Checkout Jo’s tips on hotels and where to eat and drink in Reykjavik and the South Coast of Iceland. She and her husband are from New York City and wanted to be active, eat good food, see as much as possible.
These are Carolina’s tips for a 3-day visit to Reykjavik and the Golden Circle in February. They ate, slept and toured well (think helicopter champagne tour!).
These are SJ’s tips from her trip to Iceland. SJ traveled all over Iceland. Her stops included Reykjavik for 1 day, Borgarnes for a half day, Sauðárkrókur for 1 day, Snaefellsjokull National Park for 1.5 days, Hellissandur for 1 night, Blonduos for 1 night, the Ring Road for 1 day, Landmannalaugar for 1 day and Vik for 1
These are Lindsay’s tips for her 4 day trip to Iceland in April. She’s in the food industry, so food was very important as well as taking advantage of Iceland’s outdoor activities. The restaurant price point was high and the lodging price point was mid to upper.
Alex’s tips for her trip to Iceland with two friends in October to Skaftafell, Lake Myvatn, Egilsstaðir and Seydisfjordur on the Ring Road in 6 days.
Jackie’s tips for her 4-day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland in the autumn. She loves music and outdoor activities.
Maura’s tips for her 5 day trip to Iceland in the summer with a friend. Their goal was to be active and experience the beauty of the country.
Colleen’s tips from her 4 day trip to Iceland in October with her brother and friend. They thought Iceland rocks and did as many activities as possible during their visit.
Betsy’s tips for her 11 day trip to Iceland in the summer with 3 other active adults. She visited Iceland to relax, see nature, hike a bit and relax.
Amy’s tips for a 4 day trip to Iceland. Her goals were to be active, see beautiful scenery, be adventurous, then take a shower and have a nice meal after.