A rare phenomenon called a moonbow, or moon rainbow, was caught on camera near Stykkishólmur, West Iceland, Sunday evening.
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A video with a new song by comedian and environmentalist Ómar Ragnarsson, starring him and singer Egill Ólafsson (from the band Stuðmenn), filmed mostly in Iceland, has just been released on YouTube.
Increased seismic activity in and around Bárðarbunga volcano in the past two weeks will be discussed today at a meeting of scientists from the Department of Civil Protection in Iceland.
Members of parliament appear to be reaching a historic agreement regarding environmental laws, which will take effect Sunday.
Eight members of parliament from all political parties have put forth a parliamentary resolution regarding risk assessment in tourism.
More and more frequently, passengers from cruise ships visit the nature reserve at Hornstrandir, West Fjords, leaving their mark on the land in recent years.
There is patchy ice on roads in most parts of the country, and travelers are advised to proceed with caution.
Musician Björk and writer Andri Snær Magnason today held a press conference at Gamla bíó cinema to protest a recent decision by the Icelandic and UK governments to establish a task force to look into the feasibility of connecting Iceland’s energy grid with that of Britain via a ...
A video posted on Youtube Tuesday shows a huge, chunk of ice, covered with volcanic ash, breaking off Svínafellsjökull glacier.
Jón Þórðarsson, mayor of Borgarfjörður Eystri, East Iceland, estimates 40,000 tourist will come to the village this year to see puffins at Hafnarhólmi islet.
According to Attila Balatoni, a tour guide, Geysir - the old and original one - erupted this afternoon.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a warning for South and Southeast Iceland until tomorrow morning.
Water from the flash flood in glacial river Skaftá in South Iceland now flows on both sides of the Ring Road. However, the flood appears to be subsiding and the road remains open. The bridge across Eldvatn by Ásar, South of the Ring Road, still stands, but it may collapse as the flood has torn...
The average traffic in the West Fjords has never been heavier than in July, 2015, or 1,017 cars per day.