Great value for a winter Northern Lights hunting holiday that also includes the must-see iceberg lagoon at Jökulsárlón, iconic Golden Circle, Lava Centre, rugged South Coast and waterfalls, and a tailor-made Aurora programme. A big trip with big views, all in 5 days! Perfect if you prefer to travel with the benefit of a professional tour guide and everything arranged for you.
A near neighbour to Iceland, the Faroe Islands are an excellent location for a two-centre holiday. Located roughly midway between Scotland and Iceland, this intriguing collection of islands offer a wonderful opportunity for slow travel, walking and sightseeing. Like Iceland, the Faroes are rugged and wild, but as we have found out there’s plenty that is quite unique.
Imagine riding through Iceland’s beautiful and varied countryside with a free running herd of horses, staying in farms and remote mountain huts along the way. Travel through rich farmland, Saga country and across glacial rivers to wooded forests tucked beneath the slopes of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull. Perfect if you would like to join a small guided group….
If these fascinating dancing lights are the main focus for your trip to Iceland, may we help to maximise your chances of success? The Aurora Borealis are visible in Iceland from late August to mid-April and are best seen in areas without light pollution, even better in a beautiful, unusual location.
Perfect for you if you’d like us to arrange your plans around hunting for the Aurora …
For a classic summer tour of Iceland this ‘all around’ guided holiday follows Iceland’s route 1, but also ventures off into the deeper countryside. With time for 1-2 hours walking most days, see and enjoy a wide variety of the spectacular landscapes, exhibitions and museums that Iceland has to offer.
Perfect if your interests include photographing the icebergs at Jökulsárlón…
Iceland is a favourite for exploring Geography and Geology, yet it’s a destination that delivers much more. A dynamic landscape full of history, earth science, inspired by colour, texture, weather and climate.
We’re Iceland specialists. We deliver enriching educational travel based on our own professional experience of teaching, leading and organising in country group adventures.
Some of the most amazing things about Iceland are the natural light (even in winter), the differences in temperature, being surrounded by the natural elements of the earth and the scale of the landscape, so why not experience these as much as possible while you are there? “A very well organised trip, knowledgeable guide and comfortable accommodation. The students really enjoyed it.”
For a leisurely full circle tour of Iceland, this popular year-round guided holiday packs in a huge amount. Visit all of the best of Iceland’s highlights and must-see places while travelling around famous the ring-road route 1, from huge landscapes to small museums, fjords, glaciers, lagoons and more. Perfect for bucket list or stop-over travellers keen to see as much as possible in just 8 days.
The city of Reykjavik is hosting the Iceland Noir festival of crime fiction in November 2020. It’s a perfect opportunity for any lovers of this genre to get fully immersed in readings, interviews and discussions with Icelandic and other authors in the true winter chill of the world’s most northerly capital. Details are still to be finalised so register for our Noir festival package, saving you time…
Take to the open road this summer for an Iceland self-drive holiday and set off on a great adventure. Huge dramatic landscapes, small remote settlements, tucked away valleys, stunning coastlines and as it’s summer, hardly any darkness. Slow travel, lazy evenings, an unforgettable experience. Perfect if you’re looking for some real time out with a difference.
Combine the experience of Iceland’s most beautiful and pristine landscapes with sightings of its secretive and unusual wildlife. Organised by outstanding specialists with extensive local knowledge and experience to help you encounter Arctic fox, terns, guillemots, puffins, razorbills, seals and whales. Travel by foot, kayak or jeep and stay for a day, or longer or join an expedition with camping or farmhouse stays. Perfect for photographers….
An ideal holiday for a family or small group of friends, keen to arrive in Iceland to a warm welcome and to explore Iceland by car in the company of one of our most trusted and popular Icelanders. By leaving the driving to an experienced professional, you can focus entirely on enjoying your holiday. Perfect if you enjoy interesting conversations with a true local at the wheel…..
An excellent opportunity to explore beautiful South Iceland at leisure for Northern Lights hunting including the stunning Iceberg lagoon to the east, the less visited western Snaefellsness peninsula with all of the highlights of the Golden Circle together with the world-famous and luxurious Blue Lagoon. Perfect for you if you’d like a really varied escorted travel programme
An excellent value for money winter break to Iceland combining stays in Reykjavik and out in the countryside. Gain insights in Iceland’s rich culture and history, see the Golden Circle, rugged South Coast, black sand beaches, magnificent waterfalls, hunt for the Aurora and relax at the Blue Lagoon. Perfect if you prefer to have a professional tour guide on board with everything arranged for you.
Making a journey around Iceland by sea is an active and adventurous way to take a cruise, with everything you’d expect from a holiday Iceland-style. A smaller ship, more stops and an Icelandic crew who provide authentic food, excellent guidance and warm hospitality.
Perfect if your idea of a cruise is more about seeing the great outdoors than packing jackets or evening dresses.
Because we understand the challenges and benefits of taking uniformed groups on international adventures from first-hand experience, our expeditions cover everything to create a successful and safe trip. We know that moving around from place to place can prove something of a challenge with any group of youngsters. We have developed holidays based at one or two locations,
Between September and April, enhance your experience of hunting for Iceland’s famous Northern Lights by seeing as much as you can of the landscape, soaking up the culture and getting under the skin of this surprising country. Do as the Icelanders do, wrap up warm, eat good food and go with the nature! Perfect if you’re planning a get-away for something a bit different…