Iceland

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Reykjavík

Reykjavík

Akureyri

Djupivogur

Isafjordur

Skaftafell

Blue lagoon

WHY ICELAND?

  • The perfect location, the perfect event. Only 5 hours from Boston and 3 hours from London. If you are looking for real adventure then Iceland will tick all the boxes. Our specialist team in Iceland are real explorers and can even provide you information on Greenland.

  • Reykjavík the capital of Iceland. It’s a very lively place to visit regardless what time of the year you decide to visit.

  • The quality of food is always fresh and the taste of cuisine will amaze you. Iceland will always be on many people’s bucket-list as a destination they would most want to visit.

  • Fancy taking an outdoor dip may seem strange as many would assume the water to be freezing. Being an active volcanic island has its advantages. The water temperature in and around Iceland is between moderate to extremely hot.. Iceland will always an experience that will leave any visitors talking for years.

  • With spouting geysers and dazzling waterfalls, Iceland is truly one of the worlds most magical places on earth.

  • Perfect location for thrill seekers. Image a location where ‘you get to decide’ what is considered an extreme level of adventure. What better than spending an time prior to flying back home at the famous Blue Lagoon. This is a very warm thermal geothermal experience with holistic white sulphur that is said rejuvenates the skin.

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ICELAND AIRWAVES MUSIC FESTIVAL

WHEN: November 6th – 9th  WHERE: Reykjavík  BEST FOR: Live Bands, International Music

WINTER LIGHTS FESTIVAL

WHEN: February 6th – 9th  WHERE: Reykjavík  BEST FOR: 3 day Light installations on various buildings across Reykjavík