Category: Activities

May 4, 2017 Stargazing in Iceland

One of the best parts about coming to Iceland is the crisp and clean air. This not only allows you to breathe a bit easier during your stay, but it makes for stargazing even better than normally good conditions. There’s few memories in my all of my travels that can compare to nights stargazing in […]

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April 14, 2017 Snorkeling in Silfra with Scuba Iceland

If you’re looking for a unique experience to cross off that bucket list of yours- and let’s be honest, to tell all your family and friends about- look no further as I share Happy Campers’ experience snorkeling in Silfra. Last weekend, we were graciously invited by Scuba Iceland to snorkel between the North American and Eurasian […]

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April 9, 2017 What to Do in Reykjavik on a Rainy Day

There are plenty of activities you can participate in on a wet and cloudy day in Reykjavík without sacrificing your adventure in Iceland. It’s easy to want to cuddle in bed with a good book or movie. I get it. Been there, done that. But you’re in Iceland! Don’t let the unpredictable weather stop you […]

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March 2, 2017 How to Make the Best of a Snow Day in Reykjavík

Mother Nature gave the locals- and travelers alike- the gift of a spectacular Winter Wonderland on Sunday morning in Iceland. A total of 51 centimeters of snow was recorded as the largest snowfall in decades! Reykjavík unofficially shut down for a snow day since most residential streets weren’t plowed and cars were literally buried under […]

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February 24, 2015 Best Places to See the Northern Lights in Iceland

As an amateur photographer, there’s nothing more exciting than capturing the northern lights. I suspect that I’m not alone about that, so I decided to write down my top 16 places to either watch or photograph the northern lights and hopefully you’ll find it useful. To see the exact location of each spot, I put […]

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April 3, 2014 What to do in Reykjavik on a Sunday

Reykjavik, like most other cities around the world, is pretty quiet on a regular Sunday. Many visitors are spending the weekend in Reykjavik and we often get asked what they should do to make the most of that day. This is true for Americans especially, who are used to stores being open 24/7 and having […]

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