Several highland routes have been opened today, including into Dreki and Kverkfjöll, as well as the north of Kjalvegur. The highlands have remained closed unusually long this year due to very heavy winter snow and a cool, late spring.
North Atlantic Tourism Association (NATA), the Icelandic Tourist Board, and the Adventure Travel Trade Association in association with Keilir, Atlantic Centre of Excellence invite you to participate in a two day work shop about Adventure Tourism in the North Atlantic.
IceWhale – The Icelandic Association of Whale Watchers conducted a seminar and workshop February 19 and 20. The seminar is part of a series of seminars held by IceWhale, run in cooperation with the American Embassy in Iceland. The seminars are held in the wake of education visits last spring sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
NATA (North Atlantic Tourism Association) is an organisation that promotes and supports cooperation in tourism for the West Nordic countries: Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands. NATA now invites tourism and travel support applications. The deadline for applications is Wednesday February 25. 2015.
The Icelandic Tourist Board is an independent authority under the Ministry of Industries and Innovation . It’s activities are regulated through the Tourism Administration Act, which purpose is to promote the development of tourism as an economic sector and an important facet of Icelandic economic and societal activity.