Iceland’s ring road: Europe’s most sustainable road trip

epending on the time of year, Iceland can be cloaked in an ethereal palette of green or white, as it experiences the lightest of nights or the darkest of days. And either landscape makes for an idyllic backdrop to a road trip that puts sustainability front and centre.The capital of Reykjavik embodies traditional Scandinavian design and is home to only…

This Brand New Las Vegas Attraction Flies To Grand Canyon Without Leaving The Strip

FlyOver in Las Vegas by PursuitNo longer will travelers have to leave the Las Vegas Strip in order to experience the natural wonders and iconic locations of the American West.FlyOver, an immersive flight ride from global attractions and hospitality company Pursuit, has this week announced that it will debut this fall on the Las Vegas Strip. The…

United to relaunch three European routes

United Airlines is adding three new flights to its international network, giving travellers more options for summer travel by flying direct to countries that are starting to reopen to vaccinated visitors. Starting in July, United will offer new direct flights between Newark Liberty International Airport and Dubrovnik, Croatia, between Washington Dulles…

10 Things To Do In Iceland In Winter Apart From Making A Snowman

Visiting a country in the North Atlantic region of Europe, with freezing cold temperatures and food strange to the sophisticated palate might seem strange to do. However, Iceland in winter season easily beats all these myths. It has a lot of interesting sights to behold, dishes to sink teeth into and celebrations to lose oneself into. A customary visit…

Viking adds new Bermuda and Iceland sailings to summer schedule

Viking will continue restarting limited operations with a collection of sailings around Bermuda and Iceland beginning in June.As a result of strong demand among past Viking guests in the United Kingdom, the line has also added two additional sailings of the England’s Scenic Shores itinerary the same month.All of Viking’s new ‘Welcome Back’…

Thousands flock to Iceland’s erupting volcano to toast marshmallows…

The eruption of a fissure near Mount Fagradalsfjall, which began late on Friday 19 March, was the first in the same volcanic system in about 900 years.The volcano is located only about 40km from the capital Reykjavik and can be reached after a 90-minute hike from the nearest road.Iceland volcanic eruption: ‘A barbeque in summer’“It’s absolutely…

Why Now Might Be A Good Time To Visit Iceland

Broken ice from washed up Icebergs on Jokulsarlon black beach at sunset Jokulsarlon South east … [+] Iceland. (Photo by: Eduardo Fuster/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesI have often wondered what my last words on Earth would be. And last April, after my SUV started…

Iceland Is Close To Covid Free. Maybe Time To Go Glacial?

Broken ice from washed up Icebergs on Jokulsarlon black beach at sunset Jokulsarlon South east … [+] Iceland. (Photo by: Eduardo Fuster/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesI have often wondered what my last words on earth would be. And last April, after my SUV started…

‘Smooth landing on the blue ice’: watch a plane take off from an Antarctic airstrip

The Norwegian Polar Institute has released footage of a passenger plane taking off from a blue-ice runway in Antarctica.The Icelandair jet was chartered to bring home 30 Norwegian researchers working at the Troll Research Station in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica.The Boeing 767 jet landed in Antarctica on 26 February after flying from Keflavik airport…

Iceland in 2021 – social distance locations

Despite news of vaccines and a changing political environment, I think it’s safe to say that the COVID-19 virus won’t be fully eradicated any time soon. Not in the first half of 2021 anyway. However, that doesn’t mean that…

Today’s trash is tomorrow’s booze

A growing line-up of forward-thinking producers are now using discarded grocery items to create ales and spirits that pair great tastes with a good cause — reducing food waste….

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