Traveling in Iceland With #TeamTroll 

What Happens if I Need to be Rescued in Iceland ⛑️

Icelanders are ever ready to help tourists with around 100 search and rescue teams all across the country in case an untoward situation comes up. About 4,000 volunteer professionals are on duty round the year, always willing to come forward when the visitors are in...

We Are Hiring Snorkeling Guides 🏅💦

Troll Expeditions is looking for PADI, SSI, CMAS, (or equivalent federations) Scuba or Free diving divemaster/instructors to work in Iceland as Snorkeling guide in Silfra for the summer season 2020 (June to October). Troll Expeditions is a tour operator based in...

Happy Year of the Rat 🐀🎇

Did you know that Iceland expects 130,000 travelers from China this year? That's around 30% of the population of Iceland! 🇮🇸🇨🇳 Our #TeamTroll loves to explore with friends from all over the world that have chosen Iceland to spend their holidays. Today is Chinese New...

Top 7 Do’s and Don’ts of Traveling in Iceland

You may have planned a trip to the land of fire and ice for years, but planning a trip to Iceland is way more complicated than to other countries. But travelers often underestimate the worries that the wilderness of this perilous, remote island brings along. In order...

Blue Ice Caves? All You Need to Know

As far as we all know, ice is supposed to be white. Then why do many ice caves in Iceland turn out to be blue, grey, or mixed with black? Depending on the formation of ice, the cave may be crystal clear like glass or opaque. Iceland caves tend to typically display...

Weather in Iceland? Not just icy cold, but also pleasant

If you feel Iceland is always as cold as ice, it is not. Well, not for everyone and all the time! Whether you feel cold in Iceland or not, it depends on where you are coming from. If you are someone from Siberia or Canada, you won’t find it cold. However, if you are...

The Yule Lads – The Icelandic Santa Claus?

When it comes to the role of the red-clad, generous Santa Claus, Christmas in Iceland has been different from other places, for Santa is, to an extent, absent from the scene. In Iceland, Yule lads, trolls and other mountain dwelling creatures from folklores have been...

Can I Go Glacier Hiking on My Own in Iceland?

No trip to Iceland is complete without hiking over the massive, mesmerising and seemingly unreal glaciers. The sheer beauty of what you see around will make you struggle for adjectives. Hiking to the top of a glacier will allow you to soak in probably one of the most...

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