So you’re planning a trip to Iceland during the winter months and you’re wondering what activities will be available. This blog post will provide you with 10 of the the most popular options.
Before we dig in, here are a few things that you should know about Iceland:
It is located just below the Arctic Circle, which lies at and above 66.5 degrees north. This means that the winter is rather long and daylight will be limited.
Iceland’s weather is capricious i.e., it changes often. Just because its “winter” doesn’t mean that there will be snow on the ground.
Bring lots of layers. This will give you the most number of options to enjoy the outdoors - whatever the weather throws at you. Try and make one of them waterproof.
Be Safe! Know your limits and know who to call if you get in trouble. The national emergency number is 112.