From exploring lava tubes and walking along volcanic calderas to walking through washed-up icebergs and feeling the spray of thundering waterfalls, you’re in for a memorable trip.
Like most things in Iceland, alcohol is incredibly expensive largely due to how heavily alcohol is taxed.
With museums, art galleries, excellent restaurants, the famous Hallgrimskirkja church, bars, clubs, and more, it’s easy to keep yourself occupied in the city.
You’re not trying to burn yourself out. If you’re wondering what not to do in Iceland, trying to do too much in one trip is definitely on that list.
Limiting your trip to the tourist hot spots is a prime example of what not to do in Iceland.
Iceland has a lot to offer in terms of outdoor adventure and wildly unique landscapes, and every time you visit you’ll find something new to discover and explore.