Trying to find a daytour in Iceland for your self-drive trip across the country? Would you like to add some adventure to your trip? Enjoy with us a one-day adventure in the remote Highlands with our selection of the best remote places to visit with an expert & licensed guide.
Faroe Islands. The 18 forgotten islands. Unknown, unspoiled, uncharted. These are the forgotten Faroe Islands. A mysterious 18 islands group in the middle of the north Atlantic ocean. "Føroyar", translated as the "Sheep Islands" are an autonomous province of Denmark since 1948 and they have a population of 50,000 inhabitants. Its capital, Tórshavn (Thor's Harbor), its around 500km from the Arctic Circle and the 18 islands keep the most beautiful & unbelievable landscapes we can find across the nordic countries. Huge cliffs
Iceland Adventures & Tours. Not everything is ice & fire. I have seen an island that you would not believe. An island touching the Arctic Circle where reality is confused with our imagination. An island that will catch you in such a way that part of yourself stays there, flowing between the pores of the rocks where the thousand-year-old ice crashes, and little by little goes into immense sediment deserts dominated by wild forces of nature, giving us the opportunity to witness
Enjoy the most amazing trekking in Nepal. Nestled between the majestic Himalayas and the warm plains of India, Nepal is a country of snow-capped peaks and sherpas, yaks and yetis, and monasteries and mantras. The Himalayas are the main objective of many mountaineers, given that Nepal offers the most iconic and accessible routes to discover it, with steep trails that lead, among others, to Everest and Annapurna. In addition, the 2015 earthquake only slightly affected most of the trekking areas. Another attraction