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Vatnajokull Glacier, the largest glacier in both Iceland and Europe, displays fascinating ice caves.  Like GoEcco Eco Tours describes "It’s like standing under a frozen blue ocean or in a frozen cathedral surrounded by millions of shades of blue". Vatnajokull Glacier has a surface area of approximately 8000km² which covers 8% of the Island. It’s thickness is equally impressive as its average is between 400-600m but in certain...

- Reykjavik -

Small, vibrant and sophisticated as well as being rich in culture and history, Reykjavik is the gateway to Iceland and the natural starting point to any Iceland adventure. Unlike your conventional capital city, Reykjavik lacks the anticipated skyscrapers, traffic jams and the characteristic mad rush. This unconventional capital city along with its reasonable striking distances to many of Iceland’s gems, is what ma...

Known while travelling around Iceland, the scenic snow-capped mountains, glaciers and volcanoes are all pretty impressive as you drive past them all along the major routes, however getting out of the comforts of your transport and accommodation and getting up onto these natural beauties to enjoy the extremes of the country is all part of the adventure. As a country of Fire and Ice, it is fascinating to see how close they come...

Yes the Golden Circle may be done under your own accord and in your own hire car but that however unfortunately does not come with a walking, talking encyclopedia who is rich in knowledge and experience and able to give you a real in-depth insight into the history of Iceland as well as it’s active dramatic landscape which is so unpredictable.

The Golden Circle is not just literally the 5 top attractions dotted along the loop bu...

Located within the Thingvellir National Park, it is the only place on earth where you have the unique opportunity to dive between two tectonic plates (Eurasian and North American). The clarity and colours of these waters is mesmerizing and is difficult to put into words in order to do it any form of justice.

 Thingvellir National Park

The snorkelling itself, the time we spent in the water, was close to 40 minutes, however it fel...

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