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What to Pack for Iceland in Autumn

October 11, 2017
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Iceland in Autumn = Cold and Wet!

Prepare yourself for the cold, wet weather of Iceland in Autumn by following my easy packing tips. Filled with natural beauty and adventure, you will find yourself wanting to be outdoors your entire stay. The best way to do this is by staying warm and dry. I’ve shared some great items below that are a must  for a perfect weekend trip to Iceland this season. Whether you’re getting ready to walk the streets of Reykjavik or hike glaciers, these tips will help you to get started on your packing list for your next trip.

Wool Sweater

Rain Coat

Hiking Boots

Swimwear


I know what you’re thinking. A bathing suit for cold weather….why? Three words, The Blue Lagoon. This is one of the most popular attractions in Iceland so remember to pack your swim wear for some spa treatments in this geothermal oasis.

Hats/Gloves/Scarf

Waterproof Pants

Perfect for glacier hiking and whale watching, these are the best pants to keep water out. Stay warm and dry with these stylish waterproof pants.

Leggings

****Wool Socks****

For people like me who can’t stand to have cold or wet feet, wool socks will do the trick. They will keep your feet warm and dry for those glacier treks.

 

Packing for Iceland and preparing for a trip to one of the most beautiful countries in the world has been exciting. There’s so much to see and do there, the landscape takes your breath away in the process. But, wherever you go this autumn, just remember to have fun and stay safe. Happy Travels!

 

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