We get lots of great questions from our clients and visitors to our site. Here are some of the most asked questions for your convenience. 

  1. How is the weather in Iceland?
  2. What is the best time of year to visit Iceland? 
  3. What are the best day trips from Reykjavik?
  4. How much time is good to see Iceland?
  5. Is it best to travel alone or with friends to Iceland?
  6. How is the weather in Iceland?
  7. What is the best time of year to visit Iceland?
  8. What are the best 2 or 3 day trips in Iceland?
  9. What's it like driving in Iceland?
  10. Can you drink the water in Iceland?

    Despite its name, Iceland is not a land of pure ice and snow. It has earned the nickname, ‘land of ice and fire’ due to the fact that it is a geographical region which hosts both volcanoes and glaciers, giving rise to hot springs, basalt columns, lava fields, glacier lagoons and fjords.
    So unlike what most people think, Iceland is not in fact a winter wonderland 365 days a year. There are many months (mostly April through September) in which the island nation is warm and welcoming and wonderful to spend time outside all day long.
    The rest of the year is quite cold and all visitors should arrive with proper cold weather clothing.
    What is the best time of year to visit Iceland?
    Depending on your reason for visiting Iceland will dictate when is the best time of year to visit. If you want to spend most of your time outside, seeing the waterfalls, craters and fishing villages, then the best time of year to visit is in the summer months, which are mid to late April till September. But if you are looking to experience one of the most magical natural phenomenon in the world, known as the Northern Lights or the Auroras Borealis, then you’ll have to brave a bit of the cold and come visit in the winter months.

    What are the best day trips from Reykjavik?
    There are so many wonderful places that are within a day’s journey of Reykjavik.
    The number one location to see in Iceland and the most visited site in the whole country is the Blue Lagoon. It is a mineral rich, geothermal heated lagoon in which all visitors can spend time relaxing in the warm water with a mud mask and a drink in hand.
    Another one of the most popular daily excursions is to the Golden Circle, which includes history, natural phenomenon and the divergence of the tectonic plates separating the Eurasia and North American continents.
    The other daily excursion which is a must-do in Iceland is the South Coast, where visitors get to enjoy exhilarating waterfalls, basalt columns and black sand beaches, as well as a glacier lagoon and the Diamond Beach.
    There are also numerous whale watching tours from Reykjavik and in the winter months, there are both land and sea tours to see the Northern Lights.
    How much time is good on Iceland?
    In order to plan any trip, it’s best to know how long you need to really get to see all of the best of Iceland.
    We know that not everyone has unlimited time to see any one place, so we can recommend 2 possible time frames.
    The minimum time to spend in Iceland is
    Is it best to travel alone or with friends in Iceland?



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ISLANDICA s.r.o. CEO Zuzana with the Icelandic president Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson and his wife Dorrit Moussaieff, May 2012.

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