Leighann and Caitlyn
Thanks for visiting our honeymoon registry. We're incredibly excited to plan this amazing trip and while your gift is not necessary, if you choose to contribute to our honeymoon, we would be very grateful! We'll be spending a couple of weeks wandering around Iceland, relaxing in the hot springs, tempting fate on volcano tours, and exploring the beautiful landscape from the country side to the city. Thank you for sharing in this amazing time in our lives and we can't wait to celebrate with you!Iceland Akureyri, Iceland Selfoss, Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's main road is called the Ring Road which runs around the island and connects most populous parts of the country. At 832 total miles, a car might come in handy.
The Blue Lagoon is Iceland's famous geothermal spa. With average water temperate of 98 - 102 degrees, a day in the water will be a nice break from the 50 degree weather (which is on the warm side f...
Reykjavik has a crazy nightlife scene. With the sun going down at 11pm at certain times of the year, pubs are open 24 hours. You don't think we would miss that kind of opportunity, do you?
A comfortable private penthouse to help us relax and sleep soundly after long days of exploring the largest and most populous city in Iceland.
Akureyri is the second largest urban area in Iceland and has a robust cultural scene. We’re renting a private residence to help us explore the city from the perspective of the locals.
We will be able to explore the Medieval Trading Place in Gasir which is about 8 miles north of Akureyri. In no other place in Iceland is it possible to find so many antiquities from a trading post ...
Iceland's famous erupting geyser, located in the aptly-named town Geysir, is one of the most persistent geysers in the world erupting every 5-10 minutes with a single burst reaching a height of up ...
This picture-perfect waterfall is one of the most iconic places in Iceland. Over 100 ft. tall, it gushes water down a steep-sided canyon and on a sunlit day, the mist clouds surrounding the hammeri...
Ride on ATV between lava and black sand up between two mountains, Húsafell and Fiskidalsfjall, and ride up onto the mountain Hagafell to find a great view over the Blue Lagoon and the island of Eldey.
Most of the trip, we'll be staying in privately owned homes and apartments with full kitchens. This will allow us to have home cooked meals and enjoy some downtime. We're open to recipes and sugges...
RUB 23 is one of Akureyri's most popular restaurants. RUB is known for letting patrons create their own "rubs" (or marinades) for their fresh fish and steak. Somewhat of a science experiment and we...
Breakfast is what gets the day going, so help us start our day right by buying us a hearty breakfast and/or lunch. Iceland has some interesting cuisine, make a suggestion and we'll try it out on yo...
The village of Laugarvatn carries the name of the beautiful lake it sits next to. Lake Laugarvatn is a shallow lake - just over 2 square kilometers - but it is big and rich in aquatic life. It's na...
Brennivin is a brand of schnapps that is considered to be Iceland's signature liquor. It is made from fermented potato mash and is flavored with caraway seeds, often called "Black Death" by the loc...
We're going before the whole place freezes over, but with average temps between 43 and 52, we'll need to stay bundled up. Not to mention the serious chance of consistent rainfall and overall mist.
We would love nothing more than to return home and share pictures of our adventure with you. In order to make sure that happens, a waterproof (shatterproof) camera case would really help.
Isafjordur has earned its reputation as the sea kayaking center of Iceland. The reason is the endless possibilities for kayaking in the fjords and bays that are close by but still so remote.