• Uncover Iceland’s extraordinary natural history through visits to several of the country’s glaciers, waterfalls and steaming vents– including its largest ice cap,Vatnajökull
• History and legend come alive at the Settlement Centre Museum in Borganes, and at UNESCO listed Thingvellir, home to one of the oldest parliaments in the world
• Look out for puffins and other bird life at the cliff faces of Dyrholaey, where a naturally-formed archway serves as shelter
Please note that we hope to follow the below itinerary in full, however, due to certain local climatic and geological conditions some visits may be subject to change.
Harriet Allen, MA, MSc, PhD
geographer and Fellow and Director of Studies at Girton College, Cambridge
geologist and teaching fellow in the department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge.
8 Jul — 15 Jul 2018
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return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast, seven picnic lunches, dinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
travel insurance, single room supplement £540.