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Getaway to Iceland: Spend Valentine’s Day in Iceland

February 13th-17th, 2020 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Iceland is a place of contradictions. This is where the Northern Lights dance through the dark skies of winter, and the sun barely sets in the summer. Where you can experience the bustling nightlife of Reykjavik contrasted with the jagged lava fields of the countryside all in the same day. Soak in the mineral water of a geothermal spa. Witness the pristine, extraordinary landscape, and dine on the freshest seafood you will ever eat. Discover the history, nature and geological forces that have combined to create the unique culture of this fascinating island.

This tour will explore Reykjavik and its surrounding countryside and you’ll experience the very heart of Iceland. Start and end your days in Reykjavik with time to wander through the vibrant city on your own.

Kirkjufell Mountain, West Iceland

Kirkjufell Mountain, West Iceland

The Land of Fire & Ice

March 19th-24th, 2020 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

Get away from the city and explore the best of Iceland's countryside on this long weekend adventure. This newly designed itinerary spend two nights in the capital of Reykjavik and 2 nights in the countryside. This will allow you to experience the natural beauty of the island on a short getaway trip.

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Iceland Panorama

July 5th-12th, 2020 | Maximum Group Size: 15 Participants | Availability: Open

From the capital city, Reykjavik, to the “capital of the north”, Akureyri, this tour covers the north, west and south of Iceland for an in-depth exploration of what this stunning island has to offer. Witness the pristine and extraordinary landscape of this geological wonderland. Explore colossal glaciers, active volcanoes, geysers and cascading waterfalls and dine on the freshest local seafood you may ever eat.