I’ve been lucky enough to visit Iceland many times and each trip always brings new, amazing experiences as well as a familiarity that reminds me why I fell in love with Iceland in the first place. When I get back home it isn’t long before I start getting itchy feet and the planning for a another visit starts once again. I think it’s fair to say that I don’t exactly keep my love of Iceland to myself. As well as it inspiring a lot of the music I make and the photographs I take, I must mention Iceland to almost every person I speak to, hopefully not boring them too much!
Needless to say all this Iceland ‘visibility’ leads to lots of people asking me for advice and tips on what to see, where to eat and sleep, what time of year to go and so on when they are thinking of visiting Iceland themselves. I find it a real pleasure to do this for people and I really love it when people tell me afterwards if they had a good visit.
For the past couple of years I have compiled a big template of all of these tips and tricks and I thought that it was time I put this up online so that hopefully other people might find it useful too. I’ve created specific sections for each area and trips that can be taken. At the moment they are mainly based around the South West and South areas of Iceland. Since I wrote these I have seen at lot more of Iceland including driving all around the ring road, the WestFjords and the Snæfellsnes peninsula. I will write up tips for these areas too when I get the opportunity.
Here are the tips and tricks pages:
Things To Do In Reykjavik
The Blue Lagoon
Things To Do In The Reykjanes Peninsular (other than the Blue Lagoon and Reykjavik)
The Golden Circle
The South Coast (Waterfalls, Waterfalls and Amazing Scenery)
Please feel free to contact me if you would like some tips or suggestions, Twitter and Instagram and probably your best bet.