- Geysir and Gulfoss Waterfall
- Volcanoes and lava fields
- Swim in the Blue Lagoon
With its striking volcanic landscape, Iceland offers a family adventure like none other. See icebergs on a boat trip one day and explore barren lava fields and caves the next. Visit hot springs and bubbling mud pools, fertile farmland and glacial rivers. Unwind in the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon before enjoying the sights and sounds of the country's capital, Reykjavik.
Of course a trip to Iceland would not not be complete without visiting the crashing waters of Gulfoss Waterfall and explosive Geysir. There's culture too as we explore Thingvellir National Park, a revered sight and home to Europe's oldest parliament.
What makes this trip responsible?
We stay in locally owned hotels and pensions, use resident leaders and guides and use locally owned transport; this helps distribute amongst a wide number of people the money we spend. Because our groups are small, it is easier to monitor and control the impact on the environment through the areas we travel.
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Looking at the Gullfoss Waterfall in southern Iceland