About This Course
Buckle up and grab your favorite gas station snacks ‘cause we’re taking you on a road trip in southern Iceland! Explore the countryside with Johnny and Iz as they fill you in on how exactly one can embark on their own road trip in Iceland. Along the way, you’ll learn about this Nordic island’s culture and nature, proper hot spring etiquette, and the context and importance of the ever-so-famous Iceland glaciers. By the end of the course, you’ll be armed with a clear itinerary and a good grasp of how to navigate the tricky, icy roads. Also, if we’re just being honest, the visuals will take your breath away!
What you will learn
How to craft a 4-6 day itinerary through Southern Iceland
How to best experience Iceland's hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers, and beaches
A brief history of Iceland
What makes Iceland's unique geology unique
Major facets of Icelandic culture
Key tips for driving in Iceland
Airport arrival and visa information
Southern Iceland Road Trip
by Johnny & Iz Harris
This course includes
Watch Lesson Samples
Watch Lesson Samples
Iz Harris guides you through your arrival at Keflavik airport so you can hit the ground running once you arrive in Iceland.
There are several options for road trip vehicles, and in this lesson, Iz shares the pros and cons of each so you can figure out which suits you best.
Explore the various accommodation options available throughout Iceland to help determine where you want to stay for your trip.
Johnny & Iz are a husband and wife duo of travel journalists. Together, they travel the world, documenting, telling stories, and sharing them with their audiences. They also work as producers and hosts for Vox Media. Johnny has produced 5 seasons of his show Borders - a deep dive into and human perspective of the many Borders around the globe. Iz has produced two seasons of her series, Travel, Eat, Repeat where she takes on a location, showing it through the lens of the local cuisine. Now, as co-founders of Bright Trip, their mission is to take what they’ve learned and loved in traveling the world, and share that with others - creating a community of enlightened and curious travelers.