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Ice Vikings is a team of professional travelers which main goal is simply to move people, to bring the concept of tourism to a new level. Our guides have a genuine knowledge of Iceland's history, nature and culture. Our tours are aimed at to show you a different culture as it is, real life without embellishment.

We are wondering how many locations on the planet can you crawl into bright blue glacial ice caves, fly over an erupting volcano bubbling with lava, and stay up all night transfixed by magical Northern Lights? Icelandic nature is our way of living so we can show you that places.

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Think you’ve got the Vikings pegged? With all the caricatures and stereotypes out there, there’s probably a lot you’ve never heard about the seafaring Scandinavians who raided and settled coastal sites in the British Isles and beyond between the ninth and 11th centuries. Explore 10 surprising facts about the Vikings below. - Vikings didn’t wear horned helmets. Forget almost every Viking warrior costume you’ve ever seen. Sure, the pugnacious Norsemen probably sported headgear, but that whole

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Iceland is a country of striking and sometimes supernatural beauty - which is matched by its rich and extensive folklore.  Reuters reported 10 percent of Icelanders believe in supernatural beings, while 10 percent do not - the remaining 80 percent either have no strong feelings either way or refuse to deny their existence entirely. On cruise travel to Iceland, you have a unique opportunity to visit the sites of thousands of years of mythology and folklore - and perhaps even to see elves and trol

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There is no denying that Reykjavík has its charm. Over the past years, international media like CNN, travel magazines, and websites like Condé Nast and Lonely Planet have named Reykjavík everything from the best place to visit for Christmas or the best place to spend New Year’s Eve, to simply the most interesting city in the world to visit. It has the aura of a cosmopolitan centre packed into a tiny, sparkling clean town. Here are a few things that make Reykjavík surprisingly awesome and inte

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The Blue Lagoon is a must-see if you’re visiting Iceland; here are 5 things you should know about it before you go: 1. Geothermal Power Iceland is a tiny island nation located in the north Atlantic, parallel to Greenland and between North America and Europe. The island was formed by volcanic forces and there are still active volcanoes today. That means that Iceland has abundant geothermal energy, which the nation uses to power pretty much everything. The Blue Lagoon is actually a result of th

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Icelanders have several unique holidays and celebrate the more common ones in special ways. Many of the festivities are related to ancient Norse traditions, while others tie in to the Christian calendar, even though nowadays most Icelanders celebrate these events in a secular way. In addition to the traditional holidays listed here, numerous festivals take place throughout the year. - Twelfth Night 6 January is celebrated as the last day of Christmas. The occasion is marked by various firewo

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Icelandic cuisine owes much to Scandinavian and European influences. As New Nordic cuisine has risen in prominence in recent years, so too has the profile of Iceland’s food with many experimental chefs cooking up a storm in Reykjavík’s restaurants. Fresh fish can be had all year round - Icelanders eat mostly haddock, cod, plaice, halibut, herring and shrimp, but Icelandic salmon, lobster and Arctic char are also very good. The lamb, which is reared locally, is free range, organic and extremely t

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Considered Iceland’s most popular hiking trail, the Laugavegur Trek (or Laugavegurinn) spans 55km from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk (Thorsmork). It passes through a very colorful, varied landscape: from rainbow-colored hills to black volcanic deserts, neon green valleys to ice caves. This is not a trek for wildlife spotting or tree hugging – nope, just wide open landscapes that seem to have sprung from another world. SEASON There are only 2-3 months out of the year where it’s possible to hik

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What is the Blue Lagoon? It’s basically a large manmade, geo-thermal spa in western Iceland. The water of the Blue Lagoon is a mixture of both underground, geo-thermal water and fresh water and it is full of minerals, algae and silica. The mineral content of the Blue Lagoon water is allegedly very good for the lifting and toning of your skin. Because the water comes from 2000 meters below the earth’s surface, the water temperature can naturally vary between 98 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit. The Bl

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20 facts about Iceland that will amaze you

Hello everyone! Here are 20 strange and awesome facts about Iceland! 1. There is a...penis museum in Reykjavik. It contains a collection of penises from over 200 different mammals, including one from a man. 2. Icelandic babies are left outside to nap in freezing temperatures. It is not uncommon to see a pram outside a coffee shop parents crabbing a cup while the baby sleeps. Or to see one outside of a home as many Icelandic babies nap outside at least once a day, no matter the season. 3. Ic

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20 tips you should know for your first trip to Iceland

Iceland is a captivating destination for any traveler. Whether you come for the eternal sun of summer or in search of winter’s Northern Lights nature is sure to put on a show. Here are a few tips to help you plan your first trip to the land of ice and fire. 1. Get out of Reykjavik and explore the countryside. The Northernmost capital is both forward-thinking and traditional when it comes to design, music and literature making it a worthy contender for your time however what really makes Icela

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The little capital with the big heart

With a population of 120,000, Reykjavík is not a whirlwind metropolis. Few skyscrapers grace the skyline, traffic jams are rare and faces are familiar.  Reykjavík is truly the gateway to Iceland, and many day trips can be taken from the city to the surrounding mountains, glaciers, volcanos and hotsprings. Day-excursions from Reykjavík include horseback riding, glacier climbing, river rafting, caving, whale watching, and more. Meanwhile, downtown, in the city's museums, galleries, theatres

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