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History of Iceland

History of Iceland

Iceland is a country with a rich history. From the Settlement of the true Vikings, the country being under a foreign rule, to the independence again. Settlement (870-930) Iceland was founded during the Viking Age. Norsemen from Scandinavia and Celts from the British...

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The Geology of the land of Fire and Ice

The Geology of the land of Fire and Ice

Iceland is the country of fire and ice. In this blog post, we focus more on the fire-side of our stunning country.  Iceland is geologically a very young country. It is ‘only’ 20 - 25 million years old and owes its existence to volcanic activity. It first appeared from...

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General information

General information

General informationLocation Iceland is a small island, situated in the Nord Atlantic Ocean, close to Greenland. You can only travel to and from Iceland by aircraft or a boat. Because of its positioning, Iceland is known for its long winters and windy days. One of its...

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FAQ’s

FAQ’s

FAQ’s:When is the best time to travel to Iceland?Winter: October-April Want to escape the big crowd and travel at a slow pace? The Winter season is a fit for you! Discover beautiful waterfalls, landmarks and national parks without many people blocking your view....

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10 Icelandic adventures for your bucket list

10 Icelandic adventures for your bucket list

10 Icelandic adventures for your bucket list Many of the country’s travel highlights are shaped by the seasons. Here you can find the most unique tours, from summer hiking in a volcanic national park to experiencing aurora-painted night skies in the frosty winter.1....

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What to pack for your Iceland adventure

What to pack for your Iceland adventure

WHAT TO WEAR IN ICELAND In Iceland, the climate is cold, cloudy and windy for most of the year. Iceland is located on high latitudes, close to the Arctic Circle, and can receive cold winds from the Arctic. However, Iceland does not get extreme cold due to the Gulf...

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