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If there is a place that amazes us in Iceland, without a doubt it is Landmannalaugar, the valley of the colorful mountains and one of the entries to the Icelandic Highlands. Access is relatively easy during the summer months, but can you visit Landmannalaugar in autumn? We had always heard that during the non-summer seasons, the road was totally inaccessible and it was impossible to get to the hut from where the trails start. Landmannalaugar during autumn. Is it possible to

Let's talk about Thórsmörk, located in the south of the Icelandic Highlands. The valley of the glaciers, of the wild, the place where our heartbeats can be heard in the silence of the ice in the wintertime, a unique landscape, the valley of Thor, the god of Thunder. A very special place for hiking in any season. Thórsmörk, an oasis in the Icelandic Highlands Hiking Trails in Thórsmörk Thórsmörk is an oasis between the black deserts of the Highlands and the surrounding glaciers. Located between

Unlike other hiking routes in Iceland, the Strútsstígur trail is one of the wildest and least traveled hikes of Iceland. Note: The Strútsstígur hike is an unmarked trail and it is very difficult to find indications or tracks that connect the mountain huts on the way. Many of the huts are difficult to access and are frequented by Icelandic hikers, so a prior reservation is essential. We will hardly find hikers on the Strútsstígur route, but it is important to notify

Quite often when we plan our trip to Iceland, we tend to forget about the Highlands, but if there is one place that is really worth discovering during our trip, it is without a doubt the region of the Southern, Center & Northern Highlands. In the heart of this area, next to the Hofsjökull and Langjökull glaciers we can found Kerlingarfjöll, the mountain of the Old Troll Woman or the mountain of the Old Witch. A place of immense geothermal

After the lockdown in different countries, many travelers have asked us which are the best countries to travel to after the coronavirus (COVID-19). Well, based on our experience as guides and after having contrasted the data from each country regarding the evolution of the virus, these have been chosen. [TOP 5 PLACES] Travel after the Coronavirus. Find below the best destinations to travel to after confinement, phases and when the urge to travel has returned! #1 Iceland. The island of ice & fire Iceland

I'm going on a trip to Iceland! But what should I visit? Do I always stay to sleep in Reykjavík? Is it better to start in the South or better to go North? Is the Blue Lagoon worth it? Get ready, in this post we tell you the secrets of a local guide in Iceland and all our tips as locals so that you have a trip of 10. Local guide for Iceland 1. Don't just stay in Reykjavík. The entire Iceland

Planning your trip to Iceland for next summer? Looking for what you can't miss on a trip to the island of ice and fire? In this post we reveal the keys to you! Summer in Iceland. Must-seen places you should visit. The first of all is to decide in which month you are going to travel to Iceland, depending on this you will have a different time and more or less hours of light, as well as there will be open roads

Are you a hiking lover? Then without a doubt this post is for you. If you have always wanted to travel to Iceland, the island of ice and fire, but have never known where you should go to see the most amazing landscapes? In this article we will discover which is the best trekking in Iceland and all the keys to do it. Best hiking trail in Iceland Note: this post has not been written from an office. But thanks to the

Our post today is aimed at solving one of the biggest doubts that we usually answer, is there free camping in Iceland? Can I camp where I want? While in most Nordic countries there is a law (Allemannsretten in Norway, for example) that allows traversing and camping on uncultivated / private land, in Iceland this is somewhat different. Wild camping in Iceland? Is it possible? Most of the travelers who arrive in Iceland come to discover this pure and wild place, but

According to National Geographic, the Laugavegur Trail is one of the most spectacular hikes in the world. At 55km long, from Landmannalaugar to Thórsmörk, this hiking trail is one of the most spectacular and traveled by hundreds of mountain lovers every summer. In this post we will talk about this trekking and its peculiarities to help trekking lovers as much as possible who are looking for information about it. Laugavegur Trail Original trail: from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk This route of approximately 55km connects

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