The amazing Aurora Borealis light show comes to Iceland from late September to April. Discover how to maximize your chances of seeing it and getting the perfect photo.
From thundering waterfalls to Viking legends to the mesmerizing Northern Lights, Iceland is for lovers of nature and culture alike – and despite its chilly name, you won’t find friendlier people anywhere.
Iceland is more than the Ring Road. Equally fascinating and easily accessible are these short side trips that go beyond waterfalls and geysers.
With a name like Iceland, it’s no wonder this Nordic island has a lot of winter activities on offer. From skiing to snowmobiling, Nomad Nick steers you to the best.
From the coolest Reykjavik bars to the best happy hour deals, here’s how to enjoy one of Europe’s most legendary nightlife scenes.
The endless supply of hot water bubbling up from underneath Iceland’s volcanic landscapes means there are scenic swimming holes everywhere. From check-list famous to tucked-away, here are some of the best.
Western Iceland and Snæfellsnes Peninsula are steeped in Viking history and sagas. Our insider Margo shares the best ways to learn about these heroic tales, and explore the rugged landscapes that inspired them.
The Golden Circle is rightfully famous – but there’s much more to explore just a few hours outside the capital. Iceland local James gives you the scoop.
With hikes for all abilities, from easy day hikes to multi-day expeditions, Iceland has something for everybody. Here are five of the best.
With over 200 inexpensive, backpacker-friendly campsites, Iceland is one of the world’s best destinations for camping. But it’s still important to understand the laws.
As varied as it is vast, this extraordinary park offers glaciers, ice caves, canyons, and waterfalls enough to suit any outdoor enthusiast.