For a long time, Iceland was a relative nobody in the travel world. It didn’t have the popularity of Western Europe or the reputation of other Nordic countries. But thanks to Instagram and budget airline option (i.e. the now defunct WOW air), Iceland has exploded in popularity among travelers over the years.
In my opinion, Iceland is the perfect jumping off point for a solo female traveler. Its sweeping landscapes and friendly people will make you want to return again and again. My trips have been fantastic experiences, and even though people say Iceland is overtouristed, I’ve had plenty of amazing experiences without crazy crowds.
So what exactly can you expect from a solo trip to Iceland? Read on and find out.
Solo Travel Safety
One of the biggest concerns for aspiring solo female travelers is safety, which is why