Iceland is located on the north Atlantic ridge, who runs through the island from the southwest through Reykjanes peninsula, through the center of the island and then north to Öxarfjörður fjord before disappearing back in to the North Atlantic ocean. Under Iceland is also a so-called hot spot where magma is pushing up in a large volume high up into the earth's crust. These facto ...
Drone flying in Iceland
Use of drones has increased rapidly in Iceland for the recent years, the country's nature and the landscape are like nothing else for those who are taking pictures or videos with drones. There is not much that compares taking photo and videos from the air of volcanoes, geothermal areas, hot springs and geysers, black sand coast or mossy lava fields, waterfalls or glaciers. Wit ...
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Iceland
Do you want to celebrate the new year with style and experience the best firework show? Then join us in Iceland for New Year’s Eve. Every year Icelanders buy over 500 tons of firework and at midnight the show begins, something you won't forget and of course then there is the party downtown after the show. New Year’s Eve is celebrated all over Iceland so wherever you are stayin ...
Fish and Chips in Iceland
One of the best fish and chips places in Iceland can be found on the South coast nearby the famous waterfall Skógafoss.
Iceland Airwaves 2017: Few Facts
Iceland Airwaves will be held for the 18th time this year. From November 1 to November 5 many places of Reykjavik will be venues for artists from all over the world.