Travel in Iceland

Travel in Iceland

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January 20, 2014

The Philippines & Casey Neistat’s Walter Mitty Moment

So after reading Julia’s last post about the Secret Life of Walter Mitty, has anyone seen the film yet? I’ve seen it and I really enjoyed it – but what’s stuck in my mind is the way that they spent a portion of their marketing budget. Casey Neistat is a film director, working in New York from his wildly functional studio. As […]
August 30, 2015

Thinking of Becoming a Self-Drive Iceland Traveller?

Driving in Iceland is an amazing experience, what more do you want beautiful landscape? But there are some difficulties and dangers for the driver, so this short light-hearted and informative animated video tells you what to bear in mind when driving in Iceland and how to avoid these hazards. [youtube] Enjoy your journey as an Iceland Traveller.
January 11, 2013

Thrihnukagigur is on my List for 2013…

Last summer’s launch of a trip to see inside an Icelandic volcano was met by me with some trepidation. I’d  read about the venture just before it opened and contacted the company to find out more, and to make sure that I could book the tour for Iceland Traveller clients. With the possibility that the summer of 2012 would be […]
July 14, 2015

Walking with friends in Iceland

Waterfalls and wildlife, alpine valleys or walks specifically designed to seek the Northern Lights. All good reasons to walk with a group of like minded people and a knowledgeable guide to combine sightseeing, sociability and some leisure time.  The Aurora Special is coming up, so if you are free in the middle of October please join us! These walks are […]
February 27, 2020

Welcome to the Faroe Islands

Our joy for journeying in the vicinity of Iceland has led us to some new treasures in the form of the Faroe Islands. Perhaps vaguely familiar if you ever listen to the shipping forecast, in which case don’t cast them off as an impossible travel destination. Think again! The Faroes have captivated us for their rugged beauty, remoteness, quirkiness and […]
August 13, 2015

Which is Better – Are You a Summer or Winter Iceland Traveller?

Iceland, like most places, has four seasons – sometimes all in the same day! Most Iceland travellers enjoy themselves whenever they go, and the answer to the question is very personal. In fact, if you are planning a special group holiday or anniversary trip or a honeymoon, you may not have much choice of when to travel, so being in […]
June 12, 2017

Why Julia gave up the day job

Julia Jones set up Iceland Traveller – a holiday company specialising in trips to Iceland after a career in teaching. Here, she reveals what being an entrepreneur has taught her. The company recently appeared in the Telegraph in an article on foodie travel, and will appear in July’s BBC Good Food magazine. ‘It’s OK to be creative and divergent; get used […]