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Icelandic Wonders

Visit Bridge Between Continents on your trip to Reykjanes Peninsula

Iceland is the only place in the world where the tectonic plates of two continents are visible from the ground. Hence, tourists who visit Iceland should not miss out on the chance to see it up close. The Bridge between Continents was built as a symbol of this connection between Europe and North America, making it a remarkable geotourism attraction.

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Things To Do

Iceland in March: 5 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting

March is one of the best times of the year to visit Iceland. It is certainly not warm yet, but with the anticipation of spring and warmer days, it is the best time to go out and explore. However, it is considered an off season in Iceland, which can be a good or bad thing, depending on what type of activities you want to engage in. Nonetheless, you will never run out of things to do in Reykjavik in March. 

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Icelandic Culture

Icelandic Culture Etiquette – What You Need to Know

Icelandic is a Nordic country. Therefore, its culture and identity has strong ties to the Vikings and the Nordic region in general. Icelanders – as the locals are called – are proud of this heritage, so they aim to preserve the customs and traditions that come with being a Nordic. 

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Things To Do

9 Unique Things to Do in Iceland

Iceland is a place known for its unique beauty – from otherworldly landscapes, black sand beaches, to lava fields, and glaciers, you will find it all here. Visitors are so enamoured by these dramatic contrasts that it’s impossible not to want to try and experience them all. If you are seeking a memorable trip, you need to steer off the common touristy destinations and seek out the unique things to do in Iceland.

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Icelandic Culture

Facts About Iceland Food

There are so many fascinating things to try and explore in Iceland – and the same can be said of its food. Discover the best Iceland food and dishes that you need to try when you visit.

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Icelandic Wonders

Guide to Snorkelling in the Iceland Tectonic Plates

Iceland is teeming with destinations and activities for the adventure-seekers. Its unique natural features and geographic locations pose many exciting options for those who are always seeking a thrill. Snorkeling Iceland tectonic plates is one of those you can add to your travel bucket list. But if you’re in Iceland, you simply cannot pass up this opportunity to check it off that list.

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Things To Do

Top Things to Do in Iceland in Winter

Iceland is a country like no other; it is equally bizarre and incredible during winter. The glittering white glaciers contrast beautifully against the black volcanic rocks of the mountains. The waterfalls freeze and some of the popular ones become accessible.

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Icelandic Culture

Guide to Must-Try Icelandic Street Food

Iceland is known as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. From otherworldly landscapes, to incredible waterfalls – there is so much to see and do during your time here. But when it comes to food, there is so much to love about Iceland, too. In particular, there is a wide variety of Icelandic street food to choose from, whether you are looking for something traditional or unique

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Icelandic Wonders

Iceland’s New Volcano Eruption

The tectonic plates that cause this volcanic activity are currently showing their power in the form of an ongoing volcano eruption in the Fagradalsfjall volcano.

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Places To Go

Where and What Is the Golden Circle?

If you are driving in Iceland, you must take the famous Golden Circle scenic route that connects some of the country’s most famous sites and offers breathtaking views of Iceland’s volcanic scenery.

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