North Iceland offers a multitude of opportunities for those who want adventurous activities and sightseeing in a true natural paradise. There are untold possibilities for outdoor recreation, so that everyone will find something to enjoy.
I really like to travel and meet new people, both outside Iceland and also around Iceland, I have been working in tourism since 2003 both in North- and South Iceland. I have been guiding around North Iceland since 2013 I think I was made in a tent on a trip around Iceland, I love everything about tourism and travel, and have a many years experience. I was born in late April when the season begins in Iceland so that will maybe explain my love for travel.
How to get to North Iceland?
If you want to fly up north there are domestic airline companies Iceland connect that offer scheduled flights, to Akureyri takes about 35 minutes. Public Bus "Strætó" operates 7 days a week all year. The distance from Reykjavik to Akureyri is 380km, and the trip takes about 6 1/2 hrs. Renting a car and driving yourself is another possibility.
A Recent Review of this guide
We had an amazing day with Reynir! Took us to so many natural sights of beauty and wonder... waterfalls, steam vents, lava fields, craters, geothermal baths, etc. A fun filled exciting day. Reynir was a gracious, knowledgeable host whose company we greatly enjoyed.
- Licensed Professional driver.
- First aid course.
- Fully licensed vehicle by the Icelandic Transport Authority.
- Fully licensed Travel Agency by the Icelandic Tourist Board.
- University of Akureyri 2002-2006 "Business Administration-Travel and tourism"
I do not have any restrictions in regard to my guiding, I can offer a full range of experiences