Cold but amazing winter days in Iceland

4×4 Sprinter in front of Öraefajökull in Southeast Iceland. 31.01.2019

Finally we got real winter in Iceland. More or less everywhere snow is on the ground and it was unusually cold for about 10 days in a row with deep frost temperatures. We got amazing days on our tours and everybody could enjoy the beauty of the landscape in South Iceland, especially with the glaciers. Continue Reading →


All vehicles inspected!

All vehicles of Best Travel are inspected and have road allowance until 2020 (from top and left to right: 4×4 Sprinter, Sprinter, 4×4 Mantra, 4×4 Jeep). 14.01.2019

All our vehicles went through annual inspection and got the license to be on the run until 2020. There were just very few days the busses and the landcruiser were at home and I used the opportunity to drive one after another to inspection. Continue Reading →


Rolling, rolling festive and holidays

Passing Skogar in South Iceland. 31.12.2018

It was a big surprise the festive and holidays around Christmas and New Year turned out the busiest time ever for our company. Most of the days all three busses were somewhere on the run, either on South Coast to the ice cave of Vatnajökull, on Golden Circle or around Snaefellsnes Peninsula. We were lucky to find driverguides or drivers who helped to fulfill those tours. Continue Reading →


Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

4×4 Sprinter in beautiful winter sun. It’s the newest member of our fleet and we could welcome it in June 2018. 27.11./22.12.2018

We would like to say thank you to all our guests and partners who trusted in us and joined a tour or give us the chance to drive a tour. It was a very good year for our small company with adding a new bus in spring and driving numerous tours all year round. Our busses were here and there. When home they got a proper cleaning and if needed changed oil or tyres. But what is exactly now ongoing  we never expected. Continue Reading →


Northern Light night to remember at Lake Myvatn

More colors can show up if Northern Lights are as strong as last night at Myvatn. 09.12.2018

We started in Reykjavik on a cloudy day for a circle around Iceland. The second day a storm hit us and the ring road was partly closed and the glacier hike cancelled. In South East Iceland it was cloudy again but my passengers had some hope to find the Northern Lights in Easticeland after a sunny day. But the sky in Egilsstadir was cloud covered. But yesterday we arrived in Northeast Iceland and staid at Lake Myvatn. There we got really a night to remember. Continue Reading →