11th February 2013

For a limited time, your school trip group can go inside a volcano in Iceland.

Whether you have a geography school trip or any subject area, between May and September your group can experience a unique trip into the depths of the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, less than 15 miles from Reykjavik.

Your group can descend on a specially built cable car into the mysterious depths of Thrihnukagigur volcano, which last erupted 4,000 years ago, and spend an hour inside the dried-put magma chamber.  The magma chamber is big enough to hold the Statue of Liberty almost twice over, and offers a unique chance to see what a volcano look like from inside.  This visit is expected to sell out quickly, so contact us today to make sure your group do not miss out.

Iceland is full of unique sights that will inspire your students and showcase some of the most amazing geographical wonders in action.  With active volcanoes, spouting geysirs, thundering waterfalls, the chance to walk between tectonic plates and much more, Iceland is a once in a lifetime school trip opportunity with Adaptable Travel.  School trips to Iceland start from just £379 (plus excursions), and with many groups choosing to organise a school trip to Iceland with Adaptable, why not contact us today to see how we can help, and work with our friendly, geography experts.

Get in touch with Adaptable Travel today by calling 01451 832133 or clicking here.

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