Last year, a whopping 1.7 million people visited Iceland. In fact, the series of Americans alone who visited the country outnumbered Iceland’s own population. Now, two million visitors are expected by the finish of 2017.
With so many tourists Instagramming their Icelandic hot-spring soaks, veteran transport author Trevor Morrow, who runs the blog “Trevor Morrow Travel: Dude-Approved Travel, Food, and Gear,” knew he needed to knowledge a opposite kind of Iceland once he finally done the tour there.
“I’ve been seeing some-more and some-more friends posting implausible photos from Iceland these days,” he told Business Insider. “They’ve all desirous me to go, but we really wanted to get off the frequented path, divided from the common points of interest, and find the idealized chronicle of Iceland I’ve graphic in my conduct for years: remote, quiet, untouched, devastatingly beautiful, and all mine.”
While acid for that kind of experience, Morrow found Eleven Experience’s Deplar Farm. Located in Iceland’s remote, northern Troll Peninsula, he motionless it was the ideal place to knowledge a opposite kind of trip. The hotel invited him to stay, and Morrow shared his knowledge with Business Insider.