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Inspired by Iceland
01/14/2017 at 12:44. Facebook
Arctic surfing. All the cool kids are doing it. Check out this amazing trailer for an upcoming documentary about Icelandic surfers. Yes, you read that right. And don't miss the great images, a longer trailer and write-up about the project in Surfer Magazine: [ Surfer.com Link ]
Inspired by Iceland
01/13/2017 at 12:28. Facebook
Meet Heiða, a sheep farmer at Ljótarstaðir in Skaftártunga in South Iceland. She keeps 500 sheeps and it can take a few days to shear them all.
Today we celebrate the last day of Christmas here in Iceland. Traditional festivities on this day include bonfires and fireworks. According to folklore, this is a magical day when elfs and trolls mingle with humans and extraordinary things can happen. So, keep an eye out for anything out of the ordinary. You never know...
Watch as Head of Iceland Academy, Stína, surprises one unsuspecting Inspired By Iceland fan with a whirlwind trip. Antonella, one of our lucky Iceland Academy graduates, became our Student of the Year and was whisked away to collect her Academy diploma and uncover the secrets to becoming Iceland’s most enlightened traveller.

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Couldn't make it to Iceland this New Year? Check out Iceland Naturally's live stream tonight. Happy New Year Iceland fans!
Gleðilegt nýtt ár! Happy New Year!
We look forward to 2017 and welcoming more of you to Iceland on you travels.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve in true Icelandic style.
A few fireworks wouldn’t hurt!

NYE timetable: [ Visitreykjavik.is Link ]
Gleðileg jól to one and all! Merry Christmas from Iceland, may your day be filled with family, love and laughter.
Whether you want to cross country ski in the highlands or hang out at the ski resorts, you must check out East Iceland:
[ East.is Link ]
Christmas is such a special time of year and there is so much to do around the city. Soak up the festive atmosphere by heading to some of the events around Reykjavik.

Find all the information you need here: [ Visitreykjavik.is Link ]
Today is the Winter Solstice, marking the shortest day and the longest night of the whole year. In Reykjavik sunrise took place 11:31 and sundown will be at 15:29 but Akureyri in the North will have one hour less light. Candles at the ready for a cosy evening by the fireside!
In Iceland we like to celebrate lots of things, from the very small to the extremely big and that’s why you will usually find a festival or two going on in the country whenever you happen to visit.

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Watch Chef Gísli Mattías make our delicious Icelandic Christmas delicacy laufabrauð, straight from his very own kitchen. He will explain the tradition behind this familiar family recipe and show you how to do it yourself at home.
You might think it makes sense to head North to see the Northern Lights but you can actually see the aurora from all over Iceland (if the conditions are right).

Make the most of your chances and check out this helpful guide. [ Northiceland.is Link ]
We’ve all heard of the Golden Circle but what about the Golden Heptagon? Iceland Academy tutor Stína will talk you through it...

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Are you travelling around West Iceland this winter? If you are or have been thinking about booking a trip make sure you check out this handy guide from Visit West Iceland.

Don’t get left out in the cold. [ West.is Link ]
Did you know that the Icelandic horse often plays an important role in our historical sagas? Join Iceland Academy tutor Sirrý as she takes you through them, on horseback of course.

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Learn about the beautiful Icelandic horse and the famous Sagas with Iceland Academy Tutor Sirrý, live!

After the class, enrol in Iceland Academy here and you could win a trip to Iceland.
This afternoon we will be hosting another Iceland Academy Facebook Live class.
Stay tuned to learn about our Sagas and the magnificent Icelandic horse.
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