Culinary Reykjavík

With great simplification, one could say that the restaurant world of Iceland has two main characteristics.

Welcome to Ice Cream Land

Ice Cream Parlors – I bet you didn’t know that was a thing. I’m sure you’ll

Beer – A Love Story

  A Little History The history of beer in Iceland is short and stout (pun intended).

Springtime – Meet the Migratory Birds

The Birders This time of year, migratory birds start making their way north to mate, lay

Pompei of the North – The Heimaey Volcanic Eruption

I wrote a blog last week about a cluster of islands south of the mainland called

The Westman Islands – The Most Dramatic Place in Iceland

One of my favorite places in Iceland is a cluster of islands south of the mainland

Social Etiquette in Iceland

Although Icelandic nature seems like outer space to many travelers with its black sands and lava

Grocery Shopping in Iceland

When I travel I usually spend way too much time navigating my way through unfamiliar grocery

Alternative Museums and Insights

I wrote a blog a few weeks ago about museums in Reykjavík and it made me

Whales – My Favorite Mysteries

A friend of mine owns a house by the sea in Steingrímsfjörður, a beautiful tranquil heaven

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 Quads and Caves – ATV Tour
Easy 7 HOURS
Quads and Caves – ATV Tour

Quad & Caves is our most popular combo activity day tour from Reykjavik and it’s great value for money. The lava tunnel exploration is a relatively mild caving experience, suitable for everyone in decent physical shape.

GEOTHERMAL SNORKEL TOUR

From ISK

Easy 4 HOURS
GEOTHERMAL SNORKEL TOUR

Snorkeling in bubbling hot springs is usually impossible as the water is far too hot, but

THE WONDERS OF SNÆFELLSNES -PRIVATE-

From ISK

Very easy 4 HOURS
THE WONDERS OF SNÆFELLSNES -PRIVATE-

SNÆFELLSJÖKULL and SNÆFELLSNES PENINSULA

 Into the Blue
Easy 4 HOURS
Into the Blue

The Silfra Fissure is one of Iceland’s most desirable snorkeling spots. Located in the heart of

THE SILVER CIRCLE

From ISK

Very easy 2 HOURS
THE SILVER CIRCLE

GLYMUR, ÞINGVELLIR AND HENGILL