Welcome to the Iceland Travel Podcast with your Icelandic host, Skúli Arason. In this podcast we learn something about Iceland from people who can offer some great insights for tourists or anyone interested in Iceland. A wide range of topics are discussed, so there should be something for everyone. There are many informational blogs and articles about Iceland on our homepage icelandtravel.is and we encourage you to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for travel inspiration and more. Since 1937 Iceland Travel has been the leading travel company, tour operator and destination management company (DMC) in Iceland, offering top-quality services. We take great pride in our diverse portfolio of tours in Iceland. We also offer high-quality tours and experiences in Greenland and the Faroe Islands. We are your proud local hosts!
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Hilmar from the newly opened Hvammsvík hot springs came by for an excellent chat. Hvammsvík is located about 45 minutes from Reykjavík in the fjord Hvalfjörður and offers a very relaxing and invigorating day out. We get to know all about it and the o... more
I was in the southernmost point of Iceland in the village of Vík in the Mýrdalsdalur region. After having visited some of the gems there I dropped by in the home of Holly Keyser who owns and runs the unusual and charming coffee establishment Skool Be... more
Brew master Sigurður Bragi Ólafsson from the Kaldi Breweries drops by and we dive into their beer, the amazing Kaldi Beer baths, beer culture and the northern region of Eyjafjörður where Kaldi is located. more
So sad we missed getting to Skool Beans, camped at the Vik campsite and went on the Katla Ice Cave tour with Sven who highly recommended your place. Unfortunately we had to get on the road to go kayaking before you opened. Will get there next time. We just love your country!!!
I’ve enjoyed all the episodes but I was especially pleased to find the episode on Krauma spa because that’s definitely one of the places I want to get to on our 10 day trip to Iceland. Great host, friendly and fun. Highly recommend!
Planning a trip to Iceland. I prefer to go beyond the typical tourist locations. This podcast takes you on a panoramic visit from beer to horses to bird watching architecture buildings. I’m even more excited about visiting than just reading.
I spent 10 days in Iceland in 2016, and it is my dream to return for some further exploration. I am a musician and a hot-spring/spa enthusiast so naturally your wonderful country appeals to me as a global hub for both. Enjoying the pod, skál from Canada!
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