Hey! Very short notice but I'm going to be landing in Reykjavik around 0600 on Sunday (July 31st ) and I packed my spare camera batteries in my checked baggage which it turns out will be going directly to my final destination. I'm only going to be in the city for like twelve hours but I'm trying to get another battery if I can. I need an LP-E8 for my canon and I was wondering if anyone knows of any camera or electronic shops open on Sunday that might carry them, hopefully in an easily accessible…
We are going to Iceland for six days in September and are looking for any information that we can get regarding places to see, sleep, eat etc.
Day 1 arrive in Reykjavik, Day 2 head towards Vik, Day 3 head towards Hoefn, Day 4 head toweards Skogar, Day 5 head towards Stykkisholmur area and Day 6 back to Reykjavik.
We are renting a car so any hints would be appreciated.
I'm wondering how are the road conditions (F905 and F88) to access Askja site in August: to Dreki hut first and then all the way to the car park to Viti pools ?
Is an average 4WD like a Suzuki Vitara enough or not recommended? If not what could be our options ?
I'm taking my cousin to Iceland on a photography trip, and the only available time for him is December. I went in April a while back and drove through lots of snowstorms, so I'm expecting quite a bit of that and VERY short days, but what else should we prepare for?
Since I went in April, I could still do some of the mid-season things. I drove the full ring road and camped along the way, did some dogsledding, enjoyed the Myvatn nature baths, Jokulsarlon, the major waterfalls…
Hi -- I'm driving 6 days on the Ring Road in late September. I've been out of the US 5 times, and accessing the internet on my phone has always been an issue (even when I've planned ahead with my cell service). Consequently, I'm planning the for the worst.
Are there places where the public can get on a computer and access the internet (like, for example, a public library in the US)?
I've read that wifi spots are available in towns, but -- again -- I'm recalling countless moments of…
I'm interested to hear some thoughts on the Blue Lagoon. Is it worth the visit? The crowds and the fact that it is man-made kind of turn me off. However, the rest of this country has been face-meltingly beautiful.
Thanks for any feedback!
I have two sons, ages 10 and 6. We have 7 nights in Iceland. 2 nights in Reykjavik and 5 nights in Selfoss. Any suggestions on what we should do while we are there? My boys love swimming, hiking and tennis. They aren't good at long car rides.