Re Iceland

To: Mike Honeyman <>
Subject: Re Iceland
From: Mike Honeyman <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2012 13:33:04 +1100
Accidentally hit send while trying to get the boys to sit still for more than 
five seconds, sorry.....

> Hi Sonja
> Out and about on the NSW south coast at the moment so don't have access to 
> refs but would definitely recommend Iceland, though can't really recommend 
> any guides as we went for three weeks as part of a conservation project, 
> working in Pingvellir National Park. That said we found Iceland quite 
> accessible, particularly in the SE within a few hours of Rekyavik and I think 
> much could be done self-guided. A guided tour might be useful for a trip on 
> the summer roads into the interior (which we did, 'guided' by the parks staff 
> we were working for), or to head to the north / east. I don't recall much 
> about the wildlife, we didn't have much time for that. I recall we had divers 
> on Pingvellir lake, and seeing an Arctic Fox on the drive inland!
There has been a birders guide to Iceland released recently, will dig out the 
link for that when I get home.
Sorry if I've been a bit vague in the meantime, more information will be 
available when I get home!


> Sent from my iPhone

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