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Earth in Motion

Nicknamed the “Land of Fire and Ice”, Iceland is an incredible land of extremes with the contrasting forces of glaciers and volcanoes constantly reshaping its landscapes. Straddling the volatile Mid-Atlantic Ridge, this isolated island near the Arctic Circle is truly one of the most remarkable places to witness Mother Nature at work. Led by a professional local guide specializing in geology, you will experience Iceland’s unspoilt wonders in all their glory.

  • Product: ISIGSI-03
  • Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
  • Season: All year


  • Accommodation for 2 nights at a hotel in Hekla area; breakfast included
  • Accommodation for 1 night at a 3-star
    hotel in Reykjavík; breakfast included
  • Professional driver/tour guide with
    specialty in local geology
  • All transportation according to itinerary
  • 2 dinners (3-course meal or buffet)
  • Entrance to Blue Lagoon; includes towel rental
  • Taxes and service fee


  • Mt. Hekla area
  • Seljalandsfoss
  • Skógafoss
  • Eyjafjallajökull
  • Geysir
  • Gullfoss
  • Þingvellir
  • Blue Lagoon

Day 1

Arriving at Keflavik International Airport, you are greeted by your driver/ tour guide who will transfer you to your first accommodation, by the foot of Mt. Hekla, where dramatic scenery abounds in the surrounding lava field. A welcome dinner is served at the hotel.


  • Mt. Hekla area

Day 2

Today, we experience the forces of nature in action! Our journey takes us to Iceland’s south coast, a geological hot spot, where waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers, black sand beaches, and peculiar rock formations are among the many attractions. Our specialised guide will enlighten us about the area’s rich history and show us the aftermath of the recent eruption at the Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Later, we return to our accommodation in the Hekla region for dinner and another overnight stay.


  • Seljalandsfoss
  • Skógafoss
  • Eyjafjallajökull Volcano

Day 3

As we travel along the famous “Golden Circle” route today, we first visit the Geysir geothermal area to see the colourful mineral deposits, mud pots, steam vents, and spouting hot springs. Next we stop at one of Europe’s most powerful waterfalls, Gullfoss, a protected landmark that was once the centre of controversy as a potential site for a power station. We then visit Þingvellir National Park, situated in an extraordinary rift valley formed by the separation of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Finally, this phenomenal day is topped off with a tour of a geothermal power plant and a greenhouse that harnesses this natural energy. Overnight stay is at a hotel in central Reykjavík.


  • Geysir
  • Gullfoss Waterfall
  • Þingvellir National Park

Day 4

It’s now time to head home full of knowledge about Iceland’s geological wonders, but not until we take a dip in the Blue Lagoon! This geothermal spa on the Reykjanes Peninsula is situated in the youngest lava field in western Iceland. After a soothing soak in the mineral-rich waters surrounded by strange lava formations, we will transfer you to Keflavík International Airport in time for your chek-in.


  • Blue Lagoon

Accommodation for groups

Thanks to our extensive network of trusted suppliers in Iceland, we can arrange accommodation for groups of all sizes according to location, interests, budget and special needs. 

Our hand-picked selection of accommodations includes everything from cozy guesthouses to well-appointed business hotels. We aim to provide the best value option of accommodation at each location.

For more specific examples of what we can offer your own group, please contact us with your group's details and requirements.