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Northeast Iceland

Acco Accommodation

Acco Accommodation In the Heart of Akureyri Helga Björk Eiríksdóttir Akureyri, known as the capital of the North, is a charming and tightly knit communi...

Explore the North

Explore the North Star Travel operates tours in the north of Iceland. North Iceland is full of natural pearls and hidden gems and is a treat to all those th...

Whale Watching Hauganes

Whale Watching Hauganes is the oldest whale watching tour operator in Iceland. Founded in 1993, we specialise in whale watching and sea angling. Our compa...

Þistilfjörður

Þistilfjörður (sometime anglicised as Thistilfjördur) is a bay in northeast Iceland, between the Rifstangi and Langanes peninsulas, near the town of Þórshöfn (T...

Stunning Þórshöfn

Stunning Þórshöfn Visit this northern village for outdoor activities and a terrific meal at Báran Restaurant Þórshöfn is a charming fishing village on the...

The Ultimate Maritime Experience

The Ultimate Maritime Experience Níels Whale Watching combines Whale Watching and Sea Angling When looking for an authentic Icelandic maritime experience yo...

Call of the Whale

Ambassador provides Whale Watching in Reykjavík and Akureyri Whale watching is very popular amongst tourists who visit Iceland, and whales can be seen all ar...

Mývatn Tours Reveals Askja

Mývatn Tours Reveals  Askja Swim in Hell’s Crater and Take a Trip to a Lunar Landscape One of the most popular places to visit in North Iceland is Lake Mýva...

Grímsey Island

Grímsey Island Grímsey is a green, grassy and particularly agreeable island, probably best known for its proximity to the Arctic Circle, which cu...

Mývatn Tours Reveals Askja

Mývatn Tours Reveals Askja Swim in Hell’s Crater and Take a Trip to a Lunar Landscape One of the most popular places to visit in North Iceland is Lake Mývat...

Grímsey – The unique Arctic island

Grímsey – The unique Arctic island Grímsey is situated on the Arctic Circle 41 kilometres off the North  coast of Iceland. It is 5.3 square kilometers an...

Krafla

Krafla is a caldera of about 10 km in diameter with a 90 km long fissure zone, in the north of Iceland in the Mývatn region. Its highest peak reaches up to 818 ...

The Islander and the Bear

The Islander and the Bear On the island of Grimsey it happened one winter that the fire died, so that none could be lit in any farmhouse there. The weather was...

Local history and museums

Local history and museums A rich heritage is found in Húsavík in North Iceland Settlement and adoption of Christianity The Swedish explorer Garðar Svav...

The Hidden Valley

  The Hidden Valley   All is not always what it seems in Iceland. A town is not merely a town and the countryside is not either wilderness or farml...