Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Iceland was being loved to death by travelers. Now that the country is welcoming visitors again, how will they avoid those same overtourism issues?
On a work exchange on a farm in northern Iceland, Danielle Tate-Stratton sees the horses in her care stolen right before her eyes.
Travel to Iceland with Katie Yeates, where she discovers the extent that Icelandic locals go to, to respect the elves and where they may be living.
James Taylor discovers the living entity that is Vatnajökull glacier – and learns how vulnerable it is despite its massive size.
When a May day in Iceland turns bitter cold and snowy, Dana C. Getz wonders if this highland hike with her two young daughters was such a good idea.
Akureryi, Iceland’s second-largest city, offers a unique mix of cosmopolitan and small-town vibe. Local insider Margo shares her tips on what to see and do.
In Iceland’s isolated interior, your rented Yaris might not be up to the task. Then again you might not need a car at all.
Though fairly small, much of Iceland is sparsely populated, rugged, and remote. Nomad Katie shares her advice for seeing the sights, whether by bus, rental car, or guided tour.
Despite what many think, Iceland experiences four distinct seasons – and each one offers its own set of experiences to enjoy.
There’s no shortage of choices when it comes to accommodation in Iceland, from luxe hotels to cozy farmstays.
Iceland’s pristine environment is home to a variety of unique and beautiful animals. From breaching humpbacks to nesting puffins, here’s how to see them in the wild.