Iceland Travel Blog
Parking in Reykjavík
There are a few things to keep in mind when parking in Reykjavík, this article is the ultimate guide to parking in Reykjavík and what to keep in mind when…
Renting a Car in Iceland: All You Need to Know
If you are planning on renting a car in Iceland, here is all the information that you need. We have researched and written about everything from how much it…
How to tip and pay in Iceland – Ultimate Guide
Iceland is a very small country, with its own currency, which may complicate your plans for payment. Here in this ultimate guide, you will find all the answers…
Babymoon in Iceland
Iceland is the perfect place for a babymoon as your last hurray before the baby arrives. Here in this blog, we go over the reasons why.
F-Roads in Iceland
What are F-roads in Iceland? Are they open all year round? What car is suitable for F-roads in Iceland? Here in this blog, we will go over that and more.
Studded tires in Iceland
Planning on renting a vehicle for your winter adventure in Iceland? Driving safely in the wintertime is crucial and studded tires can really help that here…
Sand and Ash protection in Iceland: Do I need it?
Do I need Sand and ash insurance in Iceland? If so, why and what time of year is it absolutely essential? Here in this blog, we go over everything you need…
Winter driving in Iceland.
Explore the hazards of driving on slippery roads, and see some tips and tricks that can help you avoid getting into trouble during the winter time.
Gravel Protection in Iceland: Do I need it?
If you are planning to drive around the Icelandic ring road or going to the highlands of Iceland then we strongly recommend having Gravel Protection.
My Iceland camping trip review.
This is the story about when my wife and I traveled all around Iceland while camping in a roof top tent.
Does Iceland have railroads?
Does Iceland have any railroad systems? Has it ever had one? Is there an Iceland express train? Here in this blog, we go over everything you need to know about…
Trees in Iceland
You might have seen a few photos of Iceland, of the rural landscape, and wondered does Iceland not have any trees? Are there, or where there never any trees…