A defibrillator has been ordered for the lodge at Gullfoss after a tourist collapsed and died from heart failure on Saturday.
This summer, seventeen year old Baldur Björnsson, of the island Vigur in the West Fjords, continues his family’s decades-old tradition of rescuing and raising orphaned eider ducklings.
Just before 8PM yesterday evening, search and rescue services were dispatched to look for a missing three-year-old boy whose parents had reported him missing from their home in Selfoss, South Iceland.
Archeologists have unexpectedly discovered the remains of a large settlement-era lodge at Lækjargata in central Reykjavík.
Last week a tourist on a whale-watching trip in Faxaflói, just outside Reykjavík, was attempting to photograph a humpback whale when a bird interrupted the shot.
Seiner Jón Hákon BA-60 sank yesterday morning just outside Aðalvík on Ísafjarðardjúp in the West Fjords. Three were rescued but one perished.
Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, recently passed laws permitting so called peer-to-peer car rental services.
Smartphone-based car-service provider Uber has recently made inroads into markets across the world—while simultaneously facing a barrage of legal challenges—will Iceland be next?
Too many of those who attempt to hike the Icelandic highlands are not prepared for the conditions they will face along the way, say representatives of the Icelandic Touring Association (ITA).