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We want you experience the best of Iceland and go places that will take your breath away, entertain you or down right fill you with curiosity. We aim to provide you with good quality tips on what to do in Iceland so sit down, relax and browse the peculiar, fun, amazing and exciting things that await you in Iceland.

Must do tours in Iceland

We have handpicked the best tours in Iceland so you don't have to.


15.900 ISK PER PERSON.
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$151   €128   £114
5 hours
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9.990 ISK PER PERSON.
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$95   €81   £72
4 hours
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34.900 ISK PER PERSON.
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$331   €281   £251
8-10 hours
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32.900 ISK PER PERSON.
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$312   €265   £236
7-8 hours
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17.800 ISK PER PERSON.
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$169   €143   £128
12 hours
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159.800 ISK PER PERSON.
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$1514   €1288   £1147
3,5-6 hours
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11.900 ISK PER PERSON.
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$113   €96   £85
1,5–2 hours
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188.900 ISK PER PERSON.
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$1790   €1523   £1356
7 days
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Sea Angling in Reykjavík – a day I’ll never forget

Sail away from all your worries.

The coolest gym in Iceland

Train with the stars in a safe environment.

What the heck is going on in down town Reykjavík?

Meet the locals over some football and fast food.

Must See’s packed Reykjavík Culture Night schedule

Have fun exploring Reykjavík!

You should definitely chase this waterfall in Iceland

Have you heard about Kvernufoss?

Iceland in May – everything you need to know

Concerts, races and stand-up: May is packed with fun!

You have to tick Reykjanes Peninsula off your bucket list – it’s that amazing

Sometimes you honestly feel like you’ve landed on the moon.

Bathe in Icelandic Beer at the Beer Spa

The Beer Spa opens in June of this year and will be the first of its kind in Iceland.

Cabaret is for everyone – except the boring ones

You don’t have to speak Icelandic to enjoy a cabaret show in Reykjavík.

One of the most beautiful waterfalls along the South Coast of Iceland

I hope you will make this easy turn off the ring road if you’re driving the South Coast.

The most dangerous place in Iceland?

The waves at Reynisfjara black beach are especially strong and extremely unpredictable.

Perhaps the most beautiful video of Iceland we’ve seen

I promise you that you will day dream about going to Iceland after watching it.

Amazing timelapse-video of the northern lights

I could watch this for hours!

Stuck in Iceland during the worst storm in 25 years

A film about surfing in Iceland is in the making.

A journey through the wonderful world of chocolate

I have a confession to make: I love chocolate!

How to get to the world famous plane wreck

Justin Bieber skateboarded on top of it!

Things to do in Reykjavík on a snow day

Don’t worry – there are plenty of things you can do!

Spectacular red sandy beach

If you visit this majestic place it will be forever engraved in your memory.

Amazing drone footage of Iceland

We recommend you all take two minutes out of your day to watch this beautiful video.

Must See for Game of Thrones fans

Even though you’re not a fan of the show, all these places are quite spectacular.

Incredible 6 day ring road trip

Friends Dan and Corey had a trip in Iceland they will never forget.

A cave like no other

Inside are the most magnificent ice sculptures known in Iceland.

Snorkeling in Silfra was a surreal experience

See the amazing video.

Mesmerizing video diary from Iceland

A beautiful vlog about a road trip, featuring waterfalls and hot springs.

Flock to Iceland for wedding shoots

Icelandic photographer specializes in photographing foreign brides and grooms.

The Heart of Breiðholt

Just be sure to take your time at Mjóddin because you never know what will happen next.

So beautiful it hurts

You can walk behind Seljalandsfoss and just let yourself be amazed.

Visit the set of Fortitude

Fans of the TV show can visit Reyðarfjörður where the show was shot.

Walk in the footsteps of Walter Mitty

If you want to see all the sights it’s best for you to drive around Iceland, starting in the west.

A party you won’t forget

Foo Fighters, The Prodigy and Richard Ashcroft headline Secret Solstice Festival.

The most beautiful place on earth

Must See urges you to visit the lagoon because it is totally unique. You won’t be sorry.

The most peculiar museum

You can get lost in the naive art in Selárdalur and this truly is a place like no other.

Let the geothermal pools heal you

These pools are nothing short of majestic and are said to have healing powers.

One of Iceland’s oldest geothermal pools

An added bonus is that it’s not far from legendary volcano Eyjafjallajökull.

Westfjord’s most awe-inspiring spot

Pack a lunch and just forget about everything. Be one with the waterfalls.

Majestic cliffs and friendly birds

If you’re afraid of heights I wouldn’t recommend looking down much.

Enjoy a day at a sandy beach

Admire this beautiful place with a rich, and at times, tragic story.

Swim away your worries

You might even make friends in the hot tub where the problems of the world are solved.

A pond away from town

Surrounding the pond are beautiful walking paths.

Swimming in the ghetto

It may not be the fanciest swimming pool in Reykjavík but the hot tubs there are to die for.

Iceland’s biggest art museum

I strongly recommend you stroll through Breiðholt and give your eyes an artistic feast.

The kids will love this one

I’m telling you, you can get lost in this pool for hours on end.

Visit a Nobel Prize winner

Home and workplace of Iceland’s most famous author: Halldór Laxness.

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