Best 5 Iceland Mountains you shouldn’t miss!

May 24, 2024 Places To Go

Iceland’s mountains are plentiful and stunning, viewed from almost everywhere in the country, whether you’re in the capital or driving the famous Ring Road. Here’s everything you need to know about Iceland’s most popular mountain peaks! Does Iceland have mountains? Yes! Iceland has thousands of mountains, most of which have given names. Iceland rests perfectly […]

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Where can you see basalt columns in Iceland?

May 17, 2024 Places To Go

Maybe you’ve seen Iceland’s most famous basalt columns at Reynisfjara Beach, rising up out of the ocean. Or maybe you’ve never heard of these fascinating rock formations. Found across the country, they make for a beautiful addition to any trip to Iceland! Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Iceland’s basalt columns. How are […]

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Guide to Hvitserkur: The ‘Troll’ in North Iceland

April 5, 2024 Places To Go

Hvitserkur is one of Iceland’s most beautiful sea stacks tourist attraction located in North Iceland and well worth a trip to see. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting this frozen troll of northwest Iceland! What’s special about Hvitserkur? A brief background of this rock As with many places in Iceland, Hvitserkur is steeped […]

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Guide to Kvernufoss: A Waterfall in South Iceland

March 28, 2024 Places To Go

Kvernufoss is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland – and often overlooked. If you’re planning to visit this often overlooked cascade, read on for everything you need to know! What’s special about the Kvernufoss waterfall? You may have seen incredible pictures of a waterfall in Iceland that you can hike behind. There’s a […]

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Discover Borgarfjörður: A Hidden Gem in Iceland

March 21, 2024 Places To Go

Known for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and an array of activities, Borgarfjörður is a must-visit for anyone looking to explore the road less travelled in West Iceland. And what better way to discover this hidden gem than with a trusty, affordable ride from Firefly Iceland Car Rental? Let’s dive in! What to Do in […]

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2024 Guide to Asbyrgi Canyon: Noth Iceland’s Gem

March 12, 2024 Places To Go

Are you ready to discover a wonder that feels like it’s been plucked straight from a fairytale? Nestled in the north part of Iceland, Ásbyrgi Canyon awaits with its breathtaking vistas, captivating history, and trails that beckon the adventurous soul. So, buckle up in your Firefly rental, and let’s journey together to this enchanting slice […]

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Litli Hrútur Mountain Guide: Iceland 2023 Eruption Site

March 11, 2024 Places To Go

You might be familiar with Iceland’s famous 2023 volcanic eruption in Iceland. Often shooting lava hundreds of feet into the sky, the eruption of Litli-Hrútur Mountain captivated the world, especially visitors to Iceland who were looking to see volcanic activity. The good news? You can still visit the almost lunar landscape that was created from […]

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Visiting Reynisfjara, Iceland’s Most Famous Black Sand Beach

February 15, 2024 Places To Go

Black sand beaches are a striking sight to behold. Juxtaposed against blue sky and ocean, the landscape here is something out of a storybook. There’s no black sand beach more famous in Iceland than the illustrious Reynifjara. Known for both its beauty and penchant for being hazardous, Reynisfjara is a must on any Iceland itinerary. […]

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Landmannalaugar Iceland: Where is it? How to get there?

February 1, 2024 Places To Go

No destination in Iceland is more mystical than its forbidden-feeling interior. But the top destination in the interior itself? Landmannalauger.

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Diamond Beach Iceland: Where is it? How to get there?

January 26, 2024 Places To Go

Imagine a beach, black as midnight and littered with dozens of glittering diamonds. Now imagine it surrounded by a turquoise lagoon and mammoth, floating chunks of ice on one side and the open ocean on the other. Sounds like something out of a fairytale, right?

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