Iceland Trip | Winter 2018
Jon had some extra PTO days left for 2018, so I started looking at the cheapest flights to see where we could go. Turns out, Iceland round trip tickets were only about $250 - score! You may think we’re crazy for heading to Iceland in winter - actually, I think you’re right, we are pretty crazy (the crazy part is I went back less than a month later) . But seeing the Northern Lights has been on my bucket list for a while, and this was our chance.
Spoiler alert - we didn’t see the Northern Lights on this trip.
It actually wasn’t as cold as I had expected. Sure, it was windy, but the temperatures were in the 30s pretty much the whole time. In fact, it was colder in Pittsburgh!
Iceland was pretty amazing. I fell in love with the landscape (one of the reasons I went back so soon!). We saw waterfalls, glaciers, mountains & more. The pictures don’t do it justice.
Keep an eye on the blog, because soon I’ll be sharing my January trip to Iceland, which included an amazing, out-of-this-world epic engagement session.
Want to travel together for some epic photos? Let’s chat!