The Volcano Visitors Box!
Want to visit the new eruption site in the near future? Well, we collected a few things into a discount box that might be of assistance! A large map of the area, a great photography book that shows you the actual eruption and every stage of it, some snacks for the hike, hot chocolate and our very own Best of Reykjavík Guide for the quality time before and after the hike!
This brand new book (published in December 2021) is self published by the Belgian born Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove. It offers a uniquely personal perspective of his journeys to the volcano as he made 44 visits and was there the day the eruption started and also witnessed the very end.
Breathtaking photography accompanied by fun little diary like inputs from the photographer.
The good old foldable map is making a comeback! Planning things out and getting a good idea about a vast area using a tiny screen just isn't doing it for many of us! We want to draw and even write notes on it! Maybe even frame it after the trip!
When going on a long and usually quite breezy and cold hike, bringing hot chocolate is just a must! And this is no ordinary hot chocolate let us tell you. Just a lot tastier than any of the global brands in our humble opinion.
* If out of stock we will send you Öræfi tea blend from Urta!
Doesn´t matter if it is summer or winter. There will be wind and it will most probably be quite cold. So wear a hat! This one will make you mix in with the locals!
Very good snack to take on a hike! It's rich in protein and energy and super light to bring with in a backpack.
More snack to take with to the volcano. This one is packed with energy for the way back! Lovely vanilla cream biscuits that Icelanders just love! Go especially well with hot chocolate!
You will need a place to stay, a place to eat, a place to drink and dance even! So here is
An Eruption of Joy and Excitement
It traveled from Iceland to New Kensington Pa USA quickly. The lamb jerky is excellent and the Kream kax and hot chocolate is very good too. I will be using the map and cap when I return to Reykjavik the last week of June 2022