Entries tagged: Things to do in Iceland

Top 5 Things to Do in Iceland | Iceland Excursions for the Adventure-Seeker

Top 5 Things to Do in Iceland | Iceland Excursions for the Adventure-Seeker

Iceland has well-earned it’s status as a top destination for outdoor enthusiasts. But you don’t have to be training for the Winter X games to enjoy it. Gentle hikes, beautiful views, and relaxing hot springs let you take on the outdoors at any speed. Thanks to constant geothermic activity, long summers days, and magical winter nights the tiny island is packed with natural attractions. Whether you get your thrills from an adrenaline-fueled ski run, or a breathtaking waterfall hidden the recesses of a canyon, Iceland will make an outdoor adventurer out of everyone. Top Five Things to Do in Iceland […]

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Snowmobiling in Iceland | Iceland Glacier Excursion

Snowmobiling in Iceland | Iceland Glacier Excursion

Snowmobiling in Iceland with Ker & Downey offers thrill seekers an exciting way to see Iceland’s expansive glaciers. Ker & Downey’s Bekah McNeel fills us in on the exciting excursion. When I was a child, nothing thrilled me more than a big, clean sheet of white paper. The endless possibility of a clean plane, waiting for me to fill it with color, line, and form. That’s exactly how I felt looking out at the blinding white expanse of Langjoküll glacier. Sitting atop my snowmobile, I marveled at the views surrounding me on all sides. Only 24 hours before, this field […]

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Reykjavik: Thoroughly Modern, Thoroughly Icelandic

Reykjavik: Thoroughly Modern, Thoroughly Icelandic

Reykjavik has found an appealing niche as a thoroughly modern city, with a thoroughly Icelandic attitude. By Bekah McNeel When you think of the next generation of destination cities, Portland, Austin, Asheville, you probably think of quirky, hip, individualistic vibes. Reykjavik would fit right in on that list. The running joke is that everyone in Reykjavik is writing a book. The moody atmosphere of winter’s constant darkness, and the sleeplessness of an all-bright summer probably have something to do with that. More so, however, may be the peculiar authenticity of the people in the modest port city. When it was […]

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