Business & Government Nature & Environment Jan 30, 2018

Travel Tips from Iceland’s First Lady

Learn how to make the most of your trip and be a safe and responsible tourist.

When it comes to traveling for any tourist, it’s important to remember some tips for smart and environmentally sustainable travel throughout a foreign country. This is especially true in countries with valuable natural land, such as Iceland. Who better to learn how to safely travel through Iceland from than the country’s very own First Lady, Eliza Reid? A Taste of Iceland veteran literature speaker, Eliza was also recently appointed as Special Ambassador for Tourism by the World Tourism Organization. Check out some of her tips on how to safely and responsibly travel through Iceland:

If you’re in Reykjavik, Eliza also recommends starting your day at one of the local cafes and then checking out some of the artisanal shops, breweries, or chocolate and cheese makers. As always, she also suggests getting a tour and seeing a show at the world-famous Harpa concert hall, or getting an “authentic Icelandic experience” by relaxing and unwinding in one of the geothermal pools.

Are you ready to be a smart and safe traveler? Take Inspired by Iceland’s pledge to be a responsible traveler and receive your badge today!