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How to Plan a Trip to The Blue Lagoon in Iceland

How to Plan a Trip to The Blue Lagoon in Iceland

There’s a good chance that The Blue Lagoon is probably one of the first things you think of when you picture Iceland, or at least the first thing people always mention! The iconic milky blue geothermal pool is not only the most popular tourist attraction in Iceland, but also one of the 25 Wonders of the World! There’s a also a good chance you might have...

5 Unreal Places on the North-West Coast of Iceland: Self-Tour

5 Unreal Places on the North-West Coast of Iceland: Self-Tour

Time: Full Day Cost: About $50 in gas Tip: Stop wherever you see people gathering, and watch out for trolls. After downing a few Icelandic brews with a couple friendly, freakishly-attractive Icelandic dudes in Reykjavik, I had the genius idea of asking them where I should go on my last day in Iceland that not many people know about. They immediately started throwing...

5 Stops on the Southeast Coast of Iceland

5 Southeast Coast of Iceland Roadtrip Stops

Heading to Iceland? The Southeast Coast of Iceland is a bit farther than the normal Iceland itineraries, but it’s SO WORTH IT, especially if you want to see Jökulsárlon glacier lagoon! If you’re worried about the distance, just keep in mind that not only did I do this roadtrip in a day (from and to Keflavik), but I also went straight from a red-eye flight...

The Magical Horses of Iceland

The Magical Horses of Iceland

by Alyssa Ramos I am convinced that everything in Iceland is magical, and that absolutely includes the pure bred Icelandic horses that you’ll see all throughout the country. As a huge horse fan, and female in general, I was instantly enchanted when I saw the various colored horses with long, wild manes almost everywhere I looked as I drove along the single-lane...

10 Famous Movies Filmed in Iceland

10 Famous Movies Filmed in Iceland

by Alyssa Ramos Iceland is probably the best place in the World to film movies because it looks like something you’d see straight out of one. Some say it looks like the end of the World, other’s say it looks like it’s from another world, I say it’s freaking magical and awesome, and made me feel like I was in Walter Mitty the entire time I was...

5 Reasons to Visit Keflavik Iceland

by Alyssa Ramos Reykjavik was honestly the last place I wanted to stay during my trip to Iceland, which is why I decided to stay in a small town that was void of any crowds or late night parties. The experience I was seeking in Iceland was all about adventures, the road less traveled, and pushing my own limits, none of which I would have accomplished by staying in...