Tips for safe traveling in Iceland
Before you travel to an unknown country there are a few things to keep in mind. In this post you will find helpful information and links about Iceland. Good links to have in hand when traveling in Iceland so make sure to bookmark this post. As you might have heard before the weather can easily change in Iceland and you might even experience all seasons in one day. If you are visiting Iceland during autumn, winter or spring you should always check the weather and road conditions. Don’t forget to follow Tiny Iceland via social media for frequent updates.
Travel in Iceland with a Stopover Buddy #MyStopover
If you didn't already know about the Icelandair Stopover program then I want to share with you a great way to explore Iceland when flying a transatlantic flight! An Icelandair stopover is when you get two destinations for the price of one. On your way across the Atlantic, you can stop in Iceland for up to 7 nights at no additional airfare. From October 2016 to March 31st 2017 Icelandair is adding a cool feature to the stopover program, the Icelandair Stopover Buddy Service! You can book your very own Stopover Buddy to travel with you in Iceland. But it’s not just any adventurer — it’s an Icelandair employee!
South Iceland - What to See & Do - Part 3/3
I often get emails from people asking for informative tips on what to see & do while road tripping around South Iceland. The South coast is a popular route to drive throughout the year and I always recommend this area for travelers who only have a few days in Iceland.
So I decided to make a three part post about South Iceland, from Reykjavik to Jökulsárlón. This is part 3 where I share my knowledge about e.g. VÍK, Kirkjubæjarklaustur, Hjörleifshöfði, Fjaðrárgljúfur, Fjallsárlón, Jökulsárlón, Þakgil and more.
Photographing the Northern Lights - Simple Guide
If you are lucky enough to see the Northern Lights then I am sure you will want to be able to photograph them. To some this might seem an impossible task but photographing them is really quite straight forward providing you have right equipment and right knowledge.
By Nat & Stu - Where's My Passport