Before you travel to Iceland
Iceland weather and what to pack when travelling to Iceland
Just like any other date you’ve been on, it’s difficult to get down to business and enjoy yourself if you’re too cold…
If you’re visiting Iceland in winter (which is most of the year by the rest of the world’s standards) pack plenty of thermals, gloves, scarf, hat, warm waterproof coat or ski jacket, waterproof hiking boots and those thick socks your grandma got you for Christmas you thought you were never going to wear.
There’s nothing worse than freezing cold, wet, numb feet. Apart from slipping on an icy path next to a waterfall and falling off a cliff to your death, that’s probably worse. The risk of both can be minimised by wearing decent footwear.