The Iceland guide book for planning an affordable, adventurous and culturally enriching trip to Iceland.
Genre: Icleand travel guide and Iceland travel tips.
Formats Available: Kindle and Paperback
Length: 122 pages
Release Date: August 11, 2019
Available on Amazon – #1 New Release in Iceland & Greenland Travel
Danielle Desir visited Iceland for the first time in 2015 after reading hundreds of Iceland articles and spending countless hours scrolling through gorgeous photos of Iceland’s natural landscape. Since then, Danielle has visited Iceland three times with her most recent trip in 2018.
Iceland continues to be one of her favorite travel destinations and it is where she touched a glacier, walked behind a waterfall, stood several feet away from a geysir, climbed down an 8,000-year-old lava tube, rode an Icelandic horse and so much more!
Written with black women in mind, in this book Danielle encourages black women to visit Iceland and experience Iceland’s incredible landscape, unique food and rich culture.
- Pros/cons for black women traveling to Iceland
- What to pack for Iceland
- Things to do in Iceland
- Travel diary section (journal about your trip)
What Readers Are Saying
I was on the fence about visiting Iceland but now that I’ve read this guide I am longing to go more than ever! This country sounds too beautiful to pass up. I enjoyed the honest, helpful advice and insider tips mentioned. This book is tailored toward black female travelers but honestly anyone can save money and time when traveling to Iceland using the tips and strategies mentioned. Will keep all the food and attractions recommendations in mind as I plan my trip.
This book has practical advice for every traveler interested in Iceland, like how to make sure your passport will be accepted, why you shouldn’t bother packing an umbrella, and when to rent a car vs when to take a bus tour to must-see spots around Iceland. But on top of that, it gives great advice that’s specific to black women, like what to do about people staring and any safety issues. And for the adventurers, there’s info on where to find the best waterfalls, lagoons and when you’re most likely to catch the northern lights. Read this book ahead of time for trip prep, and take it with you as a resource. There’s room to take notes directly in the book.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Iceland guide. As an African-American solo female traveler, you are always concerned about which places you can go and feel safe. Due to the fact that the author has traveled there several times, makes me feel reassured. Even if you identify with another race/ethnicity you can still use this guide to help you navigate Iceland. I would be interested in trying foods such as shark and seeing beautiful scenery such as the Northern Lights. Check out this book if you are planning an upcoming trip to Iceland.
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