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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you going on a hiking journey with Viking Women?

Here are some hiking tips from us.

Below you’ll find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Feel free to contact us and we’ll make sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

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Facts and recommendations from us!

Our tours are guided in english. 

You'll find free wifi all over Iceland. ​

 

When hiking and staying in huts in Iceland do not expect fancy food options.

 

We only cater to vegetarians and allergies during hikes due to limitations in the huts.


Best time to see the northern lights is from mid-November to mid-April. 

 

Prepare for ever-changing weather and dress warm (water and windproof), avoid cotton.

Thermals or wool underwear are a necessity no matter the season.

We recommend bringing snow traction cleats for the icy roads in winter. 

 

Iceland is a big country in size though we have few habitants, so prepare for long and beautiful drives. 

 

Tours, admission tickets, and dinner reservations need to be made in advance.

Bring your bathing suit and towel to Iceland, we recommend wearing a hat whilst bathing outdoors in winter.

A reusable water bottle is a must, we drink the best water in the world from tap.

In Iceland you can pay everywhere with wireless payments via card.

One suitcase should be enough.

Pack a sleeping mask in summer time as we have almost 24hr daylight. 

Bring a portable charger for the phone, Iceland uses the standard europlug socket with two round prongs.

Pack a lip balm for dry artic lips in winter. 

 

No shoes indoors please!
 
Last but not least, bring sunglasses for some sunny days on the glaciers.

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