Natural wonders in Iceland are not hard to find. Read our blog posts about many of the famous (and not as famous) natural wonders. Of course, after you book a camper from your favorite camper in Iceland, Cozy Campers, you´ll have no problem accessing the natural wonders.
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On what continent is Iceland?
Sounds like a stupid question right? Well it is actually a pretty common one! In short the answer is this: Iceland sits on two continents. […]
October 29, 2018
Is the Northern Lights Forecast Accurate?
When it comes to the Northern Lights, we can assure you that the forecast is quite accurate. Gone are the days when a meteorologist on […]
September 20, 2018
5 geothermal swimming pools you have to try
Iceland is home to a host of geothermal swimming pools, ranging from the beautiful but not-so-cheap Blue Lagoon to abandoned outdoor swimming pools in the […]
June 28, 2018
Can you live off the land in Iceland?
The short answer is: It is complicated. The Icelandic constitution says that anyone can live off government land property but that only means berries, mushroom, […]
June 7, 2018
The Puffin – the accidental Icelandic mascot
Travellers in Iceland will notice that all souvenir shops and even some petrol stations have been overrun with all kinds of puffin memorabilia. To Icelanders, […]
May 4, 2018
Is Icelandic nature as fragile as people say?
You might have seen articles and blog posts about how people should stay on walking paths and roads because the Icelandic nature is fragile. It […]
April 26, 2018
The West Fjords – What to see and do in Iceland’s most remote area
The West Fjords are the most remote area in Iceland. They cover about 22,271 km2 (8,599 sq mi), but only about 9000 people live there […]
March 27, 2018
Are there any dangerous animals in Iceland?
Are there any dangerous animals in Iceland? Not really, the island is thankfully free of large predators. The only native mammal in Iceland is the […]
February 28, 2018