Though the Aurora hid behind the clouds we enjoyed every part of the trip and were able to do snowmobiling, hike a mountain, and went on a dog sledding tour which was one of the best experiences. Without any doubt we will travel again with Nordic Visitor in the future -hopefully near future.
Your company is outstanding in every way. The booking agents were responsive when we had questions. The information provided was excellent.
The tour guides and the company's you contracted with are without exception outstanding. I would recommend your company to anyone who is planning a Scandinavian trip We loved Iceland, the people and we have a myriad of experiences to reflect back on.
What a fantastic holiday. It worked smoothly from beginning to end. Thank you Nordic Visitor and in particular Dagny. The overall experience exceeded our expectations. We loved the attention to detail. Annie obviously understood what type of planning we wanted. We were able to be spontaneous if we saw something that we wanted to include. Many of the owners of accommodations told us how happy they were to be working with Nordic Visitors.
The travel guide was sturdy, survived the trip in one piece, even served as a plate for our lunches eaten in the car as we would return from a walk. We took scotch tape along to mend the map, it's pretty big to handle in the car. And a highlighter to add stops and reminders to help us when we start putting our pictures together. But, the travel guide will be the most helpful when it comes to putting our travel album together.
The places we stayed at were so very nice. I don't know how we would rank them. The owners were so very nice and helpful. Giving us directions and making recommendations on dinners and even making reservations for us.
The locations of the accommodations were usually within walking distance of village centers. Picking up our rental car was speedy and well organized. A new car was ready for us and they took the time to go over key points of the car. Excellent service and a well organised trip. The ease of getting about was further helped by the amazingly good English spoken by almost everyone we interacted with, even in the more remote areas of the country.Ok, Got it Info Return to the homepage by clicking on the site logo.
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Based on our daily interactions with insiders, the pain points of our prospects, and what is happening in the connected world, this is where we see things headed.
The CDN ecosystem is dominated by a few big players. They also give up access to key features only next-gen CDNs can offer like raw logs, APIs, realtime purging and reporting, modern control interfaces, GitHub integration and more. For these reasons, companies using traditional CDNs will reach their breaking point in 2015.
Google has been pushing for more online security, especially given all the breaches in 2014. The major search engine has also started using HTTPS as an SEO ranking signal. Here are the main reasons why connections made over SSL will double again:Traditional CDNs that dominate market share focus on their biggest clients and pay little attention to the mid-market. Instead support tickets go hours or days without a response, only to be handed off to a less-than-knowledgeable staff or redirected to an outdated FAQ or unmoderated forum.
At MaxCDN, we have an average ticket response time of under five minutes and a Net Promoter Score above 80. Customers will continue to become more sophisticated, with multi-CDN strategies becoming more common.
Easy-to-use APIs and a consistent experience along with high performance and reliability will continue to separate the well-run CDNs from the rest of the pack. HTTPS will become the mainstream. With the speed benefits from SPDY and the latest security issues (Snowden) there will be a huge movement toward an HTTPS-only internet. Google already puts the pressure with SEO bonuses for HTTPS-enabled websites, and other companies like MaxCDN collaborate to provide free SSL. This means that all CDNs will need to adjust and embrace technologies such as SNI and SPDY, and at the same time reconsider charging extra for HTTPS requests.
This will push the Browser to become more of an operating system rather than Windows or Mac OS X. It is still years away, but I believe this initiative will encourage developers to write more software for the browser because it will have a near native feeling. Content delivery networks will be a huge factor in this initiative. Assets will need to be as close to the last mile as possible to provide a native feeling.
Progress bars that take over 2 seconds to load the content will be unacceptable to the UX. DSA (Dynamic Site Acceleration) will be a huge feature that all CDNs will need to have in order to provide a positive user experience. The mobile growth trend will continue and more people will adopt mobile first methodologies. Designers, developers, ad networks, CDNs, and content providers.Dont be cheap get em when they are here.
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Tom Brunning, United Kingdom Adventures and Activities in Reykjavik, July 2012 It was a great holiday, really enjoed by the whole family. Very well organised on the whole. All the guides were extremely friendly and helpful making all the the tours interesting.
I think the highlight was the day in the super jeep tour. Ahmet, Turkey Expedition Voyage around Spitsbergen, June 2012 Hi Cecilia Very professional. BetsyGite, United States Iceland Full Circle, May 2012 Nordic Visitor planned our full circle tour of Iceland in early May.
Barbara and Jim, United States Exotic Hideaways, May 2012 Maria - We can't tell you enough what a spectacular vacation we had in Iceland. Audra, United States Express Iceland, May 2012 Everything was extremely well done, I though. Peter, Australia Scenic Fjords of Norway, May 2012 Nordic Visitor impressed us from the start with instant replies to Emails and the ability to call Nordic Visitor using a 1800 number from Australia, as I did once, was great.An Illustrated Guide to OAuth and OpenID Connect
Richard, United States Winter Activity Week in Iceland, March 2012 Your staff was very helpful setting up the trip with our special requests and making sure things were right while we were on the trip. Jan, United Kingdom Northern Comfort in a Holiday Cottage, February 2012 We have traveled independently many times but with a short stay of one week decided that going through a travel company would help us make best use of our time- and the ability to do a 'facilitated' self guided tour was perfect for us.
Alice, United Kingdom Northern Comfort in a Holiday Cottage, January 2012 Kevin, Canada Iceland Full Circle, September 2011 The information package was so good that a meeting with my travel agent was not required. Megan, United States Romance Around Iceland, August 2011 We had a wonderful experience.
Paul, United Kingdom Iceland Full Circle, July 2011 Our overall experience was very good and we would definitely be happy to recommend Nordic Visitor to friends and family. Katrin, United States Iceland Grand Tour, June 2011 I usually book all our vacations myself and was a little nervous about handing the vacation over to a stranger, but Nordic Visitor has changed my mind. James and Misty, United States Golden Circle and South Coast - Winter, April 2011 Why chose this tour because we had a limited time in Iceland and wanted to see as much as we could in the time allotted.
Diane, United States Romance Around Iceland, October 2010 Dear Maria: It's been a while since my son and his bride have retuned from their Icelandic dream honeymoon. All the best to you and happy holidays. Filipe Tempero, Portugal Scenic Ring of Iceland, June 2010 Just want to thank you and Nordic Visitor team for the excellent service you providenever experienced in a travel agency such a professional and kind treatment.
Linda, United States Sweden in a Nutshell, July 2009 Thank you so very much for organizing our recent trip to Sweden.Kayla was an awesome guide. She's knowledgeable, friendly and makes you forget you aren't eating during the tour as she paints such vivid images in her stories. My friend and I went on the Ghost Tour with Kyle.
He was great, very informative and funny. He explained the stories behind the buildings we visited around the French Quarter that were deemed haunted. The pace of the tour was perfect and he spoke. MoreWe did both the French Quarter and St. Louis Cemetery tours and Kyle was our guide for both. Kyle was great, he had a lot of great information, kept a comfortable pace and had a lot of fun facts.
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