Northern lights (Aurora Borealis) over Iceland

Iceland

A geological giant, Iceland is where volcanoes rumble, glaciers groan and the scenery astounds

Adventure Holidays in Iceland

Exodus offer a number of adventure holidays to Iceland. Iceland holidays conjure up images of huge waterfalls, glaciers, spouting geysers and steaming hot pools. Reykjavik is a small but beautiful city and provides the start and end point of most trips. Outside the city lies a landscape begging to be explored. Trekking in Iceland is fantastic, with a wide selection of walks. Iceland trips make amazing adventure holidays with visits to the impressive Gulfoss and Godafoss waterfalls, Lake Myvatn and the Jokulsarlon Lagoon. In winter there is the chance to try snowshoeing and glacier exploration. Iceland is also one of the best destinations for Northern Lights Holidays, but no holiday to Iceland would be complete without a visit to the steaming waters of the Blue Lagoon.

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Iceland Adventure Holidays

Walking Wild Greenland

A spectacular walking journey through the mountain and coastal wilderness of Greenland’s fjorded east coast.

Guided Group Adventure Holidays

Walking & Trekking
10 days
From 5 845 €
Activity Rating - Leisurely/Moderate
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Holidays to Iceland – Four Icelandic Essentials


1. Explore the Big Country: while it’s not necessarily big in geographical terms, Iceland is massive when it comes to geological diversity and geographic features. The interior mainly consists of a plateau characterized by sand fields, mountains and glaciers, while many big glacial rivers stream to the sea through the lowlands. 

 2. Bathe in the Blue Lagoon: after a hard day's mountaineering, there is no better place to relax and revitalise than in the warm mineral-rich hot springs of the Blue Lagoon. It's fed by heated seawater and surrounded by walls of black lava. 

 3. Visit Skogafoss Waterfall: at 60m high, a white blanket of water cascades over the edge of the cliff-top, crashing down to the river below. For an alternative view, you can walk right behind the waterfall - a compelling reminder of the power of the earth’s elements. 

 4. Go whale watching: Iceland holidays offer some amazing spots for whale watching, its rich waters attracting a great diversity of whale species: killer whales, humpback whales, pilot whales, white beaked dolphins, as well as sperm, fin, minke and blue whales are all regular sightings.

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We offer more than 500 holidays across 100 countries on all seven continents. And although we’ve grown in the last 40 years, our philosophy stays the same: to bring like-minded people together on authentic adventures, with minimal impact to the environments and cultures we visit. We only work with reputable partners, with whom we’ve built longstanding relationships, and work on various community and environmental projects around the world. Read more about our Responsible Travel initiatives here.

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