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Weekly bulletin from Safetravel

Extreme rain predicted today from Vík to Reyðafjörður until tonight.

Weekly bulletin from Safetravel

Severe gale force winds along the south coast tomorrow, Thursday, from Seljalandsfoss to Vík and from Skaftafell to Jökulsárlón! Wind gusts expected to reach 40 m/s so bigger and lighter vehicles should avoid travel in the area! Important to inform drivers on motorcomes, camping cars! Other drivers must slow down when travelling in the area! Considerable amount of rain is along-side this so travelling is not recommended! Heavy wind gusts 25-30 m/s will be from Reykjavík to Borgarnes in Kjalarnes and under Hafnarfjall. This will last all day!

Weekly bulletin from Safetravel

Here we have the forecast for the next few days. Both road conditions and the weather forecast should be checked multiple times a day for the forecast given is not a 100% reliable such a long time in advance – check out: www.road.is + en.vedur.is If you have information or tips that you feel would enhance our service for example about travel destinations close to you we would love to hear about them in an email. Pictures always appreciated.

Weekly bulletin from Safetravel

Here we have the forecast for the next few days. Both road conditions and the weather forecast should be checked multiple times a day for the forecast given is not a 100% reliable such a long time in advance

Weekly bulletin from Safetravel

Here we have the forecast for the next few days. Both road conditions and the weather forecast should be checked multiple times a day for the forecast given is not a 100% reliable such a long time in advance – check out: www.road.is + en.vedur.is

Are you preparing for a hike on Fimmvörðuháls trail?

The Fimmvörðuháls trail (e. Five Cairn trail) enjoys growing popularity among hikers from all over the world. The trail was chosen, along with the Laugavegur trail, one of worlds best hikes - for a good reason.

Geopark week 18.-25. April 2016

Many interesting events in Geopark week in Katla Geopark

Ice cave safety announcement

For security reasons people are advised against visiting any ice caves in Vatnajökull.

Icecave season is over this winter

Ice Caves are only found during the wintertime when the glacial rivers retract and the water freezes. New caves are formed in different locations each year.
Photo: www.winterwonderland.is

Easter just around the corner

Facts about the icelandic easter eggs

Every supermarket you go to in Iceland right now is literally flooded with Easter eggs of all sizes. An Icelandic Easter egg has a few quirks that make it different to other chocolate eggs. Easter eggs are traditionally given to children on Easter Sunday and often, parents hide the egg in either the home or the garden to provide an exhilerating easter egg hunt. Adults also often exchange Easter eggs.

Bad weather all over Iceland

Bad weather all over Iceland is expected tomorrow