Iceland’s Inside the Volcano tour takes you into the depths of the dormant Thrihnukagigur Volcano – located about 20km from the capital Reykjavik. Find out what it's like to go inside a volcano.
If you’re anything like me, then the idea of heading to Iceland in winter might be a bit daunting. How cold will it be? How many layers do I need? Does it snow everyday? What do I wear in the snow? Will a heeled boot be ok? How many pairs of socks will I need? Do I need hand warmers?
For most of my life, I’ve lived in a place where it never, ever snows so I asked myself all these questions and more before I headed to Iceland in January. Iceland in winter just sounds like it would be ridiculously cold.
Trying to decide if you should visit Iceland in winter or summer? Iceland’s south coast is touted by locals as one of the most beautiful parts of Iceland as well as the one of the most accessible - and its unique landscapes are breathtaking under a magical layer of fresh snow.