The Ring Road in Iceland is a road that goes all the way around the perimeter of the country, hitting many of its most famous spots + more. It seemed a bit ambitious to plan to drive the whole road, but knowing how small the country is and how determined we were, we knew we could tackle it.
On our kayaking trip with IceGuide, Daniel and I got to paddle past glaciers and icebergs, walk on them, physically stand on them and push them apart, and marvel at their beauty up close and personal.
Had I known this from the start, I would have never thrown the fit that I did right before I decided “f**** it” and booked it the night before we went.
Going on a trip to Iceland definitely requires a great deal of preparation. Even if you are from a rainy and windy place, nothing compares to the wind and rain in Iceland. We’re glad that coming out of the trip we can say that we were very well prepared for all of the elements we met. Here’s a list of the important items we packed (or wished we packed):
Renting some sort of a vehicle for our Iceland trip felt like a no-brainer. Public transportation doesn’t really exist outside of Reykjavik (the main hub) and we weren’t interested in the tour bus route. We really loved our decision to rent a campervan and wouldn’t have done it any other way (hashtag no ragrets).
Prague is one of those soon-to-be iconic cities. Lots of people have been traveling there as of lately, and I definitely see why. With amazing public transportation and something to do around every corner, it’s a traveller’s paradise. We spent 5 days here and it was the perfect amount of time.