Do you use plastic bottles more frequently while traveling because you don’t trust foreign tap water? If you nodded yes to this, rest assured while travelling in Iceland. Icelandic tap water or “kranavatn” is OK to drink.
But what makes it different, and how can you trust it’s safe to drink? All the credits go to lava because the tap water has been filtered through magma for many centuries, which kept it clean and fresh. Kranavatn will keep you hydrated, save you from wasting money on expensive plastic bottles, and protect the environment. So, next time you come for a visit, make sure to try a natural luxury, straight from the tap or one of the many water fountains provided by Reykjavik city, and it won’t cost you anything.