Northern Lights over Kirkjufell in Grundarfjördur

Breathtaking Northern Lights over Kirkjufell on Snaefellsnes peninsula. 27.12.17

The Northern Lights are not to book in advance and they depend of several factors. But it happens you are just lucky to get them as it was recently in Grundarfjördur when my group and me left the restaurant and walked to hotel. We didn’t expect to get a first class Northern Light show to watch and picture. Continue Reading →


Winter ringroad tours

Myvatn in magic winterlight. 15.12.2017

Recently and over Christmas Best Travel drove twice around Iceland, a circle more or less on the ring road, road no 1. What is no problem during summer time can be a big adventure in winter with icy or snowy roads.   Continue Reading →


Best Travel’s Christmas wishes

Best Travel’s wishes from a sunny moment in Glacierlagoon last automn. 23.12.2017

We would like to thank you all our travelers and guests who dared to sit into our vehicles and trusted us during their tours. Of course we would be very happy to welcome you again or have the honor to drive and guide your friends or families around Iceland. Continue Reading →


Meet a Yulelad and dance with him

Yulelad in Dimmuborgir. 14.12.2017

It’s quite special to be on a circle around Iceland in wintertime and even when the days are really short. Today we came from Eastern Iceland to Myvatn up North. When visiting the lava formations in Dimmuborgir we found a real Yulelad. Continue Reading →


On the ice, under Northern Lights, into the ice cave

Hiking on Svinafellsjökull glacier in a great scenery. 04.12.2017

Sometimes my job is nothing but fantastic. After a nice day around Golden Circle we were booked for a glacier hike and I could join my group along the fantastic scenery of Svinafellsjökull. On the way to Höfn Northern Lights showed up and it looks as we could drive over it (see picture gallery below) and the next day we visited other highlights like Jökulsarlon, diamond beach and  the crystal ice cave in Vatnajökull glacier. Continue Reading →