“Travelling – it leaves you speechless
… then turns you into a storyteller” – Ibn Battuta
Summer festivals at cruise ports in Iceland
Icelanders love nothing more than making the most of the bright summer days at outdoor festivals. Nearly every town and village has a festival of some sort.
Getting to know Iceland’s glaciers
Over ten percent of Iceland is covered in ice in the form of glaciers. While numerous, the country’s glaciers can be mysterious and moody. Never venture onto one without an experienced guide!
Hiking Iceland on a cruise
Iceland is a hiker’s paradise. Its spectacular landscape offers you a huge range of options, from the easy coastal walk to the truly challenging—with views of deep fjords, islands, towering
Whale watching in Iceland
The converging currents of the cold Arctic and the warm Atlantic make the Icelandic waters a fantastic breeding ground for krill and fish, attracting over 20 different species of whales.
Turf houses on your Iceland cruise
Turf houses are an important part of Iceland’s history and tell stories of the country’s past – stories of survival and ingenuity, of man’s eternal quest to make himself a little more comfortable…
Icelandic Animals & Wildlife
Iceland is a great place for observing animals and wildlife in their natural environment – the elusive arctic fox, curious seals, free roaming sheep, the sturdy Icelandic horse and an incredible variety of marine life and birds.
The best geothermal experiences on your Iceland cruise
Nothing gets better than relaxing in a hot spring in the midst of pristine nature. And there is no other place better than Iceland to do just that! Here are handpicked geothermal experiences for your cruise stops around Iceland.
Chasing waterfalls on your Iceland cruise
If you’re a waterfall lover, Iceland is the perfect destination for you. With a waterfall at every turn, you will be spoilt for choice and here we have for you some of the best waterfalls you can visit on your Iceland cruise.
Birdlife in Iceland
Iceland is a paradise for bird lovers with abundant populations in sea cliffs, on islands and nearby lakes. Here are some of the species that are important historically, culturally and in folklore.