October was an unusually warm month this year, with heat levels above average in every part of the nation.
Nature & Travel
Travel Company When In Iceland has regularly shared photographs on their Facebook page of tourists displaying reckless behaviour.
Larger earthquakes than the one that took place near Selfoss, South Iceland during the weekend may happen in the coming days.
Travellers visiting Iceland aren‘t as pleased with their trips compared to last year, according to a new Gallup poll.
A task force will explore the possibility of creating geothermal beaches at two locations in Reykjavík.
Landowners of Reykjahlíð in Mývatnssveit, North Iceland, wanted to close down three tourist destinations after the summer, as they had all suffered damages.
Chris and Joanne Bradley had the distinction of being the 7 millionth passengers to travel through Keflavík International Airport this year.
Iceland is renowned as a ‘green’ country in many ways, yet it certainly does have its dark sides in terms of environmental impact. Food waste, recycling, and waste management issues are pressing environmental concerns for the country as it leaves a large environmental footprint
The annual Arctic Circle Assembly began today at Harpa Conference Centre in Reykjavík to discuss issues such as climate change, energy, and security in the Arctic.
The West Iceland Nature Research Center has requested the cooperation of mink hunters in a research project aiming to gather more information about mink populations in Iceland.
A parking fee instituted at Hraunfossar falls, West Iceland last Friday has caused tension between landowners, businesses, and local authorities.
Þjórsárver nature reserve in the central highlands of Iceland was expanded yesterday by the Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources.
Inspired by Iceland, the official destination brand for Iceland in marketing has launched a new campaign.
Iceland became an incredibly popular tourist attraction in a very short period of time, and it became increasingly clear that its natural treasures weren't prepared for such a large number of people.
The temporary bridge over Steinavötn river will be opened for all traffic at noon today according to the Icelandic Road Administration.
A temporary bridge over Steinavötn river has been opened to pedestrian traffic following damage to the original bridge by flooding.
The Public Health Authority of East Iceland has commented on the poor sewage treatment of two hotels in Southeast Iceland belonging to the Fosshótel chain.
One hundred and twenty people were transported out of Southeast Iceland via helicopter yesterday by Search and Rescue teams following extensive flooding.