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Hitchhiking in Iceland
Planning

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Iceland

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The ultimate form of travel to gather unknown stories and go on spur-of-the-moment adventures is hitchhiking. Hitchhiking is a great way to experience the pleasure of the off-beaten track and Iceland is the perfect place to get your first-time hitchhiking experience.

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Trolls cliffs in Iceland
Culture & history

Elves and Trolls in Iceland

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The most popular mythical creatures in Iceland are giants, trolls, and elves. Giants and trolls are the ones with more of a physical presence than elves. So, elves are generally known as spirits or hidden people.

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northern lights during Christmas Holidays in Iceland
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Christmas Traditions in Iceland

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To say that Icelanders go all out on when Christmas is concerned would be an understatement of the fact. Find out more about these interesting new unique traditions of Iceland which will make your holiday vacation more and more fun.

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lobster - Icelandic Traditional Food
Culture & history

Icelandic Traditional Food

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Icelandic cuisine is as unique as they come. It would be fair to say that the exceptional dishes of the country match the exceptional landscapes that you find here.

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man with a Daypack in Iceland at Reynisfjara black sand beach
Family Travel

Iceland Daypack Packing Guide

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In this blog, we are going to discuss the things that you should have in your day pack while stepping out of your hotel room in this beautiful country we call Iceland. We have divided these essentials according to seasons to make it easier for you. So, let’s dive in and put items in your day pack.

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airplane flying over Iceland
Planning

Stopover in Iceland – A Complete Guide

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Winter Solstice is celebrated on the darkest night of the winter when the sun does not rice at all. During this day, the skies light up for not more than 4 hours in most of Iceland, and not more than 2 hours in the north part of the country.

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winter Self Driving road trip in Iceland
Nature

Winter Solstice in Iceland

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Winter Solstice is celebrated on the darkest night of the winter when the sun does not rice at all. During this day, the skies light up for not more than 4 hours in most of Iceland, and not more than 2 hours in the north part of the country.

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Drone flying in IcelandDrone flying in Iceland, River in Iceland seen from a drone
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The Ultimate Guide to Drone Flying in Iceland

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The best about drone photography is the possibilities that it brings in the picture. Photographers can capture shots from angles that are impossible to get to otherwise. Locations that are off limit to travel personally, mainly because they are simply not accessible to humans can be easily photographed using a drone. To put it simply, drones have revolutionized landscape photography in manners that were not possible before and have efficiently lowered the difference between photos taken by amateur photographers and experts.

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