Iceland Travel Guide

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Iceland appears before you, as a land molded by a minecraft server. Huge flat fields of stark colors and lava beds sprawl across the landscape and erupt to sharp defined edges of volcanoes and glaciers. There’s no where to hide in Iceland; you’re always exposed and vulnerable. Perhaps that is what makes this land so breathtaking. For the time you’re there it’s you against the elements, as the elements mold you into an entirely new person. Don’t miss my exclusive 5 day itinerary, with rave reviews from my readers, which will help you plan an amazing trip to Iceland.

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Iceland Highlights

Iceland Winter Itinerary

Iceland Winter Itinerary

28/06/2016

Iceland is a strange place. It’s one of those few places that has a peak season no matter if it’s

    Driving and Renting a Car in Iceland

    Driving and Renting a Car in Iceland

    08/02/2016

    Iceland, where it’s you and your car against the elements and if you and your car aren’t leveled up enough,

      The Golden Circle

      The Golden Circle

      03/02/2016

      It’s amazing that in just under 300km Iceland has more packed into its Golden Circle than bits per pixel. With

        Secret Lagoon in Iceland

        Secret Lagoon in Iceland

        When most people think of Iceland they think of the iconic Blue Lagoon, that perfectly instagrammable location signifies everything Iceland.

          KuKu Campers Review and Rental in Iceland

          KuKu Campers Review and Rental in Iceland

          28/01/2016

          I’ve heard a lot of debate back and forth as to whether renting a car in Iceland is the way

            Loft Hostel

            Loft Hostel

            Oh man, it’s been a while since I stayed in a hostel, but I figured it was about time my

              Reykjavik in 24 Hours

              Reykjavik in 24 Hours

              23/01/2016

              “A dynamic and walkable city, full of life!” Reykjavik is now one of my favorite cities, but let’s be honest,