Our traveling guide for Iceland has been online for almost for 30 years and we are still renewing our information, so you can be informed before you travel to our diverse and beautiful country.On this page we have selected in one place most used links for you, when organizing your journey or to use on your way through Iceland.
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Highland: The uninhabited interior of Iceland is among the very few relatively easily accessible such areas left in the world!!
Hiking: The uninhabited region of Iceland, with amazing landscapes that are hard to find anywhere else.
Remember: Hikers only leave their footprints and only take memories back home!
Camping: When camping in Iceland or when travelling about in the country without previous booking is not recommend!!
Mountain Huts: In the highlands of Iceland, mountain huts and cabins. without previous booking is not recommend!!
Bus Schedule: Book now as there are limited spaces available on each bus!!
Angling: Fishing permits are reasonably priced and you can choose from thousands of trout and char fishing lakes and dozens of salmon rivers.
Golf: The Icelanders have played the game since the thirties. The first golf clubs established here were The Golf Club of Iceland in 1934 and the G.C. of the Westman Islands in 1938.
Swimming: As swimming pools are located in almost every town around Iceland children grow up with swimming as a integral part of daily life.
Car rental Planner: Renting a car in Iceland is nothing different from most other countries, If the highlands are one of your destinations, then you should consider 4×4 WD.
Towns and village in Iceland: Iceland is an island country at the confluence of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans and Arctic line crossing island Grimsey.