Once again, tourists were in danger on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, on Saturday, when six of them were caught by a large wave.
Nature & Travel
On Monday this week, several tourists were in imminent danger on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, which is notorious for its dangerous waves.
The number of overnight stays at Icelandic hotels in December last year increased by 36 percent compared with December of 2014, from 133,300 to 181,900, according to Statistics Iceland.
A white-tailed eagle, found injured Wednesday in Snæfellsnes, West Iceland, was transported to Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo yesterday morning.
Sævar Helgi Bragason, Iceland’s number one astronomy enthusiast, and head of the Astronomy Association of Seltjarnarnes, says there is no truth to rumors that the northern lights may disappear for a few years.
There was heavy snowfall in Reykjavík overnight, bringing the snow depth in the capital area to 19 cm (7.5 in).
An earthquake of a magnitude 3.6 occurred at 4:01 am this morning in the Öxarfjörður region, Northeast Iceland.
If you’re wondering where to go skiing these days, Akureyri, North Iceland, is definitely the place.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of a major earthquake that hit Kópasker, Northeast Iceland in 1976.
Ice in Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon is at a record level, according to Owen Hunt, a tourist guide who has visited the area regularly since 1984.
The number of passengers going through Keflavík International Airport reached a record number last year.
The British hikers who were saved by rescue teams three times in December, as they attempted to cross the country, have responded to criticism.