6 Places To Visit If You Love The Show Vikings (Or Vikings In General)

Any Vikings fans here? I'm a big fan of the show and have loved finding Viking related experiences in places as I travel. So braid your hair and get your shield, because today I'm sharing 6 places to visit if you love the show Vikings. These should give you some ideas of where to go to light up the Viking nerd in you!

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Iceland plane wreck hike

The No Drama & No BS Guide To The Iceland Plane Wreck Hike

If you follow any travel pages, you've probably heard about or seen the insta-famous plane wreck in Iceland. There has been so much written about it that before I went to see it, I assumed I wouldn't be writing a blog about it. I figured that I wouldn't have much more to offer the conversation. Then I did the hike. Almost straight away I knew I was able to provide a different perspective. I knew I'd be able to offer some real talk as always, as well as some reassurance to encourage others to go see it. Here's my no drama, no BS guide for the Iceland plane wreck hike.

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How To Pack For The Ring Road In Iceland With Carry On Luggage Only

This one is for the over packers. I'm a former over packer so I feel your hesitation, but I'm here to tell you that it is possible to travel to Iceland and drive the ring road with just carry on luggage. My husband and I went in May with just 7 kg's each (in my previous life as an over packer I never would've thought this was possible!) Here's my guide on how to pack for the ring road using carry on only based on what I took.

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Blue Lagoon Alternative - Mývatn Nature Baths And Other Hot Springs


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Tips For Driving The Ring Road In Iceland And How To Prepare For It

Driving the ring road in Iceland is one of the most epic road trips you can take. It's a trip that allows you to stand beside the roar of huge waterfalls, soak in warm outdoor pools, walk the rim of volcanic craters, and be mesmerized by landscapes that look like another planet. Here's my collection of useful tips for driving the ring road in Iceland. I hope that these, combined with my other guides can help you and take the stress out of planning your road trip but if you have any questions, just let me know.

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Iceland Ring Road In 7 Days - Here's Your Step By Step Itinerary

This is a long post, so I'll keep the introduction short. Here is my complete guide on driving the Iceland ring road in 7 days. I've written it so you can load it when you start your trip, then follow along step-by-step as you drive the ring road (Route 1). I hope it can take the stress out of planning for you and help you to plan your own road trip.

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Everything You Need To Know About Renting A Campervan In Iceland

If you have wanted to drive the ring road in Iceland, you're in the right place because I have a lot of information and lessons from the road to share with you. Today's post is my guide on everything you need to know about renting a campervan in Iceland. It's full of practical advice that I hope will be able to help you prepare for your campervan road trip.

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The rugged beauty of Iceland

15 Photos To Showcase The Rugged Beauty of Iceland

UPDATED FEB 2020. When you pair the unmatched natural beauty with the endless opportunity for adventure, it's no surprise that Iceland is one of the world's most popular travel destinations. I traveled there on a solo trip in April and was very quick to fall in love. It felt like I had fallen into a National Geographic magazine or something! Here are some of my favorite photos to showcase the rugged beauty of Iceland, but it all looks much better in person so be sure to add it to your bucket list! If you are interested in visiting, I've linked a couple of my posts with more information at the bottom of this.

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Free things to do in Reykjavik

A Detailed Guide On Cheap And Free Things To Do In Reykjavik

UPDATED FEB 2020. There are a lot of words you could use to describe Iceland but "cheap" certainly isn't one of them. That's not to say that you shouldn't visit though, because it's an awesome country. During my recent visit, I invested in a couple of tours and wanted to keep to a budget for the other days I had to explore the city. Here's my guide on cheap and free things to do in Reykjavik to help you plan your own budget-friendly visit.

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Geothermal pools in Iceland

Everything You Need To Know About Geothermal Pools in Iceland

UPDATED FEB 2020. The Blue Lagoon and Secret Lagoon get all the attention but there are local geothermal pools in Iceland all around the country. Whether you are interested in doing laps for exercise or soaking in hot tubs, there's something for everyone. The catch - there is a strict process around getting ready for the swim including mandatory naked group showers. During my first trip to one of the pools, I was overwhelmed with all the rules. I was literally walking around completely naked and stopping by every sign to read them because I didn't want to accidentally miss any of the rules. Here's a guide to prepare you for your visit.

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Solo female travel in Iceland

Solo Female Travel In Iceland Without A Car - How To Make The Most Of It

UPDATED FEB 2020. When I visited Iceland, I wanted to see as much of the beautiful nature as possible, but there was a catch. I didn't want to do all the driving. When I'm traveling solo I just can't drive around all day. I don't know about you but there's something about driving that makes me so tired. If I don't have someone to talk to or play car Karaoke with (for the record, I do a pretty great Beyonce performance) then I get tired really fast. When I was planning my trip, I had to figure out how to see it all without having to drive all day and I'm happy to say that I found a way. Here's a guide for solo female travel in Iceland and how to make the most of your trip even if you won't have a rental car.

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