This year, Iceland again leads the list of the most expensive countries in the world and takes the second place after Switzerland. When I went there, I certainly knew about it, but still, I was in a slight shock from the price tags.
Are you going to Iceland? Get ready to fork out. According to Iceland Magazine, "Iceland's consumer prices are on average 66 percent higher than in Europe."
Find out in this blog post how much the trip to Iceland will cost and how to visit Iceland on a budget.
The journey that I will remember for a lifetime is a road trip through the land of ice and fire. I am writing these lines, and I see pictures of vast expanses and alien landscapes of Iceland in front of my eyes. And that feeling of being a child of nature comes again.
It is in Iceland that you feel the energy power of the Earth, because there are more than a hundred volcanoes, and many of them are active.
The best and the easiest way to see the island is to take a road trip along The Ring Road, where flocks of shaggy sheep and galloping wild horses meet on the way. By the way, for more than a thousand years, horses of only one breed have been living in Iceland. It is simply forbidden to import horses of other breeds into the country.
But I wanted to see the uninhabited and less touristy places in Iceland.Therefore, we decided to replace most of the Ring Road trip with an inland trip to the Highlands Icelandic plateau.
This blog post is an alternative travel guide to Iceland that will help you to design your off the beaten path road trip.
Iceland is so much more than its popular iconic places such as the Blue Lagoon and the Golden Circle. During my trip to Iceland, I visited all the must-see places, but I also wanted to discover Iceland hidden gems and go off the beaten path.
Apart from geysers, volcanos, glaciers, elves, and trolls, Iceland hides other miracles: spiritual places, also known as places of power. Here is what I found.
The Blue Lagoon in Iceland was my blue dream. It is a place that has long excited my imagination. When I finally got there, it was not what I imagined. What the Blue Lagoon hides in the land of ice and fire?
I reveal all the secrets in this article.
Do you want to know what paradise looks like in a hut? If you are not ready to carry a canned beef stew in a 60-liter backpack and toil with the installation of a tent, but you still want to be closer to the Icelandic nature, try glamorous camping aka GLAMPING.