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Active Volcano in Iceland is BACK!

Here in Iceland, the Fagradalsfjall volcano has started erupting again. The eruption started on the 3rd of august (today). The last time it started up it was also on the 3rd of the month – then in October. A live volcano is an...

Returning to Iceland

Returning to Iceland was an experience I hadn’t quite anticipated. Having visited once before a handful of years ago, I was hesitant to return and retread the same ground. With any new adventure, it’s easy to plan ahead so...

Capturing Iceland on Film

Iceland is an amazing country to capture on film. The vastness of the landscapes and the awe that can appear in the smallest of details, to be allowed to film with Tröll was an unbelievably rich and valuable experience. I wanted to create...

My Snorkeling Experience with Tröll Expeditions

A story shared by one of our newest intern: Hey! I´m Per, 22 years old, from Hamburg in Germany. I´m an outdoor enthusiast with a great passion for traveling. I love to spend my time in Nature to photograph, be on adventures or to do...

Iceland and Eurovision

Over the last weekend, the Eurovision song contest was held, and the whole of Europe (and other nations that, for some reason, are allowed to vote!) chose the Ukraine song to win the competition with 631 points. Eurovision is a competition...

Best Things To See & Do – South Coast edition

When planning a trip to Iceland, the South coast is a must see. It is home to many of the countries most famous sites. Not only will you see one of the most popular waterfalls in Iceland, but you will experience nature from a whole another...

Snorkeling in Silfra – All you need to know

Snorkel in Silfra One way to experience something that is impossible to do anywhere else in the world, is to go snorkel in Silfra, which is just a short drive from Reykjavik, located in Þingvellir National Park. While you float along the...

Where to go in Iceland – Summer Edition

Welcome to Iceland – a place where you can witness the dark polar nights during winter time and the magical midnight sun during the sunny summer months.   Iceland – a special island in the far north – with 360,000...

9 Best Things to do in Iceland

1. Walk on Europe’s Biggest Glacier The third and newest UNESCO World Heritage site in Iceland is the glacier Vatnajökull. It  covers roughly 8% of Iceland’s surface and is the largest glacier in Europe – and the third...

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