Iceland Vegan Travel Guide

Iceland Vegan Travel Blogs

Guide to Vegan Eating in Iceland (and Other Tips)

Iceland has been on my bucket list for a very long time, and finally in February 2017 I went! However, I travelled to Iceland filled with excitement but also fear that the only things to eat were shark and whale! […]

How to Get Around in Iceland

Flying into a place that looks like Mars, I expected it to be pretty difficult to get around from place to place without the help of aliens. Even on a map, it really only looks like there is one road […]

Vegan Food in Reykjavik, Iceland

 Vegan Food in Reykjavik, Iceland There were definitely a long list of places that came to my mind when thinking of vegan-friendly countries before I even considered Iceland. I had heard about the amount of fish that is popular and […]

Activities in Iceland

Krónan – Laugavegur

Krónan is a chain of grocery stores in Iceland that carries fresh fruits and vegetables and a variety of vegan snacks, in addition to the traditional omnivore grocery store selections.

Blue Lagoon Iceland

The Blue Lagoon was formed in 1976 during operation at the nearby geothermal power plant. In the years that followed, people began to bathe in the unique water and apply the silica mud to their skin. Those with psoriasis noticed […]

Reykjavik Smart Bike

Reykjavik Smart Bike is a family operated company by a group of great minded people with a range of life experiences which share a passion for our amazing city. Our philosophy is simple; we strive to give our guests the […]

Gullfoss Waterfall

Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) is a public landmark in South Iceland, free to visit and open 24/7.

Transportation in Iceland

Reykjavik Excursions

Reykjavik Excursions began operating bus tours in 1968 and has since been the leading organizer of Day Tours in Iceland. Reykjavik Excursions – Kynnisferðir has operated the Flybus transfer busses from Keflavík International Airport to the capital Reykjavík since 1979 […]

FlyBus by Reykjavik Excursions

The FlyBus takes passengers from Keflavík International Airport (KEF) to their hotel, and also arranges for pick-ups from area hotels listed on their website. Free wifi is available.

Wow Air

Cheap flights to Iceland and Europe! WOW air is an Icelandic low-cost carrier that was founded in November 2011 and describes itself as “the airline with the biggest smile and lowest prices”. The airline operates services to a total of […]

Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

Voted one of Europe’s best airports, over 6.25 million passengers are expected to fly through Keflavik Airport in 2016 Keflavik International Airport is the gateway to Iceland and a convenient hub between Europe and North America.

The videos and blogs on this page were contributed by members of our vegan community who recently traveled to Europe and graciously shared their travel experiences. Follow your fellow vegan travelers as they explore Iceland compassionately, meet local vegans and other vegan travelers, and share the amazing vegan food they find during their travels! They share the sites they visited, the places they stayed at, vegan shops they found, and the sites and activities they enjoyed during their time in Iceland. Some also visit animal sanctuaries in the countries they travel to and kindly share the stories of the animals they meet. Join our vegan community and share your travel adventures with our global vegan community and collectively we can show the world how easy it is to be vegan and travel compassionately.

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