Last Updated on: 19th September 2021, 06:01 pm
Looking for hilarious Iceland puns to share with friends before a trip to Iceland? Or want a few clever jokes to use as Iceland Instagram captions on your trip? Here are my favorite Iceland jokes and puns to help make your amazing trip to Iceland even more enjoyable!
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My Favorite Travel Booking Sites for 2023
These are my favorite companies that I use on my own travels.
Find cheap flights with CheapOair.
Find the best deals on hotels & vacation rentals on Booking.com.
For road trips and ground transportation, rent a car through Discover Cars.
Find information and cruise reviews on Cruise Critic.
For packing and travel essentials order via Amazon.
Store your luggage safely with Radical Storage.
How to Use these Iceland Puns & Jokes
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My Favorite Iceland Puns & Jokes
It’s hard not to make a Gulfoss about how beautiful Iceland is.
Want to know how beautiful Iceland is? It’s so pretty that they sky is green with envy!
This hike has us huffing and Puffin!
Iceland is FOSS-inating!
Don’t get cold feet before walking on glaciers!
Iceland? Try NICE-land!
It’s the Perlan of Reykjavik.
Is it Selfoss that I’m not ready to leave?
This is one Hekla of a place!
These lava fields are unbe-LAVA-ble.
Iceland, I Skatafell for you.
Icelandic sheep are b-EWE-tiful!
Iceland is the perfect place to blow off steam.
You geysir gonna love this!
Hoping to meet a nice geysir in Iceland.
Riding Icleandic horses was a spur of the moment decision.
Hellnar, I’m not ready to leave Iceland!
The first Icelanders communicated by Norse Code.
I’m over the Blue Lagoon for Iceland!
The mountain is so pretty that I Kirkjufell for it!
Iceland makes a great frost impression.
Iceland is a MOSS-see destination.
This Icelandic horse is such a stud!
These Icelandic sheep want to wool the world.
In Iceland, it’s always sweater weather.
How sweater it is to be loved by you.
Do you have any great Iceland puns or jokes? Leave them in the comments and I’ll add them to the list!
5 Things to Bring With You to Iceland
The Lonely Planet Iceland guidebook or the Rick Steves Iceland guidebook for your trip. It can be kind of a pain to find the major guidebooks once you land, or you’ll find them overpriced. I always like to pick mine up ahead of time.
Sunscreen since you’ll be outside a lot more than back home.
Travel Insurance Policy information, because things happen on the road. I pay for World Nomads, and I happily recommend them. It’s especially important to get travel insurance if you’re going to be doing any hiking or outdoor activities in Iceland.
Iceland Travel Resources
Here are my resources to help you plan your trip. Start with my Iceland packing list so you know what to bring with you year-round.
Next, check out my guide to Icelandic souvenirs, which also includes some awesome Reykjavik shopping tips.
Where to Stay in Reykjavik
Almost everyone who comes to Reykjavik will end up spending at least one night in Iceland’s beautiful capital.
There are a lot of options for accommodations in Reykjavik, but it is definitely not a traditional budget destination! I’m including a recommendation for Reykjavik hotels and hostels for each of the following budget categories:
- Budget: A room in a hostel, usually $35-50 USD per night for a dorm bed.
- Mid-range: Around $75-100 USD per night
- Luxury: Around $150 per night or more
Budget: Iceland is no budget destination, but the hostel dorms at Reykjavik Downtown HI Hostel are affordable and in a great location. You can stay in the mixed dormitory or women can book a room in the female-only dorm. Includes free wifi and the option to add breakfast. Check the pricing, reviews, and availability here.
Mid-Range: For our trip to Reykjavik, we stayed at the self-catering Stay Apartments Einholt. We loved having a self-catering room since we actually cooked half of our dinners and all of our breakfasts in our apartment to save money on the trip overall. We also loved the location. It’s close to downtown within easy walking distance to the main sites. The price was right in our budget for two people, too. Check the pricing, reviews, and availability here.
Luxury: For a real luxury experience in Reykjavik, stay at the four-star Exeter Hotel by Keahotels which is located right near the city’s most important sites. Rooms are super modern and beautifully done, with a cozy take on industrial chic. You can come back and relax in the hotel’s sauna and enjoy the on-site restaurant. Check the pricing, reviews, and availability here.
Finally, Don’t Forget Travel Insurance!
While in Iceland, make sure you have a valid Travel Insurance Policy because accidents happen on the road. I pay for World Nomads, and I happily recommend them. It’s especially important to get travel insurance if you’ll be hanging out in cities where tourists can be the victims of pickpockets and in places where you’ll be doing a lot of outdoor activity.
I have been a paying customer of World Nomads for travel insurance for two years, and I happily recommend them. If you get sick, injured, or have your stuff stolen, you’ll be happy to have the ability to pay for your medical bills or replace what’s stolen or broken.