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Published : Aug, 2023

When To VisitSites & AttractionsHealth & SafetyAccom (any price)Blue LagoonGame of Thrones TourThingvellir National ParkWaterfallsMaelifell VolcanoMývatn Nature BathsNorthern LightsReykjavikJökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
Iceland is a magical place. It’s the land of sheep, northern lights, volcanoes with unpronounceable names (try saying “Eyjafjallajökull”), rugged landscapes, waterfalls, mountains, and natural hot springs. Its stunning, scenic landscape feels out of this world.

Iceland quickly became one of my favorite countries after my first visit. It’s such a beautiful island filled with warm, welcoming people and sweeping vistas you won’t find anywhere else in the world. I have relished every subsequent visit to the country.

However, Iceland is expensive.

Traveling here on a budget is difficult as Iceland is definitely not a cheap country (and the growing influx of tourists is only increasing prices further).

Fortunately, it is possible to see a lot without going broke if you plan ahead. You won’t be living large if you’re here to backpack, but Iceland is worth the expense.

This travel guide to Iceland can help you plan your trip and see the sights without breaking the bank!

Published : Feb, 2023

Sites & AttractionsSightseeingActive PursuitsNature & WildlifeTours & PassesBook ahead at organized hot springsBring your own towelEnjoy the swim-up bars in moderationfire from 130 volcanoesForest Lagoonice from glaciersLand of Fire & Icelocker room etiquetteMývatn Nature BathsNatural Hot SpringsPack more than 1 swimsuitshower – naked .
Iceland is know as the Land of Fire and Ice – the ice coming from glaciers, and the fire from the 130+ volcanoes (some of them still active!) all around the small country.

These volcanoes and glaciers have shaped Iceland over the millennia into the otherworldly landscapes it's known for today. From spiky lava fields to black beaches to waterfalls that trickle down from glaciers to tumble over cliffs, fire and ice have left their marks on Iceland...