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Neskaupstaður

A bit about Eistnaflug....

from The Blonde Abroad

What to Pack for a Week in Iceland

The weather in Iceland can be pretty unpredictable and will change depending on the time of year you’re visiting, so figuring out what to pack for a week in Iceland can be pretty daunting. Use my Iceland packing guide and revise as needed based on weather and season for when you plan your own trip to Iceland!

from AmonGraf

16 Reasons Why You Must Visit Iceland Right Now. Amazing no. #12

La luz del Norte sobre el paisaje de pantano con flores silvestres en Landmannarlaugar, Islandia |

from The Blonde Abroad

Flying Iceland's New Low-Cost Airline: WOW air

Flying as much as I do, I’ve been on my share of airlines and flights. I always like to know which airline has top-notch food, good entertainment, and comfy seats. Of course, we’re all looking for the best deals when it comes to airfare, so I jump at the chance to check out new airlines and see how they stack up. Check out my experience flying Iceland’s new low-cost airline, WOW air!

Blog post at Up Up and a Bear : My recent trip to Iceland was truly memorable. This post highlights a few things I learned that might be helpful to you either in planning f[..]

from 99TravelTips

11 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Iceland

"Iceland" ((I asked around and my fellow locals in Iceland told me this was in Landmannalaugar. I am so amazed at this landscape))

Black beach of Dyrhólaey Photo by @muenchmax ! #MyStopover

from Full Suitcase - Family Adventures Around The Globe

My Top-10 Places Not to be Missed in Iceland

The very best of Iceland in a nutshell. Pin now, read before planning your trip!

from My Modern Met

Fjarrgljfur, The Most Beautiful Canyon in the World

Have you eve seen a canyon so beautiful? Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in south east Iceland that's known for its breathtaking beauty. It's up to 330 feet deep and about one-and-a-quarter kilometers long, with a river called Fjaðrá flowing through it. Created by a progressive erosion of flowing water from glaciers through rocks, the canyon has been hallowed out for millions of years. The walking path along the eastern edge offers stunning views over both the plains and the glacial brooks below…

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Friday Favorites: The Best Places to Eat in Iceland

One of my favorite parts about traveling to a new country is exploring the local cuisine. When I returned from Iceland last March, the first question many people asked was “What kind of food did you eat?” Although Iceland has… Continue Reading →