Iceland, a Nordic island nation in the middle of the Atlantic. Iceland is defined by its dramatic landscape with volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Massive glaciers are protected in Vatnajökull and Snæfellsjökull national parks. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which runs on geothermal power and is home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.. See Iceland with help from Wyld Family Travel’s detailed Iceland travel guides. 

  • How to get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik
    The International airport servicing Reykjavik and the most popular airport in Iceland is located at Keflavik. Keflavik Airport is located 50 kilometres from Reykjavik city centre and on average a trip from the airport to the city will take a minimum of 45 minutes. There are 3 options for getting from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Reykjavik with teenagers
    As you approach Reykjavik by plane, the windswept volcanic landscape encompasses your sight in every direction. But the question is, will a visit to Reykjavik with teenagers be a great family vacation destination? We think Reykjavik puts the “C” into cool for teenagers and is one of the best places to go with teens. Reykjavik … Read the full article here
  • Top Iceland Travel Tips: What to know before you visit Iceland
    There are so many things written about what to do and what not to do in Iceland. Everyone has a different idea and expectation about things to know when traveling in Iceland. We visited Iceland in January. We were told it was an expensive place to visit but we were still not prepared for the cost … Read the full article here
  • How to get from Reykjavik to Blue Lagoon Iceland
    The Blue Lagoon Reykjavik trip is one of the most popular things to do in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon hot springs of Iceland may be the countries most well-known attraction and certainly, it is the most polarizing attraction in Iceland among travelers. Most visitors head from Reykjavik to the Blue Lagoon by tour, bus or … Read the full article here
  • Iceland’s Iconic attraction the Blue Lagoon with kids
    As our Iceland family vacation was organised and our visit to the Blue Lagoon was confirmed. We would be visiting the Blue Lagoon with kids. It is one of the hottest places to go in Iceland and many stories have been written that it was overrated, not what they expected and overpriced. Would we have the … Read the full article here
  • Iceland trip cost – how much money do you need
    No one can deny it…Iceland is a massive hot destination right now. Iceland trip cost can also be massive! From gorgeous waterfalls to epic sunrises, you can’t go wrong with an Iceland family holiday. It is a photographer’s dream, it has lava fields, geysers and Northern lights, every single place you go is worth capturing and … Read the full article here
  • Reykjavik City Sightseeing tour with Gray Line
    In what seemed like the dead of the night we all sat quietly in the lobby of the Downtown Reykjavik Apartments at 6.30 am waiting to be picked up for our Reykjavik city sightseeing tour. In winter in Iceland 6.30 am is still like 3 odd hours away from the daylight coming up. First off this … Read the full article here
  • 10 Top Tips for Visiting The Blue Lagoon
    Both the girls were keen as to visit the Blue Lagoon on our family trip to Iceland. They had both seen pictures of it on the internet when they looked up things to do in Iceland with kids. When we were planning a trip to Iceland I found there was not a lot of information out … Read the full article here
  • City Walk Reykjavik tour reviewed
    On a cold January day in Reykjavik, we found ourselves standing with a group of 30 others waiting to start the City Walk Reykjavik tour. The popularity of the Reykjavik walking tour has a lot to do with the price of anything in Reykjavik Iceland. The meeting point was Austurvöllur in front of the House of … Read the full article here
  • A visit to Viking World Museum Iceland
    Iceland’s history has long been intertwined with the Vikings, they go hand in hand and there is no better place to learn about this than a visit to the best Viking museum Iceland has to offer, Viking World. You see the Vikings settled Iceland with the first Viking visit happening by accident. Yes, a complete accident … Read the full article here
  • Dyrholaey Lighthouse South Coast Iceland
    Exploring the back roads of Iceland can provide some amazing results. On the way back from Vik on the South Coast of Iceland, we just turned up a few random roads towards the coastline. One of the signs said Dyrholaey Lighthouse, It was more out of a sense of adventure and knowing what we would … Read the full article here
  • Tips for Northern Lights Tours with kids
    I started to write this as a guide to families who were thinking of going on a Northern Lights Tour in Iceland while they were on vacation in Iceland in winter but then I realised that so many people we went on the Northern Lights Tour with were as blind to what was needed as … Read the full article here
  • Northern Lights tour in Iceland with Gray Line
    When planning our trip to Reykjavik we thought it is best if we look around for a Northern Lights tour in Iceland. After all, we didn’t want to go travelling in Iceland in the middle of the night with no idea what we were looking for. January was the best time to visit Iceland to … Read the full article here