If you’ve been following Tiny Iceland from the beginning you might have seen and/or read about my epic “Iceland Challenge 2013” and “Iceland Stopover 2014” trips. I was focusing on introducing Icelandair’s stopover program which is a great way for travelers flying a transatlantic flight that want to have the opportunity to visit Iceland with […]
[Guest Blog] What I’m about to describe should not be attempted ever again: The Snæfellsnes Peninsula in a day. It deserves a week at least, perhaps a year, probably a lifetime. To do it in a day is ridiculous but that’s all we allowed ourselves in our dash around Iceland. Karina and I woke in […]
Before you travel to an unknown country there are a few things to keep in mind. In this post you will find helpful information and links about Iceland. Good links to have in hand when traveling in Iceland so make sure to bookmark this post. As you might have heard before the weather can easily […]
Despite the journey of days to get to Iceland and not managing much sleep once I finally did, the excitement at waking up in my beloved Reykjavik was irrepressible! This is my 7th visit and I’m as excited as if it were my first, perhaps even more so. The first order of the day was […]
A vibrant place in Reykjavík local bar scene is Den Danske Kro “The Danish Pub”. The Danes have a special word to describe a cosy, friendly atmosphere – “hyggelig” and that’s something that the Danish Pub has worked hard to create in this “home from home” within a pub.
Useful guide finding the US Navy plane Wreck on Sólheimasandur, South Iceland. By Stu, who publishes Wheres My Passport, with his wife Nat.
I’ve gathered information, basic tips, links and more for travelers visiting Iceland over this Christmas and New Year’s Eve. If you haven’t already planned a trip, then keep on reading and you might end up booking a trip for next year. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked if I recommend visiting […]
I’m super excited to tell you guys about the Secret Solstice festival held in Reykjavik, Iceland from June 16-18th. It’s a unique festival due to it’s timing, the summer solstice weekend and this is the third time it’s being held.
Are you planning a road trip around Iceland or maybe you only have a few days to spend and not sure what to do. West Iceland is a magical area in so many ways, so definitely add it to your #TripInIceland itinerary list!
Hótel Húsafell is located in Borgarfjörður, West Iceland. The region is a magical area in so many ways because it’s history is deeply rooted in the Icelandic Sagas. The place is a dream for hikers and you can go on glaciers tours as well. The region is one of the best in Iceland to view […]