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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

Due to the current worldwide situation of the famous coronavirus (COVID-19), many travellers are asking us how the current situation is in Iceland. In this article we reveal how the Nordic country is living the coronavirus situation. At the end of the article you can see the updated data every day at 1:00 p.m. AMAROK ADVENTURES has recently joined the Clean&Safe project from the Icelandic Tourist Board with which we intend to guarantee the safety of our travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic

One more year, summer is approaching, and with it, the hiking trails throughout Iceland are reopening little by little. However, many people think that we can only trek and trek in Iceland during the months of June, July and August. In this post, we destroy the myth :) Hiking in Iceland during the winter Skaftafell: The Vatnajökull National Park has an area of 12,000 km2, of which 8,100km2 belong to the Vatnajökull glacier, the largest in Iceland. During the summer, the most famous

Tired of traditional tourist routes? Would you like to find an adventure trip in Iceland that changes your life and that is an authentic experience? Discover the best adventure trip in Iceland 1. Go beyond the Laugavegur trek The Laugavegur Trek (or Laugavegurinn) has been conceived by National Geographic as one of the best treks in the world, however the number of tourists who visit these dream landscapes each year has been increasing. Although it may not seem like it, the Highlands of

What to see in Iceland in winter months Iceland is one of the most spectacular Nordic countries to visit during winter, that without a doubt. However, travelers always have the same doubt before reaching the island of ice and fire. What should I see in Iceland during winter time? It is true that during winter the hours of daylight and weather conditions can slow down our desire to visit the different places marked on the map, but that does not mean that

Have you always looked for the most magical places in Iceland? The least touristy and most authentic? Then you definitely can't miss Langisjór Lake and Mount Sveinstindur! The Langisjór lake Lake Langisjór is approximately 20 km long and up to 2 km wide and extends almost to the southwestern edge of Europe's largest glacier, the Vatnajökull. Its greatest depth is 75m, its area is 27 km² and it is located 670 m above sea level. Almost all its surroundings are arid mountain deserts