Amazing Deal! 5-Day Nordic Adventure in Iceland! Hotel and Airfare Included – Starting at $599

The Republic of Iceland: The majestic Nordic island country sitting between the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean. The volcanic beauty surrounded by glacial rivers, dark sands, and mountains.

The culture is founded by its Scandinavian heritage where most of the descendants are of Celtic and Germanic settlers. The language is Icelandic, which is a North Germanic language that closely resembles Norwegian and Faroese dialects.

Since 2008, the country has become a tourist destination for adventurers seeking a rugged playground in which to “play” in 🙂 Which in turn, helped the country’s financial market and the people extensively.

With so many activities like hiking, horse riding, whale watching, water rafting, viewing the Northern lights, enjoying the geothermal pools and spas, Iceland is basically designed to not keep you bored. Average annual high temperature is 45/7 °F (°C).

Today’s deal comes from Gate One Travel group and includes a phenomenal hotel, round-trip airfare, and a Northern Lights Tour. Starting from $599, your trip itinerary includes:

• 5-day vacation – Round-trip airfare from New York City or Boston
• 3 nights of standard hotel accommodations at the lovely capital of Reykjavik
• The enchanting and majestic view of Northern Lights courtesy of the included tour on Day 2
• Bookings are available starting this year in November and into February 2017
• Daily breakfast
• Reykjavik city tours and other sightseeing adventures available at a reasonable price
• Visit Nautholsvik Beach for its awesome hot pools that stay warm year round
• Do not miss the Gullfoss – Iceland’s best known waterfall but do plan accordingly. It is about an hour and thirty minute journey to get there but so worth for the scenic view

Do you got your cold travel attire ready? Well, let’s go! Book by September 27.

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JetSet Style: Inverness, Scotland

Inverness, Scotland

This week’s JetSet Style comes all the way from the epic highlands of Scotland! Who wouldn’t want to capture this amazing scenic view of the cliff in Inverness?! Looks like a lot of walking and exploration would be involved so dress accordingly- a comfortable pair of boots and pants that “moves with you”. Paying the Scottish homage, plaids makes its debut in this lovely button down shirt. Burgundy lip and nature-inspired eye shadows, you’re looking good already 😉

Six Items Under $25 for Every Survivalist Travelers’ Stash

Practical survival gear for the Everyday TravelSince I can remember, I was taught to always prepare for the worst. Which ultimately led me to think of emergency situations and how would I react in it with little to no supplies. Paranoia, you say? Probably. Or it could be that
I watch one too many episodes on McGuyver with the bros growing up in the eighties.

But, having the mindset of a survivalist on some level ensures that you are prepared for catastrophe no matter what. You can rig things from the ordinary items you would have not used in the first place! Most campers and those with a military background are well versed on such training especially being out in the woods and having to rely on simple items often found in nature to survive.

I compiled a list of six of those items for the common [Read More…]

How To Prepare For Your Hiking Adventure

Hiking PathWhile traveling through a road trip back down to Florida from Georgia many years ago, I had often wonder what would be like to follow the less beaten path and hike through a trail. Being a self-proclaim outdoor girl, the rhythms of nature sounds appealing; taking in the air and being amidst the greenery for the unbelievable natural views is better than staring at paperwork and knowing I have a deadline to meet.

We have hiking trails here in South Florida; most of them are located alongside a beach or a waterfront. But with the heat and the mosquitoes, I get a little discouraged from time to time. I guess my desire for a change in scenery is kicking into overdrive [Read More…]