Bjarni Páll Vilhjálmsson, who runs an equestrian tourism business at Saltvík farm, near Húsavík, North Iceland, is planning to offer a 50-day tour on horseback around Iceland next summer..
Debris from an American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber that crashed into Eyjafjallajökull glacier during World War II is gradually coming to light as the glacier recedes.
Icelandair Group’s public share offering successfully concluded yesterday afternoon.
Pubs and nightclubs in Reykjavík and vicinity will be closed for four days, September 18 through 21.
For the second day in a row, the number of new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Iceland has risen rapidly.
Icelandair Group’s public offering began yesterday morning and will conclude today at 4 pm.
The whereabouts of an asylum seeking Egyptian family of six, who has been living in Iceland for more than two years, are unknown.
An earthquake of magnitude 4.6 hit North Iceland yesterday at 2:52 pm.
Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Iceland yesterday.
An attorney for an Egyptian family, set to be deported from Iceland tomorrow, has sent a letter to the Welfare Committee and the Constitutional and Supervisory Committee of Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, insisting that the case be addressed.
Njal’s Saga, the best-known among the sagas of the Icelanders, will finally be completed tonight.
A case of COVID-19 was confirmed at the University of Iceland over the weekend.
Passers-by chanced upon about ten beached pilot whales in Álftafjörður fjord, on the north side of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, West Iceland, yesterday.
An advertisement from the National Church of Iceland, encouraging children to attend Sunday school, caused quite a controversy over the weekend.
It is likely that haze from the wildfires now raging on the West Coast of the US will move over Iceland on Wednesday or Thursday.
“Visiting the West Fjords has seldom been as enjoyable as this summer.”
You may have visited Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon and sailed between the icebergs which break off from Breiðamerkurjökull glacier.
“People think it’s impossible to visit the country, due to the double [coronavirus] testing requirement, but there is so much you can do while in quarantine.”
Rules regarding coronavirus testing at Icelandic borders that went into effect August 19 will remain unchanged at least through October 5.
Farmers in Hrunamannahreppur district, Southwest Iceland, were busy herding their sheep from the mountains early yesterday morning.
For the first time ever, CERT-IS, Iceland’s computer emergency response team, declared a phase of uncertainty for cyber security in Iceland yesterday.
Heimild til að auka hlutafé Icelandair Group var samþykkt einróma á hluthafafundi félagsins á Hótel Nordica síðdegis í dag.
As a result of the weakening of the Icelandic króna, Iceland has become more attractive to foreign film production companies as a place to film.
On Sunday, American actor Will Smith posted a picture of himself on Instagram, with Dettifoss waterfall, Northeast Iceland, in the background.
Six new domestic cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Iceland yesterday.
Two new members of the England national football team violated Icelandic quarantine rules Sunday by inviting two Icelandic women to their hotel room.
The construction of Sky Lagoon geothermal baths on Kársnes point in Kópavogur, is ahead of schedule.
Organizers of public gatherings in Iceland welcome the easing of restrictions that takes effect today.
Róbert Ragnar Spanó, president of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) since April this year, is facing criticism from many directions for having accepted and honorary degree from Istanbul University.
Numerous airlines have canceled their landing clearances at Keflavík International Airport.
In response to decreasing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, some Icelandic hostels are now using their rooms in innovative ways.
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The Icelandic Coast Guard released a video last night of the rescue of a man who was stuck for more than three hours in sand, or mud, in Sandvatn lake, south of Langjökull glacier, Wednesday night.
The number of people diagnosed with an active case of COVID-19 at Icelandic borders has proportionally increased nearly tenfold since August 19.
Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason recommends that beginning Monday, September 7, the 2-meter social distancing rule in Iceland be replaced by a 1-meter rule.