waterfalls, beautiful Icelandic hikes and of course, erupting volcanoes; it’s a country you don’t want to miss. Now, you might be wondering how to get to Fagradalsfjall? It’s one of the newest and most accessible volcanic sites … Continue Reading

Thinking of visiting Iceland? Well, you’re in for a total treat! There’s a heap of incredible places to see across Iceland that I’m almost certain you’ll love. On top of that, there’s a shedload of natural places to visit in Iceland that are dotted all across the country. To be honest, for me at least, … Continue Reading

One of the many joys of a trip to Iceland is learning to (or at least trying to) pronounce Icelandic names and perhaps, one of the more fun ones to try to pronounce is the Eyjafjallajökull volcano… …but more on that later. The first time I saw the Northern Lights was by no means unplanned. The … Continue Reading

The Retreat at Blue Lagoon is so amazing. So much so that every time we visit Iceland we always make it a point to stay at the Blue Lagoon. It’s actually something of a tradition now because it’s what we did on the first trip and as we have such fond memories of it, it’s … Continue Reading

The first place we went to, upon arrival in Iceland (and after picking up the rental car) was The Blue Lagoon. It’s always been a dream of mine to come here and as it was quite an early flight, I was really looking forward to just relaxing on the first day. I honestly can not recommend … Continue Reading

Iceland is one of those amazing countries to visit that’s totally filled with epic places to see. From the dramatic volcanic landscapes, incredible hiking routes, and gorgeous little towns to the tastiest restaurants; Iceland has loads to experience. Not only that but there is also a heap of stunning experiences to have in Iceland that you … Continue Reading

It’s official, we’re heading back to Iceland! Literally, we’re so excited and we’ve already started planning on the best places to see and all the essential things to pack for Iceland when we visit.  We definitely couldn’t stay away for too long and we’re looking forward to getting around and doing some of the stuff … Continue Reading

The next morning in Iceland I woke up bright and early eager to visit Geysir hot spring, Strokkur and Gullfoss waterfall in The Golden Circle of Iceland but I found myself also strangely kinda frustrated. Like how could we have gotten the hike to the volcano the day before so wrong? And then for some … Continue Reading

Our whale watching tour was originally meant to happen on the day after we arrived in Iceland but there was a storm and all whale watching tours were cancelled everywhere. This storm held out for several days and we rescheduled a few times but the guys at Special Tours were so nice and helpful on … Continue Reading