For many people, summer is the most convenient time to travel, but this means that vacation destinations see inflated crowds during the season. How do you avoid hoards of tourists during a summer holiday? Look no further than these quiet summer destinations recommended by travel bloggers around the world.
If you want to escape the heavy tourist spots in Iceland, look no further than this scenic inland day trip to the Thjorsardalur Valley, where just a few miles from the popular Golden Circle you’ll find an untouched landscape of waterfalls, rivers and plains
Planning a road trip in Iceland and wondering where you should stay along the way? Once you leave Reykjavik, you won’t run into familiar chains or big cities full of accommodations. Instead, you’ll find scattered cabins, guesthouses, hostels, small hotels and a few Icelandic chains
“Iceberg ahead!” I might have said this one too many times as we zipped around the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon on a Saturday morning in early October, but something about the cold air striking against my face
I could easily share 100 dreamy waterfalls, maybe 1,000. It’s true, Iceland is a waterfall chaser’s dream. Driving the Ring Road (that’s the main highway that loops the island), you just have to glance inland every few seconds