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  • Fire and Ice

    Starting in the soulful city of Reykjavik, this trip will have you widening your eyes at the best of Iceland’s unique natural beauty. Along the way you’ll witness erupting geysers & cascading waterfalls, marvel at volcanoes & glaciers and soak in the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal mineral wonder surrounded by steam and stars. By the time it’s over, you’ll be floating home with a full camera reel and a lovestruck look plastered all over your face.

    $ 1,117
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  • Iceland Northern Lights & Golden Circle

    Iceland’s otherworldly aura seems to heighten at the winter months, when viewing of the Northern Lights is at its peak and the contrast between the cool, crisp air and its steaming geothermic hot springs heightens. Couple that with hiking through Þingvellir National Park, meeting the famous Icelandic horse, exploring lava caves, and chasing waterfalls, and you’ve got yourself a spectacular winter adventure like no other.

    $ 1,257
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  • Iceland Winter

    Most people that visit Iceland go in the summer, but there’s a whole other side to this place in the winter months. (It is called “Iceland,” after all.) Spend the first five days doing really cool things like hiking glaciers, exploring Þingvellir National Park, reflecting on life under the Northern Lights, and warming up in hot springs. Then spend two days on your own exploring colourful, cool Reykjavík and end off the journey at the famous Blue Lagoon. See another side of this amazing country.

    $ 1,904
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  • Iceland Northern Lights & Golden Circle — Plus

    Part of our new Travel with Confidence Plus Collection, this trip features a smaller group size, private transportation, en-suite bathrooms, and a discounted rate for My Own Room. Iceland’s otherworldly aura seems to heighten at the winter months, when viewing of the Northern Lights is at its peak and the contrast between the cool, crisp air and its steaming geothermic hot springs heightens. Couple that with hiking through Þingvellir National Park, visiting horse farms, exploring lava caves, and chasing waterfalls, and you’ve got yourself a spectacular winter adventure like no other.

    $ 1,481
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  • Explore Eastern Greenland

    Embark on a true polar adventure aboard the G Expedition on this 14-day journey through Greenland’s remote eastern coast. Explore deep into the fjords and glacial scenery of Northeast Greenland National Park, the world’s largest protected national park, keeping your eyes peeled for wildlife and the spectacular northern lights (if conditions are right, of course). With stops in storied local communities along the way, you’ll also learn about the indigenous history and culture from those who call this region their home.

    $ 5,588
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  • Classic Reykjavik Winter Mini Adventure

    Whether you’re adding on to a tour or hopping over for a long weekend, this three-day tour shows you Reykjavik’s best. Join your CEO for a trip to the Perlan Museum before heading out on a walking tour of the city’s fascinating street art. You’ll have free time to explore and opt for activities like whale watching, a trip to the Blue Lagoon or horseback riding. Reykjavik is the start of many Icelandic adventures, but can be one all on its own.

    $ 634
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  • Classic Reykjavik Summer Mini Adventure

    Whether you’re adding on to a tour or hopping over for a long weekend, this three-day tour shows you Reykjavik’s best. Join your CEO for a walking tour of the city, then go for a sunset dip in the Secret Lagoon. You’ll have free time to explore and opt for activities like horseback riding, whale watching, snorkelling, and more. Reykjavik is the start of many Icelandic adventures, but can be one all on its own.

    $ 761
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  • Fire and Ice

    Starting in the soulful city of Reykjavik, this trip will have you widening your eyes at the best of Iceland’s unique natural beauty. Along the way you’ll witness erupting geysers & cascading waterfalls, marvel at volcanoes & glaciers and soak in the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal mineral wonder surrounded by steam and stars. By the time it’s over, you’ll be floating home with a full camera reel and a lovestruck look plastered all over your face.

    $ 1,117
    Add to wish list
  • Iceland Northern Lights & Golden Circle

    Iceland’s otherworldly aura seems to heighten at the winter months, when viewing of the Northern Lights is at its peak and the contrast between the cool, crisp air and its steaming geothermic hot springs heightens. Couple that with hiking through Þingvellir National Park, meeting the famous Icelandic horse, exploring lava caves, and chasing waterfalls, and you’ve got yourself a spectacular winter adventure like no other.

    $ 1,257
    Add to wish list
  • Iceland Winter

    Most people that visit Iceland go in the summer, but there’s a whole other side to this place in the winter months. (It is called “Iceland,” after all.) Spend the first five days doing really cool things like hiking glaciers, exploring Þingvellir National Park, reflecting on life under the Northern Lights, and warming up in hot springs. Then spend two days on your own exploring colourful, cool Reykjavík and end off the journey at the famous Blue Lagoon. See another side of this amazing country.

    $ 1,904
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