My name is Einar Sveinn Westlund and I am 30-year-old Icelandic adventure guide and owner of Feast in the Wild. I love to explore nature, travel and food. I am curious and I like to share what I have learned. For the past 13 years I have lived in 6 different countries including Iceland, Italy, Canada, Finland, France and Denmark. Each country has taught me different things about culture, people and food. In 2014 I graduated with a 2-year Adventure Guide Diploma from Thompson Rivers University in Canada. In 2015 I started to guide. Since then I have guided numerous amount of people that were happy with my service. I always try to learn something new from every group that I guide. In 2020 I learned how to forage wild edible plants from Michael Fitzner of restaurant Noma in Copenhagen for seven months. It is fascinating to learn about the different Nordic flavors that can be found in nature. When guiding I try to be both informative and entertaining.
Looking forward to showing you around the spectacular places in Iceland and meeting you.
-Einar Sveinn Westlund
Owner, CEO, Guide, Cook, and everything else at Feast in the Wild
LAUGAVEGUR 6-DAY HIKING TOUR
Stunning hike in the Southern Highlands of Iceland. Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk. Sleeping in tents, cooking and eating in a kitchen tent. 10 guests max per group.
Total price 1490€
Iceland - 2022
SVEINSTINDUR-SKÆLINGAR-STRÚTUR (SSS) 6-DAY HIKING TOUR
Two hikes in Iceland have been merged together for this exclusive hike.
Sleeping in small huts.
10 guests max per group
Total price 1790€
Iceland - 2022
Updated 7th of July 2022
All Trips in summer of 2022
3rd – 8th of August 2022 – 5 Spots left
11th – 16th of August 2022 – 3 Spots left
17th – 24th of July 2022 – 5 Spots Left
25th – 30th of July 2022 – Only 1 Spot Left
I was so pleased on this trip with Einar and his skill. I was 69 and older than then group, but we all stayed together and I never felt like the pace was to fast. our group were just amazing people from all types of life and we got along fabulously. Highly recommended. Great food, fun conversation and Icelandic beauty. A million laughs.
Michael Louthan - 2021 - USA
Traveling to Iceland in times of Covid-19
Updated June 13th, '22
All Covid-19 restrictions within Iceland have been lifted as of Feb 25th, 2022. Restrictions at the boarder still apply
Americans no longer require a positive test for COVID-19 prior to return back to the United States.
You can travel to Iceland without quarantine if you are fully vaccinated, previous positive infection (documented) can count as one vaccination out of 3.
Everyone must pre-register before departure at maximum 72 hours before traveling https://visit.covid.is/registration/
Everyone must show a negative PCR test or Rapid antigen test that is not older than 72 hours of the first leg of travel.
It's easy to book and take antigen test from downtown Reykjavík