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Education Travel | Educational Tour to Iceland | A Real-Life Fantasy World: Iceland With Your Grandchild, By Sea and On Foot

Education Travel | Educational Tour to Iceland | A Real-Life Fantasy World: Iceland With Your Grandchild, By Sea and On Foot

Why So Many Icelanders Still Believe in Invisible Elves.  How the country’s history and geography created the perfect setting for magical creatures, whose perceived existence sparks environmental protests to this day.

Why So Many Icelanders Still Believe in Invisible Elves

Elf door in Icelandic countryside. Some Icelanders believe in elf habitations or cursed spots. Iceland's hidden elves delay road projects - World News Photo by Bob Strong/Reuters file

Iceland is an other-worldly natural wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts, with great nightlife to boot.

Fodor’s Go List 2015

Iceland is an other-worldly natural wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts, with great nightlife to boot.

Swimming in the Land of Fire and Ice – Unlocking Kiki

Swimming in the Land of Fire and Ice

The Secret Lagoon Gamla Laugin (geothermal pool, changing rooms, small cafe) - Fludir, Iceland

One of my favorite parts about traveling to a new country is exploring the local cuisine. When I returned from Iceland last March, the first question many people asked was “What kind of food did you eat?” Although Iceland has… Continue Reading →

The Best Places to Eat in Iceland

One of my favorite parts about traveling to a new country is exploring the local cuisine. When I returned from Iceland last March, the first question many people asked was “What kind of food did you eat?” Although Iceland has… Continue Reading →

How I Left Home with $4000 and Traveled for 4 Years - Curiosity Travels

I left home four years ago to see the world. Through different jobs and experiences I figured out how to travel long term and here is how you can too.

I never stop learning about Iceland. There's more surprising thing about this country than the cohabitation of fire and ice. #Iceland #Travel

10 Things you didn't know about Iceland

I never stop learning about Iceland. There's more surprising thing about this country than the cohabitation of fire and ice.

Icelandic Winter Highlights

Northern Comfort in a Holiday Cottage relaxing, self-guided winter package offers four nights in cosy, self-catering accommodation in the scenic countryside of South Iceland.

If you want to really get to the heart of this complex country, you need to get into the wild. Here, we've picked 8 of the best places.

8 spectacular remote places in Scotland

8 spectacular remote places in Scotland - Scotland’s seven cities offer myriad urban charms, but if you want to really get to the heart of a complex country that makes up of the UK coastline and over 800 islands, you need …

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