The Blue Lagoon’s milky blue color is a result of the mineral rich waters and its hot waters are a result of a geothermal plant that uses the volcanic landscape to generate heat and power. Discover adventure and exhilaration at one of Iceland’s most popular tourist attractions that focuses on welln... Read More
One of the most surprising superstars in this northern paradise is the puffin, also known as the clown of the sea or the penguin of the north. Iceland is home to the world’s largest puffin colonies where you can observe these birds in their natural habitats.
There are between eight and ten mill... Read More
Escape to the beautiful landscapes of eastern Iceland to see wild reindeer in their natural habitats. Hire a local guide who specializes in tracking these majestic animals. You will travel past snow streaked mountains divided by deep fjords in search of Iceland’s most beloved, mammal residents and... Read More
Be prepared to get wet as you explore one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland! You can actually walk behind this majestic, 197 foot waterfall so you can see it from the front and the back. If you visit on a sunny day, you will see rainbows at the base of the waterfall. Due to the dangers of... Read More
Some of the earliest observations of this light show were recorded on clay tablets by Babylonian astronomers in 567 B.C. There have also been cave painting discoveries that are believed to represent the aurora.
While legendary beliefs surrounding the aurora borealis range from the idea that the... Read More
The World’s only Elf School is open all year and offers classes by a master storyteller who gives you a look into the hidden world of the Fae. More than half of the people in Iceland believe that mythical creatures still inhabit their country.
During your class, you will learn about Iceland’s st... Read More