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Rovers of the Month: James and Bonnie get a Last Minute Adventure!

The following is a story about which we are very proud, it reminds us why we do what we do. James and Bonnie came to Iceland and bumped into a logistical problem, which we were more than happy to solve, and they both went form having nothing to do to having a day out to remember for a very long time. This is their story…

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Accommodation in Iceland

So, you’re coming to Iceland. Or you’re thinking about coming to Iceland. Where do you want to stay? Have you ever wondered what sort of accommodation you might find in the Land of Fire and Ice?…

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East Iceland Nature and Highlights

When it comes to visiting Iceland, Iceland’s south coast seems to take the largest chunk of the pie: the West is next, and then the North perhaps. What about East Iceland? It’s the furthest away from the capitol, the direct opposite end and hardest to access part of the country (unless you land by boat from the ferry from Denmark, which stops in Seyðisfjörður) and takes the longest to reach.…

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Rover of the Month: Akash Does Essential Iceland

Our “Rovers” are those who have decided to explore Iceland their own way, at their own pace. Akash Mehta joined us on our “Essential iceland” tour, where he even got on top of a glacier! We caught up with him after he got home, and he had all this to say about his experience with us.…

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