Iceland Guides

Get right to the heart of Iceland with our selection of informative guides on the regions, culture, and activities around the country. Our detailed regional guides include all kinds of information on what to see and do, the major campsites, cool museums and restaurants, and where to find those off the beaten track gems. Guides on culture investigate everything about Icelanders and the country, from the strange traditional foods they eat to the even stranger museums you can visit. Articles on activities delve into which geothermal baths are worth your time, detailed hiking information for different areas, and campervan-specific instructions for some of the best activities around the country.


 

The 5 Strangest Foods to Eat in Iceland

The 5 Strangest Foods to Eat in Iceland

Iceland’s isolation from the rest of Europe and harsh living conditions in the past have led to some interesting food choices that helped the first settlers survive. And while Icelandic cuisine is now all about creative flair and classy dishes, you can still get your hands on the traditional food.

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North Iceland: The Ultimate Guide

North Iceland: The Ultimate Guide

Sparsely populated farm country, fog-laden fishing villages clinging to coastline, snow-capped peaks towering above icy blue fjords, and landscapes formed by violent and powerful volcanic activity. Welcome to the north of Iceland.

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6 of Iceland’s Strangest Museums

6 of Iceland’s Strangest Museums

Travelling across Iceland, you’ll find that in almost every town there will be a museum, detailing everything from its Viking history and settlement to the immense power of the glaciers and active volcanoes.

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The Campers’ Travel Guide to Iceland’s East Fjords

The Campers’ Travel Guide to Iceland’s East Fjords

Untouched and wild, it’s all about slow travel and good weather in Iceland’s most underrated region: The East Fjords. Most travelers will pass this by on their ring road camper trips. If you’re looking to leave the crowds behind and discover your own adventures, the East is the place to do it.

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The Go Campers Guide to the Westfjords

The Go Campers Guide to the Westfjords

The Westfjords of Iceland is where the extremes of the country all collide. Soaring table-topped mountains emerge from silent fjords, where only a handful of towns cling to the coast line and a traditional way of life.

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