- Incredible trip, Iceland is an amazing place.
Published on: 26 February 2018
This unique destination is an evolving country and is a great destination for any aspiring scientist offering volcanoes, glaciers, lagoons, waterfalls and geysirs. There has never been a better time to visit this mysterious, yet beautiful and enticing country, with Iceland being more accessible to more people than ever before!
When planning your next science trip with Adaptable Travel, you will work closely with our resident Iceland experts, all of whom have first-hand experience of Iceland, and well versed in organising school tris to Iceland for many years, who will work with you to develop your perfect geography itinerary.
Certified Inspired by Iceland Specialist
Adaptable Travel is now officially a Certified Inspired by Iceland Specialist, as certified by the Iceland Tourism board, Visit Iceland. This means that you can be confident the Adaptable Team who will be helping to organise your educational trip know their Geysir from their Gulfoss, and as such we will enable you to make the most of your educational visit to Iceland.
Cross-curriculum tours are a great way to help your group to bond, and boost your numbers. Contact us for information about other subject in this destination.
After arriving in Iceland, you will be transferred to the amazing Blue Lagoon with free time to relax in the mineral rich waters of this man-made geothermal phenomenon. Afterwards, you will head onto your accommodation.
Today your students will have the chance to explore the North American and Eurasian tectonic plate boundary in Pingvellir, the triple-drop Gullfoss waterfalls, geothermal power and the original Geysir on a guided ‘Golden Circle’ day tour.
The guided ‘South Shore’ adventure today will allow students to explore natural hazards with the recently erupted Eyjafjallajokull Volcano, two magnificent waterfalls (Skogar and Seljalandsfoss), visit the Solheimajokull Glacier and see the fascinating Dyrholaey rock formations. You can also add on glacier walking with crampons and a guide to add that extra wow-factor.
Today students will enjoy an amazing trip with a guide lava caving, discovering up close about the geology and processes of an Icelandic lava tube.
You may have some free time before your return to the UK.
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