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March 15, 2020

FAQ: How much daylight can I expect in Iceland?

Iceland is a land of contrasts and the cycle of daylight throughout the year is no exception. At the time of the summer solstice (around June 23) there are 17 more hours of daylight per day than at the winter solstice. This means that between May and September, there is plenty of daylight time for enjoying all that Iceland out […]
January 3, 2020

FAQ: What are you doing about sustainable travel? 

Over the 20 or so years that I’ve been travelling in Iceland, there’s no doubt that some considerable changes have taken place. With an almost unbeatable list of ‘wow’ natural features on offer, this easy to reach and culturally quirky island on the edge of the Arctic circle has been the recipient of incredible tourist growth. 
March 15, 2020

FAQ: What is the Golden Circle Tour in Iceland?

In short, the Golden Circle is the collection of three of South Iceland’s most important and spectacular landmarks: the Thingvellir National Park, Gulfoss waterfall and the geyser, Strokkur. Visitors flock to the Golden Circle to enjoy spending a day to see these must-see natural features as part of their Iceland holiday. There are many ways to see and experience the […]
March 15, 2020

FAQ: What’s the weather like in Iceland?

One of the most important features of the weather in Iceland is that it changes frequently, so following forecasts and having the right clothing are both very important. However, it’s also worth remembering that since the weather moves fast and is so often very local, useful advice is to ‘wait 5 minutes’ as it will probably change. Because the weather […]
March 15, 2020

FAQ: Where is Iceland?

Situated between Greenland, Norway and Scotland, and just below the Arctic Circle, Iceland is in surprisingly easy reach of America, Europe and the UK. The area of the island of Iceland is approximately 103,000km2 which makes it the second largest island in Europe after Great Britain. It takes about 3 hours to fly from London, and about 5 hours from […]
July 14, 2019

FAQs: Can I drive in Iceland?

We want every one of our holiday clients to have the best time possible in Iceland and this means that we will want to suggest the most appropriate travel arrangements. Our range of travel solutions includes everything from escorted bus tours, huge super truck adventures, 4 wheel drive jeeps and minibuses for self drive and privately guided journeys for a day or more.
April 27, 2017

FAQs: How to? Northern Lights

One of our top Iceland questions is about how to see the Northern Lights, so here are some Iceland Traveller tips. The main Northern Lights season is October to March Some tours are also available in September and April, and you can get lucky out in the countryside in late August too When you are out at night, be patient, […]
March 3, 2019

FAQs: When is the best time to go to Iceland?

Iceland is a great destination at any time of year, but to make an informed choice, it’s best to consider what you want to see and do. For Northern Lights, the season is September to April. For experiencing short dark days and the special light that Iceland has in the winter during the day, then December and January are the times to go there.