PODCAST 004: Travel to Reykjavik ft Sigrun de Almeida

Episode 4 from the podcast sessions is a really excited one for me! I not only met an amazing human being but learned a lot about a country I want to visit. ICELAND! DID YOU KNOW that locals do not pay electricity?! I had a chat with Sigrun- a local tour guide. We talked about what you can do in Iceland, WHEN to visit and more useful tips and tricks. Enjoy!

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About Sigrun:

Sigrun is a solo traveller, cultural anthropologist & Tour guide and Leader in Iceland, Japan and Spain. Being an emotional coach studying the spiritual old ways, she lives with shamans. Sigrun has a deep connection with Tomb Raider games and novels. She loves Celtic, Egyptian and Víking history, Folklore & World ancient History.

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Mentions in the episode:

  • Golden circle: Þingvellir, Kerið, Laugarvatn Fontana, Geysir, Gullfoss waterfall (4-6h roundtrip)
  • South Coast: Reykjadalur hot river IN Hveragerði; Seljalandfoss waterfall; Hekla volcano; Eyjafjallajökull volcano; Lava center; Lava Cave; Skógafoss waterfall; Reynisfjara (Black sand beach); Vík; Sólheimarjokull glacier; National Park of Skaftafell and Glacier Lagoon
  • Best places to whale watching: Snaefellsness Península for Orcas in Ólafsvík; for blue whales, humpback and minke whales Húsavík up north after Akureyri
🇮🇸 PODCAST 004: Travel to Reykjavik ft Sigrun de Almeida

4 thoughts on “PODCAST 004: Travel to Reykjavik ft Sigrun de Almeida

  1. Whale watching would be so amazing! Thanks for the extra information about the places mentioned in the episode. 🙂

      1. The thing about travelling is you will always be there “at the wrong time” for something… but your job is to work out what you are “at the right time” for, and then go hard out to have the best experience you can. Like you and the Northern Lights in Alaska, my friend. It would have been great to see, but they’re still waiting there for next time 🙂 And I bet your Alaskan experience was amazing despite this. Cheers.

        1. Oh, yes. It was a great Alaskan experience. Yes, I’m a bit sorry I didn’t see them but that wasn’t the purpose of the journey anyway. You said it so right: it is our responsibility to make sure we take the most of our trips and not leave things for chances.

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