South Iceland is home to the famous Skógafoss falls, the black sand beach of Vik, and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon – and lots of hidden treasures, too.
Iceland native Katrin shares her top adventures, from a hut-to-hut trek on the slopes of Snaefell to the charming seaside towns of Borgarfjörður Eystri and Seyðisfjörður.
Explore the sights of remote North Iceland by car, from lovely Lake Mývatn and the whale-watching capital of Húsavík to Raufarhöfn, Iceland’s northernmost town.
About 10 years ago, no one would have traveled to Iceland for the cuisine, but today it’s a whole different story. Our local Katrin steers you to the best.
With scenery this spectacular, it’s no wonder Iceland is popular – but this small island nation is in danger of being overrun by tourists. Here’s how to reduce your impact.
Iceland is crossed by dozens of glacial rivers and surrounded by ocean. To properly explore it, you’re going to have to get your feet wet.
Our insider Katrin shares her insights into Icelandic culture, from must-go music festivals to elves and other folklore.
The Icelandic language may seem challenging, but these tips will help you get a handle on those tongue-twister place names.
Land of fire and ice, street art and the world's hardest Karaoke song - everything you need to know about Iceland.
From the towering cliffs of the Westfjords to the white-water playground of Skagafjörður, discover the secrets of secluded Northwest Iceland.
They don’t call it the “land of fire and ice” for nothing. No one should visit Iceland without exploring its spectacular ice caves, lava tubes, and mighty glaciers.