South Iceland is without a doubt the most traveled part of Iceland by visitors. We love to write blog posts about it since it features so many of Iceland’s most famous natural wonders. Everybody has seen photos of the black sand beach Reynisfjara, The beautiful waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, and the plane wreck in Sólheimasandur. But wait, there’s more! We´ll tell you about less known places in South Iceland as well.
A First-Timer’s Guide to Northern Lights in Iceland: When, Where, How (Plus Expert Tips)
A First-Timer’s Guide to Northern Lights in Iceland: When, Where, How (Plus Expert Tips) How do you increase your chances of seeing the northern lights […]
February 4, 2021
All you need to know about Ice Caves in Iceland
Visiting an ice cave is on the bucket list of many and Iceland is one of the best places to do so. You can visit […]
March 16, 2020
Everything you need to know about Reynisfjara black sand beach
Reynisfjara black sand beach is in the South coast of Iceland. The most familiar sight of the area is without a doubt Dyrhólaey arch and […]
November 6, 2018
What is the Secret Lagoon in Iceland?
Going swimming is an essential part of visiting Iceland. The Secret Lagoon, located in the South of Iceland, is one of the not-so-secret places to experience […]
October 10, 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
Icelandic beaches – See the most beautiful ones!
Not all Icelandic beaches are created equal, even though most of them are very beautiful. We put together a short list of our favourite beaches which […]
January 26, 2018
Hiking paths – The best ones to try in South-West Iceland
The largest part of Iceland is mountainous so you´ll have no problems finding hiking paths here. Populated areas dot the coast around the country where […]
January 17, 2018
Do the people of Vestmannaeyjar really live on an active volcano?
Yes, they do, and 44 years ago it destroyed 1/3 of the town. Luckily the people were evacuated. The Eldfell eruption in 1973 Early one […]
November 24, 2017