Best Time to Visit Iceland: Your Ultimate Guide

Planning a trip to Iceland?

You’re in for an amazing time. Iceland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and its landscapes will take your breath away. From glaciers to waterfalls and beautiful hikes, there’s something for everyone in Iceland!

But when is the best time to visit? That all depends on what kind of vacation you have in mind.

This guide will help you plan your perfect trip to Iceland, based on the season. We’ll tell you about the best places to visit, what activities are available, and what kind of weather you can expect.

Whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland or a summer getaway, we’ve got you covered.

Let’s jump in!

What Is the Best Time to Visit Iceland?

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If you’re hoping to enjoy mild weather and long days during your trip to Iceland, summer is undoubtedly the best time to visit.


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Ways In Which Mobile Apps Have Revolutionized Travel (2)

Travel PlanNEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – After a number of years of staying near home, Americans are prepared to start touring again and might be spending extra and staying away longer.

Adventure travel is among the quickest growing segments of the travel business, but it’s typically difficult to search out good bargains when reserving adventure journey. With so many people itching to go on the journey of a lifetime, the costs in those journey brochures can lead you to believe that adventure journey is past your means.

One of the first considerations of having fun with Europe on a budget is tips on how to get round. When it comes to getting round, there are principally three decisions – the bus, the train and air travel. Renting a automobile is commonly impractical in Europe, with the different types of roads, completely different laws and street signs in a myriad of unfamiliar … Read more

Beginner Guide to Hunting in Winter

In the fall, hunters often comb the woods hunting for deer, ducks, and geese, among many other game which are roaming the grounds in search for food. In the winter, it’s pretty much a different story. Colder temperatures and snowfall make the environment much less hospitable for most animals. Deer, especially, migrate to areas with less snow. So you won’t find as many of them on your preferred hunting grounds. In this article, I will explore a few tips on how to make the best of hunting during the winter. 

Prepare Your Gear In Advance

Winter hunting requires a lot more preparation than fall hunting. Colder temperatures can impact your gear. If you’re not ready, you can ruin your gear or injure yourself. 

Temperature Ratings

First, you’ll want your gear to be rated for the temperatures you’ll be hunting in. It is necessary for your rifle and any scopes you

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Things to Do in Rossland, BC in 3 Days

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Rossland, British Columbia is a fantastic mountain town located in the south-central part of the province. It’s a year-round outdoor lover’s paradise. In winter, Rossland is well known for world-class skiing and snowboarding at RED Mountain Resort. Come summer and fall, it shines with the hiking and mountain biking crowd. 

The former gold-mining town is growing in the wake of COVID, with people moving here to enjoy easy access to nature, a laidback lifestyle in a spectacular setting, along with many of the amenities they find in a city including locally owned coffee shops, restaurants, a microbrewery, and a phenomenal grocery store – all without the crowds. Visitors love it for the same reasons.

In just three days in summer or fall – sometimes even in spring, you can do everything I’m suggesting below. If you have more time, add another hike or bike

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Top 150 Unusual Things to See in Alberta

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Debbie Olsen, my friend and fellow co-author of 200 Nature Hots Spots in Alberta, is the author of another book, Top 150 Unusual Things to See in Alberta, published in summer 2022 by Firefly Books. If you thought you knew the province – and I certainly did, then I think you would be shocked at what she has uncovered.

In the 272-page book, Debbie will take you across Alberta and show you loads of unusual things including unusual foods invented in Alberta, unusual festivals and events in Alberta, unusual bathrooms for regular people, and unusual sites around the province. What I also appreciated was her “Did you know” additions to many of the write-ups.

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