Iceland's newfound tourism popularity is well-deserved. Not only is the Nordic island nation home to majestic mountains, an abandoned airplane wreckage that even
Justin Bieber's a fan of, 130+ active volcanos (including one that's about to
host a concert), lava fields, and the
Northern Lights (if you're lucky!), it's also a wonderful place to go snorkeling. Now, don't let the name "Iceland" turn you away. It is cold, but a dry suit keeps you warm (more on that later). One thing is for sure: You don't want to miss
snorkeling the Silfra Fissure the next time you visit. Let me walk you through this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
After hearing that blissfully floating between two tectonic plates—the American and Eurasian plates, for those versed in geology—is an actual thing people can do,...Read details...
A once-in-a-lifetime experience you don't want to miss.
Went diving here this past summer, one of the most fascinating 40 minute dives of my life. It is GORGEOUS down there.
Many people had died lately, so they are changing a few things and limiting the amount of people. Be careful everyone and have fun 🌏👍.
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These teeny-tiny travel-size curling irons and blow-dryers will fit perfectly — and you'll still have room for your shoes.