Iceland increasingly popular at Christmas

The days when Iceland was viewed as a purely summer destination are well and truly in the past, with tour operators around the country reporting bumper demand over the festive season, Iceland monitor reports.
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Record tourist numbers and spending

Records fell again in July this year as more tourists visited Iceland and spent more money on their cards than ever before.
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Visiting Iceland: 14 dos and don'ts

Vacationing and travelling should be pleasant and joyful experiences. The following article from Lonely Planet has many useful pointers on how to travel safely in Iceland.
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Some Highland Routes Open, but Travelers Warned

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.
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Who will fly to Akureyri?

The North Iceland Marketing Office is currently in talks with an undisclosed foreign airline on the subject of international flights to Akureyri (AEY).
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Workshop on Adventure Tourism in Iceland

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.
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Signing of Code of Conduct for Responsible Whale Watching

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.
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NATA invites tourism and travel support applications

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.
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Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality and Research - Call for session proposals

The 24th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality and Research will be held in Reykjavík October 1st-3rd 2015. Symposium theme is: Responsible tourism?
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