Monday, 11 July 2016

What’s new in Iceland

COMPRISING natural pools and springs, an icy pool, heated walkway and a tranquillity room, the Krauma Nature Baths in Reykholt offers Icelandic relaxation. The pools, which are built from natural materials and free from chemicals, are sourced from the Deildartunguhver and Raudsgill springs. There are two steam baths, and for those who dare, an ice cold bath. The baths are just outside Reykjavik.

NORTH SAILING has an eco-friendly whale watching vessel, which runs entirely on Iceland's geo-thermal power. The company runs two departures daily on their whale watching tours from Husavik, the capital of whale watching in #Iceland. 

TOUR operator The Cave has undertaken work in the Víðgelmir cave in western Iceland, near Reykholt. The cave has a state-of-the-art lighting feature and an access walkway. Víðgelmir cave is the largest lava cave in Iceland and is open for tours.

ICELANDAIR is to increase its flights from Glasgow to Reykjavik from six a week to seven.

WOW air's flight prices from Edinburgh to Iceland have been reduced to £49 one way.

TRAUSTHOLTSHÓLMI is a small – 57 acres – island in Þjórsá in the south of Iceland, intouched by modern development and with electricity from a windmill and harvested rainwater. The island has been in Hákon's family for generations, and it is running day tours to the island until August, with a maximum group size of ten. Also on offer is private hire of the island or rental of the farmhouse.

ICELANDIC FARM HOLIDAYS is offering 11-day tours, a road trip of the country that takes guests along the country’s ring road to see glaciers, hot springs, and waterfalls. This self-drive tour costs from £645 per person and is available year- round.

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