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Westfjords...

The Westfjord peninsula in Iceland sticks out off the northwest coast of Iceland,  facing the Greenland coast across the Strait of Denmark.   It’s almost its own island, just barely connected to the Icelandic mainland  by an isthmus that is only 7 kilometers (4 miles) wide.​

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Westfjords...

Beer festivals !

Nobody knows beer like the good people of Iceland, who have a bit of  an odd relationship with the frothy beverage. An anomaly dating back to  the prohibition of all alcohol in 1915 led to beer- but not any other  alcoholic beverage- being banned for 74 years, with the beer ban finally  being lifted in only 1989​

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Beer festivals !

Ice hiking hiking

Here some tips for your glacier hiking in Iceland. Iceland is known as the Island of Ice and Fire, due to its massive  glaciers alongside roaring volcanoes. It is only fitting, then,  that during your Icelandic experience, you get to see some of  the best glaciers the island has to offer. ​

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Ice hiking hiking

Bicycle in iceland

Here’s what you’ll need to consider before you start biking: Warm clothes, spare  parts for your bike, enough food to keep you going between towns, and a fair  amount of money. biking through and around Iceland is not  for the faint of heart. You need to be ready for rough terrain and adverse  weather conditions- and that’s not to mention the heavy car traffic along the  main roads that you’ll need to watch out for.   ​

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Bicycle in iceland

Guide for vik vik

Vik, a small fishing town located on the south shore of Iceland,  is an utterly beautiful place to visit. With its gorgeous ocean  views and iconic black sand beaches, there is plenty to  do and see in Vik to help you get in touch with nature- as well  as interact with the town! ​

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Guide for vik vik

Volcanos

Some people see the word ‘volcano’ and switch vacation  destinations, but these enormous lava-erupting forces of  nature can be beautiful when they’re not dangerous. Lucky for  you, there are plenty of safe volcanoes in Iceland to check out and here you will find information about some of the most famous one.​

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Volcanos

Black beaches

Visiting the black sand beaches of Iceland? Check out this article as it gives you a good overview of this magical place. Where it is located, what not to miss and what to look out for. Reynisfjar​a is considered THE black sand beach in Iceland, with its distinctive sand,  enormous columns of basalt, and massive waves crashing into the shore​

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Black beaches

Horse riding

The very first Icelandic horse, most  likely of German descent, stepped off from a Viking ship in the late 9th century. The  horse’s reliability, intelligence, small stature, and friendly nature have kept it a favorite  from the very beginning.​

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Horse riding

Festival !

Celebrate the biggest camping weekend in Iceland in style! The first weekend every August numbers of locals and adventurous tourists alike take to the wilderness of Iceland to explore all of nature’s beauty and partying at the same time. Here you will see some of the festivals you can choose from.​

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Festival !

Budget tips

Money Saving Tips and Tricks to Travel Iceland. Find a vacation that won’t break the bank! Iceland is an incredible, ethereally beautiful country that draws numbers of tourists to its borders every year.​

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Budget tips

Hot springs

Ultimate guide to Hot Springs in Iceland ! You probably think that because our country is named Iceland, that all there is to do is freeze and constantly try to stay warm. Nay! This is a common misconception that we are going to clear up once and for all. While it can get freezing cold here, we do have our warm seasons, and there’s definitely a lot of outdoorsy things to explore!​

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Hot springs

Checklist

Ready to go? First check our checklist for your Campervan adventure. Iceland is a different kind of place and if you wanna enjoy yourselves here in the land of fire and ice, there is stuff you need to know and bring for camping. ​

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Checklist

Ice creaam

It's never too cold for ice cream. Check the best of Icelandic ice cream.​

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Ice creaam

Golden circle

Discover with us the main sites of Iceland in only one day : The Golden Circle Tour.​

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Golden circle

Things must to do

Don't miss the best of Iceland Check our Kuku Bucket List​

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Things must to do

Northern lights

Check out the Northern Lights!​

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Northern lights

Camping advices

Here some advices for your camping in Iceland !​

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Camping advices

Reykjavik city

Explore the beautiful city of Reykjavik click HERE for some very nice places​

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Reykjavik city

The amazing geothermal waters of Blue Lagoon

All you need to know about visiting Blue Lagoon & soaking in milky blue geothermal waters. From location of the spa to ideas on how to get to the lagoon. Via Kuku campervan for example. ​

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The amazing geothermal waters of Blue Lagoon

Seasons to visit

Check here what to do in different seasons in Iceland​

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Seasons to visit

Whaleee

You want to come to Iceland to see the whales? click here for more information​

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Whaleee

Icelandic foods

We know that you love to eat good food, so specially for you we have a blog with some foods to tast in Iceland ! Click here Miaaaaaaam​

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Icelandic foods

Pictures spot

If you are coming to Iceland to take beautiful photos click here​

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Pictures spot

Places to visit

Ready to go? First check our checklist for your Kuku Campers adventure!​

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Places to visit