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A Long Weekend in Iceland: From Reykjavik to the Golden Circle

Think you don’t have time to discover the natural wonders of Iceland? Think again! Experience the best of Iceland as you explore from Reykjavik to the countryside.
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Program No. 22981RJ
Length
6 days
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1,999
Flights start at
625
Iceland

A Long Weekend in Iceland: From Reykjavik to the Golden Circle

Think you don’t have time to discover the natural wonders of Iceland? Think again! Experience the best of Iceland as you explore from Reykjavik to the countryside.
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,999
Flights start at
625
Program No. 22981 RJ
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Sep 22 - Sep 27, 2021
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1,999
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Oct 6 - Oct 11, 2021
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Oct 13 - Oct 18, 2021
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Oct 20 - Oct 25, 2021
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Nov 3 - Nov 8, 2021
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Nov 10 - Nov 15, 2021
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Dec 1 - Dec 6, 2021
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Sep 22 - Sep 27, 2021
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2,299
Itinerary Note

On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Oct 6 - Oct 11, 2021
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2,299
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Oct 13 - Oct 18, 2021
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2,299
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Oct 20 - Oct 25, 2021
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2,299
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Nov 3 - Nov 8, 2021
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2,299
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Nov 10 - Nov 15, 2021
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2,299
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On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

Dec 1 - Dec 6, 2021
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2,299
Itinerary Note

On this departure, weather permitting, we may have an opportunity to view the Northern Lights.

At a Glance

There’s more than enough time to discover the natural beauty of this incredible island during this exciting learning adventure! Beginning in Reykjavik, soak in the healing waters of the Blue Lagoon — Iceland’s most famous geothermal gem. Then, venture into the countryside to explore the Golden Circle, home to the historic Thingvellir National Park, the Gullfoss waterfall and active Strokkur geyser. Walk along the black sand beach below the Myrdalsjokull glacier, and learn about the creation of Iceland at the Lava Centre. Depending on the time of year, search for the magical northern lights or enjoy the calming stillness of a late night sunset in the countryside.
Activity Level
On Your Feet
Walking up to two miles on uneven, hilly terrain.
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Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Learn about Iceland's past and present, from the legends of Iceland's ancient parliament to the refreshing waters of the Blue Lagoon.
  • Savor a greenhouse-fresh lunch while learning how geothermal energy is used to grow vegetables in Iceland's short summer season.
  • Marvel at the many natural wonders of Iceland, including a geyser, glacier, black sand beach and waterfalls.
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Baldur Gylfason
Born and raised in Iceland, Baldur Gylfason has traveled extensively and now calls Reykjavik home. Today, Baldur works as a full-time group leader. He has ties to Canada, where he spent part of his childhood and later completed his university degrees. He has experience as a trained psychologist and a mobility instructor for the blind, developing adventure-based programs in Iceland. Through his work and in his free time, Baldur loves to explore Iceland and capture its beauty in photographs.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Born and raised in Iceland, Baldur Gylfason has traveled extensively and now calls Reykjavik home. Today, Baldur works as a full-time group leader. He has ties to Canada, where he spent part of his childhood and later completed his university degrees. He has experience as a trained psychologist and a mobility instructor for the blind, developing adventure-based programs in Iceland. Through his work and in his free time, Baldur loves to explore Iceland and capture its beauty in photographs.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
The Northern Lights, The True Story of the Man Who Unlocked the Secrets of the Aurora Borealis
by Lucy Jago
The compelling story of Kristian Birkeland, the turn-of-the-century Norwegian scientist who devoted his career to understanding the aurora borealis, this book also covers the science, history, myth and romance of the phenomenon.
North: The New Nordic Cuisine of Iceland
by Evan Sung (Photographer), Jody Eddy, Gunnar Gislason
Catering to a rising interest in Nordic cuisine, this cookbook celebrates Iceland’s food alongside its haunting landscapes, portrayed in starkly beautiful, full-color photos.
The Windows of Brimnes, An American in Iceland
by Bill Holm
In these provocative essays, Minnesotan Bill Holm writes about the fate of America from his fisherman's cottage on the shore of a creek in northern Iceland.
Ring of Seasons, Iceland, Its Culture and History
by Terry G. Lacy
A longtime resident of Reykjavik, Lacy weaves tales of family life, anecdote, lore and history into this illuminating personal portrait of Iceland.
A Naturalist's Guide to the Arctic
by E.C. Pielou
A primer on Arctic climate, geography, plants, birds, mammals and insects in a single nicely written book. It's a highly recommended, enthusiastic guide to natural history throughout the Circumpolar North.
Last Places, A Journey in the North
by Lawrence Millman, Paul Theroux (Introduction)
Millman explores the culture and history of the Faroes, Iceland and Greenland in this hilarious account of his travels in the wake of the ancient Vikings.
Jar City
by Arnaldur Indridason
Indridason's first moody police procedural finds Reykjavik detective Erlendur Sveinsson investigating the brutal murder of a lonely pensioner and the man's connection to the deaths of a number of young women. Made into a darkly superb film.
The Northern Lights, Celestial Performances of the Aurora Borealis
by Calvin Hall (Photographer), Daryl Pederson (Photographer)
Shot in Alaska, one of the best places to watch the northern lights, these images capture the natural phenomenon in all its splendor and majesty. Hall and Pederson’s 160 photographs were taken with ultra-HD cameras during a period of unusually high solar activity.
Butterflies in November
by Brian Fitzgibbon (Translator), Auour Ava Olafsdottir
Scorned by love, a quirky, unapologetically independent 33-year-old woman takes a spontaneous trip along Iceland’s Ring Road, her best friend’s 4-year-old deaf-mute son in tow. Evocative of the Icelandic spirit.
Hrafnkel's Saga and Other Icelandic Stories
by Herman Palsson (Translator)
This collection of the most famous of Icelandic sagas includes stories with titles like Thorstein the Staff-Struck and Ale Hood. Dating from the 12th century, these tales vividly recreate the society of medieval Iceland.
The Sagas of Icelanders
by Jane Smiley (Editor), Robert Kellog (Introduction)
Nine sagas and six tales composed between the years 1000 and 1500, including an account of Leif Eriksson's voyage to North America, all newly translated.
Iceland, Land of the Sagas
by Jon Krakauer (Photographer), David Roberts
Krakauer and colleague Roberts hike and climb around Iceland in this classic travel narrative, reissued as a paperback and featuring Krakauer's color photographs. The book interweaves the natural and cultural history of the island with the authors' own adventures.
The Prose Edda
by Snorri Sturluson, Jesse Byock (Translator)
A new translation of one of the most influential and entertaining medieval Icelandic sagas, the source for much of what we know of Norse mythology.
The Almost Nearly Perfect People, Behind the Myth of the Scandinavian Utopia
by Michael Booth
Guardian journalist Booth writes with laugh-out-loud humor and brutal candor about the Scandinavians, mixing history and his own experiences in Nordic regions in this searing cultural portrait.
Island on Fire: The Extraordinary Story of a Forgotten Volcano That Changed the World
by Jeff Kanipe, Alexandra Witze
Two science writers discuss the political and natural ramifications of the 1783 eruption of Iceland’s largest volcano, Laki, which led to global death, famine and even revolution. Great for the geologically minded but accessible to all with an interest in volcanoes.
Independent People, An Epic
by Halldor Laxness
Rich in local color, this great mock-epic by the Icelandic Nobel Prize-winner features the indelible Bjartur of Summerhouses, a hard-headed, independent-minded sheep farmer.
Lonely Planet Pocket Reykjavik
by Lonely Planet
With a section of not-to-be-missed highlights, pullout map, and a calendar of annual events.
Iceland Adventure Map
by National Geographic
A detailed map at a scale of 1:465,000, printed on handy tear- and water-resistant paper.
The Control of Nature
by John McPhee
In the classic McPhee tradition, these sparkling essays explore our generally feeble attempts to combat all-powerful nature, including valiant efforts by Icelanders to control the flow of a volcano across the harbor at Heimaey in the Westman Islands.
Iceland Imagined
by Karen Oslund
This cultural and environmental history explores the geography, literature, language, culture, politics and symbolism of Iceland, Greenland, northern Norway and the Faroe Islands.
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4.95 Average
(5)

I was hesitant about attending, but the trip more than met any good expectations I had. I returned more relaxed and interesting and overall wanting to know more about my world.

(5)

Have just returned from Road Scholar tour in Iceland! What a fascinating place. Saw a glimpse of Northern Lights, but not enough to satisfy me forever so may schedule more Northern travel! Spectacular waterfalls, geysers, black sand beach with thundering ocean waves, and the Blue Lagoon. Geothermal power plants. Greenhouse farming. Icelandic horses. Beautiful weather - lucked out with not as much wind chill as I had expected. Landscape runs every shade of white, gray, and black. Friendly people. Excellent tour guide. Very congenial tour group of 21 people. Great lamb, fish, and soup meals. So, cheers! – or in Icelandic ‘skál!' (pronounced ' scowl')

(5)

If you want to see Iceland and the hope to the northern lights look at this program. This trip is in the winter and does involve walking on snow and ice conditions, but made easier with ice crampons provided by Road Scholar.

(5)

This was an extraordinary experience. I would recommend this trip to everyone who could make it.

(5)

I couldn't believe how wonderful Iceland was. The country was full of amazing sights. We had great weather(which always helps), but it would have been fine anyway. We didn't have any strenuous walking to see the special sights so that it was an easy trip in every way. We learned so much. A special trip in every way.

(5)

Hunt for the Northern Lights was a life changing experience. I highly recommend Road Scholar.

(5)

We were extremely pleased with this trip, brief though it was. Among our experiences, we saw the northern lights twice! Our accommodations and guide were outstanding. Details: We arrived to Keflavik airport from Boston 18 hours before a bomb cyclone (80 mph winds, interior pressure of 936 millibars--hurricane force winds) arrived in Iceland. While we were at the Blue Lagoon, bathing off jet lag, all of Iceland was in yellow, then orange, then red alert because of this storm. Baldur and his team reorganized our trip so smoothly and magnificently, we were at first unaware of how large the changes were. We moved hotels to put our first two nights in Reykjavik (Hilton Reykjavik Nordica) , and last two at Hotel Laekur. There was a ban on vehicles traveling on roads outside the city because of high wind. Both hotels get top praise from us. Very comfortable and food was excellent and appropriate. Baldur Gulfason is an outstanding, tour leader who together with his team put out an extraordinary effort. He was engaging, thoughtful, extraordinarily well-informed about everything we asked, concerned and aware of our safety, and took into consideration our interests--he had done his homework. Our group was congenial and helped each other. Hotel Laekur's proprietor did an outstanding job of enabling us to be awake and to see northern lights, took our picture (it takes some know-how to get good pictures). An outstanding trip--we could not have done this on our own. The usual caveats apply--we would have happily spent a full day at Thingvellir, but those are the limitations of tours! My only complaint is I had trouble accessing the evaluation form (my husband filled out ours), so I am sending this additional feedback. Thanks for a great experience!

(5)

Baldur was the best guide ever! He was always available and helpful. He managed to change our schedule in the middle of a huge storm and we still got to see the Northern Lights! His information about Iceland was personal as well as professional and it made a real difference in the trip. He kept track of us and always made sure we were safe under very difficult conditions. The conditions were only difficult because of the storm but not based on the trip agenda. Because he grew up in Iceland and knew people everywhere we went, it was a very special experience. I hope he will continue to work for Road Scholar. We arrived a day early and the hotel check-in at the airport was very smooth. It was difficult to follow the instructions for getting from the baggage claim to the hotel but everyone was very helpful directing us to the hotel. The food was delicious and Baldur gave us suggestions as to what we could do on our free day. We visited the Viking Museum and Duus which were excellent. We got there by taxi. The food on our tour was really delicious and everyone was accommodated. Baldur helped the vegetarians on the trip and gave us options for meals. The bus we rode in was excellent and comfortable. It was good to have this since we did have some long road trips. The Road Scholar program was very interesting as I have always experienced with your programs. Baldur took some of us to a grocery store and we got to buy interesting foods that he had shared on the trip. He always had a treat for us which was really special. The sights we saw were spectacular and the weather conditions made it feel more like an adventure. The hotel for the northern lights was also excellent. We got to see them two nights in a row. After the trip Baldur sent us books and film information about Iceland so we could continue the enjoyment. Really excellent trip! This review is under Warren's account but Marilyn Silva wrote it. Baldur also was very helpful of Warren who was almost 86 on the trip.

(5)

Great program! We saw a great deal of Iceland in a small amount of time and even saw the Northern Lights two out of four nights. Iceland is not ADA compliant so consider this carefully if making a winter visit.

(5)

I found this program well worth the money I paid, it was economical and I enjoyed it immensely. I plan on going on many more programs with road scholar.

(5)

This was a great introduction to southwest Iceland. I'm more than ready for another Road Scholar visit to Iceland; for a small country, it has a lot of variety to see and understand.

(5)

In an Iceland winter, I expected the geysers and black sand beaches, hoped for the Northern Lights, which I saw, and was surprised at the hothouses of flowers.

(5)

This was a very interesting and informative trip to a place unlike anywhere else. Our leader and instructor was the same person. Baldur was friendly, approachable and made everyone feel comfortable. He was full of information and regaled us with interesting personal stories which put Iceland in a more intimate perspective. The hotel in Reykjavik Was clean, centrally located and a Little quirky in decor which made it fun. Rooms were comfortable and the food was good. Hotel Laekur was very interesting and comfortable. It was a converted farm out in the countryside and the eggs included in the buffet breakfast were from their own hens. The owners went out of their way to make people feel at home Field trips were great in a unique scenic country. Of particular interest were The Blue Lagoon, the Bridge Between Nations rift valley, the black sand beach and all the discussions and demonstrations of volcanoes and geysers A great trip. My only observation of improvement is that we could have used the listening devices a bit more inside the museums. Thank you Baldur and Road Scholar for a great experience

(5)

Awesome trip! We had such a great time. Waterfalls and geysers were breathtaking. Our guide, Baldur, used his powers to summon up the Northern Lights for us on two evenings.

(5)

Iceland was my first trip with Road Scholar. Excellent learning experience and always felt well attended to as an individual and as a group. Our guide was so knowlegeable and fun, the bus driver was wonderful, transportation was smoothly incorporated, and food was delicious. Our group was lovely and so congenial. And in a short amount of time embraced Iceland for all it's beauty and history. A trip that will always warm my heart.

(5)

I wanted a brief introduction to Iceland and what it felt like to live with so much ice and snow and dark. Despite the short time frame, because the program was so well organized and the guide. Baldur Gylfason. was so effective in transferring a great deal of information, that I feel I have a sense of what living in Iceland is all about.

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Our guide was wonderful. He had his hands full because our weather was bad...he worked hard to rearrange our trip so we didn't miss a thing and we were safe. The only bad thing was when we arrived at the airport. The map provided to get to our meeting point was not clear...the wind was howling so it as very hard to walk to the hotel. Plus food at the hotel was marginal. Fortunately that was not a precursor for the rest of the trip.

(5)

Wonderful introduction to Iceland and its people, its history, its beauty.

(5)

This trip exceeded all my expectations. Our Icelandic guide Groa was excellent, she shared a wealth of information with us on geology, history, folklore and Icelandic culture and traditions. Each day was balanced with seeing the beautiful countryside with waterfalls, mountains and informative museums. Every meal was incredibly delicious. We saw the northern lights both nights while staying in the Golden Circle area. This was my first Road Scholar trip and there will definitely be more!

(5)

This was a wonderful trip. Our guide, Gróa, was superb -- well-organized, informative, and interesting. She is also a delightful person who shared folktales and songs with us as well as some stories about her family. Our driver, Josep, was also helpful and nice. Our first stop was the Blue Lagoon, which I enjoyed even more than I thought I would. We visited a national park, waterfalls, a geyser, and a variety of museums. We had time to make an unscheduled stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach, which I loved. On our last day we had free time in Reykjavik to explore on our own; there was a lot to see within walking distance from the hotel. My trip was in late November, and we did get to see the aurora borealis while in Hella. Our hotel host there was great, too, and monitored the northern lights activity for us and took photographs for us with his good camera. I stayed in three different rooms on this trip and they were all good. All the meals were very good and more than enough. A highlight was lunch inside a greenhouse at a tomato farm. We were lucky to have good weather, but of course you should check the forecast shortly before your trip. Most of the required walking was on clear paths with wooden planks or another type of easy surface. Trickier walking was optional (e.g., behind a waterfall and up a tall staircase to get to the top of another waterfall). Our museum tour guides were also very good. Everyone spoke good English. I found the Icelandic people to be very nice and helpful and also felt safe walking alone in the dark there. I truly enjoyed all that we did on this trip. I cannot imagine a better guide than Gróa and am very happy that I went on this trip.

(5)

This is a Great Tour with the best of Tour Guides. We learned more about Iceland and it's culture in 6 days than you could have imagined.

(5)

When my husband suggested a trip to Iceland with Road Scholar, I was hesitant because I prefer warm climates and late October in Iceland seemed like a daunting prospect. How glad I am that we went! Everything about this trip was wonderful, from the delicious food (we especially appreciated the inclusion of meals) to the fascinating information about the country's geological attributes (volcanoes! waterfalls! lava fields! glaciers!) to the lessons related to Iceland's history and much more. There were times when I felt as though we were walking on another planet; at other times, we were riveted as we learned about volcanic activity, tectonic plates, and more. And then there were the Northern Lights! We will never forget the overwhelming feeling of standing outside with lights dancing all around us (and, before the Northern Lights appeared, by shooting stars and the Milky Way). Lastly, we came away with a great appreciation for the lovely, warm, kind Icelandic people. We have been changed by this experience.

(5)

Iceland is an amazing country. Their technological knowledge is amazing. Their use of the Earths resources is superior to many other nations.

(5)

My trip to Iceland was informative and fun! The natural beauty of Iceland is definitely worth experiencing and it was great learning about such an interesting country.

(4)

Great Trip -- lovely country; lovely people and wonderful nature, history and folk lore.

(5)

This program exceeded my expectations in so many ways. I learned something new everyday. The people were awesome - leaders and participants. The food was outstanding! We saw the Northern Lights!!

This reviewer did not give a star rating.

As a first time Road Scholar, I was pleasantly surprised! First, our guide Harpa was amazing! She was full of information about the history of Iceland and its many sagas. Road Scholar plans a high quality trip where the participant doesn't have to worry about anything. All the entrance fees, tips, transportation and meals are already planned and taken care of. As a participant, there is no need to worry about anything except what to wear for the day's ever changing weather. Our group was amazing because everyone, and I mean everyone, was up for any adventure. No matter what crazy weather we encountered, we never missed a waterfall, beach or museum. The meals and lodgings were top quality. We didn't see the Northern Lights, but we saw incredible sights and met many new and wonderful friends. I highly recommend a Road Scholar adventure.

(5)

Many people on my tour were Road Scholar veterans. They or people they knew had gone on multiple previous trips and were highly recommending RS. I will do the same. This will not be my last trip with RS.

(5)

Iceland is a country like no other. My primary purpose in going was to see the Northern Lights, however there is so much more to this beautiful place. It turned out to be too cloudy and snowy to see the Aurora Borealis. However I saw gorgeous waterfalls, exceptional landscapes, fierce ocean waves and snow squalls, amazing mountains, glaciers, lava fields, geysers, and thermal pools. I was thoroughly pleased with this adventure and recommend it. The weather in Iceland is quite changeable so if you are going in winter, bring multi-layers and come prepared to enjoy Mother Nature's marvelous spectacles.

(5)

This trip far exceeded our expectations. Luckily, we saw The Northern Lights twice ( a bucket list checkoff), but we were smitten with the beauty and diversity, fascinating people, learning experiences, and fine food at every turn. An amazingly thorough introduction to Iceland.

(5)

Everything was so well planned. The fact that ALL meals, tips, excursions were included made it so easy.

(5)

From the historic to the geologic to the scientific, this program was a whirlwind tour of a small, isolated but progressive country. The food and accommodations were great, the variety of venues was educational and fascinating, and getting to see the Northern Lights was a bonus!

(5)

The cultural experience and privilege of spending time exploring Iceland - The Land of Fire & Ice, was a privilege, and an unforgettable and enlightening experience in countless ways. From beginning to end, the Road Scholar staff, website, correspondence, program itinerary and travel information were exceptional. Our Road Scholar guide took the time to observe and attend to the strengths and vulnerabilities of each of our team members. I look forward to my next adventure with Road Scholar. -Jodi J De Luca, PhD

(5)

Did not see the Northern Lights, but the trip was still well worth it. So much information and such a wonderful country to visit.

(5)

Interesting, informative, collegial and well run. Leader, Harpa, was well informed and engaged. Driver 'Joe' was professional, experienced and pleasant. I enjoyed the trip and learned much about Iceland. I had visited on a 48 hour stopover in the summer of 1984 and was interested to see how many trees have been planted in the past 30 years and the construction that had been done in Reykjavik. A bonus was seeing the Northern Lights two nights in a row.

(5)

The program is accurately described in the catalog and on the website. It absolutely met our expectations and whetted our appetite for future Iceland explorations. Logistics and the trip coordinator were excellent. The group was particularly convivial and interesting.

(5)

I thought this was a great trip-the length was good for me and the experience was both educational and adventurous. Our guide was excellent and I enjoyed the other folks in our group. Don from N.C.

(5)

The program is excellent even when weather can change what was planned.

(5)

Leader one of the BEST I have experienced in 15 + Road Scholar programs

(5)

I loved this into to Iceland. Our program leader was the best and some of the best food of any of the programs I've been on. I learned a lot about Iceland, the land, people and their culture. And I saw the Northern Lights to boot.

This reviewer did not give a star rating.

Exhilarating tour of a young island that's not to be missed!

(4)

An adventure in Iceland as you experience first-hand the facts and legends behind many well-known places, along with educational trips to museums that help you dig "deeper" to see what's behind it all. Enjoy spectacular waterfalls, geysers and the capital city of Reykjavik, as well as the famous Blue lagoon and maybe get a bird's eye view of the northern lights. Delicious native cuisine was the icing on the cake!

(5)

Wonderful, brief introduction to Iceland. I was able to see the Northern Lights (late October trip), but it is definitely not a guarantee on this short trip due to the ever-changing weather. I definitely want to return to Iceland to see the natural wonders during the summer.






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