At the beginning of May, I travelled to Iceland. Somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for many, many years. It did not disappoint.
Iceland really is the most remarkable place. It is staggeringly, jaw-droopingly, beautiful. The landscapes can seem impossibly vast and ancient. The people are incredibly friendly and welcoming. The food is fantastic. It’s expensive, but definitely worth visiting.
I travelled with my dad. Flying in to Keflavik airport and hiring a car on the 1st of May, and we spent the next two weeks driving around the entire ring-road, plus the Westfjords – for a total of just over 3000km.
Below are a selection of my photos from the trip. I’ll do another post soon breaking things down in to areas or sections of the journey.
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Stunning bucket list achieve! May I ask what the trip set you back? (minus what it took to get to the island)
Looks surreal and beautiful. Would love to go there sometime. Thank you for sharing!
It was an incredible trip. We did stay in nice hotels, so definitely possible to do it cheaper. Including the car hire it was about £3500 for two people. Flights were £200 each. And spending on food and drink was about another £800 each. Food and drink can be eye-watering my expensive.
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