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Rain on the way – Icelandic weather update

Summary issued 5th June 2019 Rain is forecast for the North of Iceland over the weekend.  Highland roads are still closed for maybe another 2 weeks.  Bird nesting sites are closed or have time restrictions, please check before you visit. Weather and conditions on the...

Tourist safety – plans

The Icelandic tourist board has been working closely with the Icelandic police to make tourists at Iceland’s tourist destinations safer. Acts of God Natural disasters such as volcanic eruptions and the glacier floods can affect areas with large numbers of...

Why do they call it Iceland?

Why do they call it Iceland? We come from the land of the ice and snow Led Zeppelin’s open line from the Immigrant Song was reputedly penned by Robert Plant as he sat in a Reykjavik Coffee shop, on a holiday to Iceland. This North Atlantic rock is also known as...
Top 10 Icelandic waterfalls

Top 10 Icelandic waterfalls

Top 10 Icelandic Waterfalls Icelandic Waterfalls The top ten 10 – Aldeyjarfoss Waterfall Our Tenth Icelandic waterfall is Aldeyjarfoss which is upstream from Godafoss. This waterfall can be accessed with a 4x4 in Summer, but you may need a SuperJeep to visit...
Iceland tourists pledge

Iceland tourists pledge

A pledge to protect the Icelandic nature has recently been proposed by the minister for tourism in Iceland. The pledge appears on the Inspired by Iceland website. It encourages responsible tourism and those signing up for their mailing list will have the chance to win...

Iceland’s Best Places To See The Northern Lights

Northern LightsThe Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights are an amazing show of nature’s power. The Northern Lights are best appreciated in person because even the best photographs don’t do them justice. Today there are a number of European locations through...

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