Known collectively as Pink Iceland, Birna Hrönn, Hannes and Eva María are the country’s first and foremost gay-owned and operated travel experts. They specialise in day tours, weddings, events and tailor-made luxury travel.
A close neighbour to the world-famous Seljalandsfoss waterfall is Gljúfrabúi (which translates directly as the ‘one who lives in a canyon’). Put on some waterproof boots and make your way through the river to the small canyon where this amazing hidden cascade is to be found.
Iceland’s capital city is exploding with queer culture these days. Make a bee-line for Kiki Queer Bar and ask around if the variety group and queens of Reykjavik Drag-Súgur is performing. A highlight of Friday and Saturday evenings is the adult circus cabaret Skinnsemi.
Grandi is Reykjavík’s most up-and-coming neighbourhood, with loads of fantastic restaurants, as well as the Grandi Mathöll food court, all within walking distance of each other. Our favourites are the Bryggjan brewery, pizzas at Flatey and Valdís for ice creams.