Geography & Geology Explorer
3, 4, 5, 6, 7 days | Year round
These itineraries focus on the area between Reykjavik and the south coast village of Vik and incorporate much that Iceland is best known for - geysers, waterfalls, hot springs, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, volcanoes and countless breathtaking geological features.
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5 days | Year round
Ideal for those studying biology, physics, chemistry, geography, geology, environmental science and photography, this itinerary covers a number of sites which offer a cross-curricular focus whilst witnessing some of Iceland’s most magnificent natural features.
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Small Group Travel
5 days | February & October
If you are struggling to recruit numbers for your Iceland trip our new set departure dates are the answer. During October and February half terms we are offering small groups the opportunity to partner with other schools helping keep costs to a minimum.
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Walking & Adventure
5, 6, 7, 8 days | Year Round
The perfect option for walking enthusiasts and adventure seekers! Our Walking and Adventure itineraries are designed to showcase Iceland's natural wonders in an active and stimulating way. Focusing on either the south or south-east of Iceland, the itineraries keep trave...
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Off the Beaten Track
6, 10 days | Year Round
Discover the true heart of Iceland and uncover fascinating parts of this enchanting island that many leave unexplored. With around 102,000 sq km of raw rugged landscape and an abundance of geological features, one visit to Iceland is simply never enough! So whether you ...
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New York & Iceland
6 days | Year round
Contrast the rugged beauty of Iceland’s unspoilt wilderness with the hustle and bustle of one of the most iconic cities in the world. With the natural wonders of sub-Arctic Iceland and the mega-city environment of New York this itinerary provides students with a unique ...
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