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A meditation on Iceland

22. apríl 2020

Dream a little dream of us

A meditation on Iceland

22. apríl 2020

There is a meditative practice that teaches us to picture the dark clouds on a rainy day and then realise that the clouds are just there for the moment, but above them is always a clear blue sky.

One of Iceland‘s most attractive feature is its untouched wilderness and vast open spaces. While Iceland has seen travel restrictions like most of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, and this small population feels extra alone right now, we’re here to remind you about our “blue skies”, so to speak.

COVID-19 in Iceland

And they are quite blue in Iceland at the moment. The country’s response to the outbreak has been a great success, thanks to a very small population, a powerful healthcare system and the population’s trust in scientific authority. We hope it won’t be long before we can welcome you back to our beautiful country but if you need to borrow our blue skies for your meditation purposes or even just a little fantasy to hold on to, here are few dreamy scenarios for your future excursion to Iceland.

Do Iceland on Your Own

Iceland’s untouched wilderness and small population means it’s quite easy to be completely alone in what seems like an unreal landscape. If crowds of people are not your thing, Iceland is your destination. The best way to experience Iceland’s wild landscapes on your own is doing a nature hike. There are several quite famous and popular treks only a short bus ride away from Reykjavik. These treks offer an unbelievable variety of landscapes such as colourful rhyolite mountains, vast glaciers, volcanoes, lush fields and geothermal pools. And the best part is, you get a wholesome exercise in the freshest air possible. There’s a reason hiking is a national sport in Iceland.

Embrace the Forces

Driving along the south shore of Iceland is an awe-inspiring experience, even for the most jaded Icelander. On one side are the awesome volcanoes, huge glaciers and dreamlike glacier tongues crawling down mountainsides, the green fields and charming farms of the south and the world’s most adorable horses of course. On the other side is the vast Atlantic Ocean, a constant reminder of the powers that be, the untamed natural forces. And in the middle are seemingly endless black sands and huge glacier rivers. It’s a scenery that leaves no one untouched with new otherworldly landscapes at every turn.

The Original Spa

In a land of extremes, full of glaciers and volcanoes and gale-force winds and incredible snowfall, one wonders how early settlers felt about their new home. They probably felt like they hit the jackpot. Volcanic activity of course means geothermal heat, a rare treat back in the 9th century and it’s a feature that still make this one of the warmest and most hospitable places on Earth (in our humble opinion). Dotted all over the country are natural hot pools, warm rivers and even hot natural waterfalls. The most famous example is of course the Blue Lagoon, although that one is an accidental by-product of a geothermal plant. Fresh air, clean water and the perfect warm natural bath in an incredible landscape all sounds like a dream, but in Iceland, this is the reality.

When you’re finally allowed to travel again, why not make your dreams come true and visit Iceland?

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Fáðu innblástur! Upplýsingar og góð ráð, áhugaverðir áfangastaðir, skemmtilegar staðreyndar og margt fleira. Bloggið okkar er á ensku en það er stórskemmtilegt engu að síður!

Fimm góðar ástæður til að taka Flugrútuna

Although it may not seem like it, you have in fact landed in civilisation and airport transfer in Iceland is readily available.

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Dream a little dream of us

A meditation on Iceland

22. apríl 2020

Dream a little dream of us

A meditation on Iceland

22. apríl 2020

There is a meditative practice that teaches us to picture the dark clouds on a rainy day and then realise that the clouds are just there for the moment, but above them is always a clear blue sky.

One of Iceland‘s most attractive feature is its untouched wilderness and vast open spaces. While Iceland has seen travel restrictions like most of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, and this small population feels extra alone right now, we’re here to remind you about our “blue skies”, so to speak.

COVID-19 in Iceland

And they are quite blue in Iceland at the moment. The country’s response to the outbreak has been a great success, thanks to a very small population, a powerful healthcare system and the population’s trust in scientific authority. We hope it won’t be long before we can welcome you back to our beautiful country but if you need to borrow our blue skies for your meditation purposes or even just a little fantasy to hold on to, here are few dreamy scenarios for your future excursion to Iceland.

Do Iceland on Your Own

Iceland’s untouched wilderness and small population means it’s quite easy to be completely alone in what seems like an unreal landscape. If crowds of people are not your thing, Iceland is your destination. The best way to experience Iceland’s wild landscapes on your own is doing a nature hike. There are several quite famous and popular treks only a short bus ride away from Reykjavik. These treks offer an unbelievable variety of landscapes such as colourful rhyolite mountains, vast glaciers, volcanoes, lush fields and geothermal pools. And the best part is, you get a wholesome exercise in the freshest air possible. There’s a reason hiking is a national sport in Iceland.

Embrace the Forces

Driving along the south shore of Iceland is an awe-inspiring experience, even for the most jaded Icelander. On one side are the awesome volcanoes, huge glaciers and dreamlike glacier tongues crawling down mountainsides, the green fields and charming farms of the south and the world’s most adorable horses of course. On the other side is the vast Atlantic Ocean, a constant reminder of the powers that be, the untamed natural forces. And in the middle are seemingly endless black sands and huge glacier rivers. It’s a scenery that leaves no one untouched with new otherworldly landscapes at every turn.

The Original Spa

In a land of extremes, full of glaciers and volcanoes and gale-force winds and incredible snowfall, one wonders how early settlers felt about their new home. They probably felt like they hit the jackpot. Volcanic activity of course means geothermal heat, a rare treat back in the 9th century and it’s a feature that still make this one of the warmest and most hospitable places on Earth (in our humble opinion). Dotted all over the country are natural hot pools, warm rivers and even hot natural waterfalls. The most famous example is of course the Blue Lagoon, although that one is an accidental by-product of a geothermal plant. Fresh air, clean water and the perfect warm natural bath in an incredible landscape all sounds like a dream, but in Iceland, this is the reality.

When you’re finally allowed to travel again, why not make your dreams come true and visit Iceland?

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Fáðu innblástur! Upplýsingar og góð ráð, áhugaverðir áfangastaðir, skemmtilegar staðreyndar og margt fleira. Bloggið okkar er á ensku en það er stórskemmtilegt engu að síður!

Fimm góðar ástæður til að taka Flugrútuna

Although it may not seem like it, you have in fact landed in civilisation and airport transfer in Iceland is readily available.

Lesa blogg