By now you’ve probably heard the news that the holiday season is about to get underway, and with good reason: It’s the most expensive time of the year.
That’s why the Icelandic government has issued a warning to visitors to their country that they must be careful when visiting Iceland’s national parks and islands.
The new warning, which was issued by the country’s tourism department, reads in part: “We strongly advise all visitors not to take pictures in the national parks or other protected areas.
Please stay indoors, in the shade, and do not wander outside.”
We’ve already talked about the fact that the Icelandic summer months can be quite chilly in the winter months, so if you want to avoid that, be sure to stay indoors and avoid taking photos in public places.
However, we’re not sure what this advice is really going to do for Icelanders visiting their islands.
We’ve reached out to the Icelandic tourism department for more details.
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