Want to escape the rat-race? Why not take some serious downtime, Icelandic style and explore the country’s vast network of hidden trails and secluded tracks? Whether you choose to explore the landscape on foot, take an adventurous spin on a mountain bike, or enjoy the region on horseback, Iceland offers a wide variety of exciting tours and activities.
Super cool snowmobiling
One activity on the Iceland ‘must-do’ list . . . → Read More: Tours and Activities and Accomodation in Iceland
Located in the UNESCO designated Thingvellir National Park, less than an hours drive from the capital Reykjavík, Silfra Fissure is where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet to form part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The magical underwater world has three main caverns with depths ranging from 10 to 60 meters: Silfra Lagoon; Silfra Cathedral; and Silfra Hall, where the continental plates are so close . . . → Read More: Dive Silfra offering snorkelling and diving tours in Thingvellir Iceland
Students deserve to go out and have a break, without breaking their learning pattern, which is why most schools have educational trips. Students work hard, some would even suggest that the lives of students are harder as opposed to the lives of employees and employers.
To some extent, this is true that is why they should be given the chance to join educational trips both locally and . . . → Read More: Iceland: The Gateway of Knowledge and Nature for Students and Teachers