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Around Iceland - June and July 2016 (consult departures)
Around Iceland
Iceland circumnavigation: sailing through the island of the thousand colours
Experience an exciting boat ride in this wild island full of contrasts. Discover its glaciers, volcanoes, black sand beaches and its spectacular waterfalls.
Enjoy contemplating its lush fauna. A magical and colorful Iceland welcome you this summer.

Prepare to be surprised!
Diving trip in Iceland - All year round
Diving trip in Iceland
Discover and explore the Arctic waters of Iceland
If you are a diving enthusiast, this is your trip! Iceland offers dives in unique sites, including diving in the crystal clear waters of Silfra, a fissure situated in the heart of Thingvellir National Park, located on top of the separation between Europe and America. It is rated as one of the World’s top ten dives.
In Akureyri, the North capital of Iceland, we will become dry suit divers. A dry suit seals us off from the water and keeps us comfortable during our dives in Iceland. We will dive a shipwreck and explore Arnarnesstrýtur, a cluster of small cones with a lot of marine life around.
Iceland under the Northern Light - October 2015 - April 2016 (consult departures)
Iceland under the Northern Light
Trip to see northern lights in Iceland
This trip will allow us to discover the spectacular Iceland. We will know its wild nature, volcanoes reigning the beautiful landscapes, bubbling hot springs and stunning floating icebergs. We will also explore the south coast of the island and the glacier lagoon Jökulsárlón, the largest in Iceland, located between Skaftafell National Park and the town of Höfn.
Iceland: the island of ice and fire - June to September 2016
Iceland: the island of ice and fire
The place on Earth most similar to the Moon
When Neil Armstrong, the first man who set foot on the Moon, left the Eagle lunar module, the landscape appeared before his eyes had have been familiar. Not in vain the crew of the Apollo XI spacecraft were training in Iceland for his uncanny resemblance to the lunar surface. And feet on earth, when you get to Iceland, you ealize that there is no place on earth where the powerful forces of nature are more present than here: volcanoes, geysers, lava deserts, waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, craters and cliffs cohabit with surprising harmony.
Incentive trip in Iceland - The island of ice and fire
The place on Earth most similar to the Moon
When Neil Armstrong, the first man who set foot on the Moon, left the Eagle lunar module, the landscape appeared before his eyes had have been familiar. Not in vain the crew of the Apollo XI spacecraft were training in Iceland for his uncanny resemblance to the lunar surface. There is no place on earth where the powerful forces of nature are more present than here: volcanoes, geysers, lava deserts, waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, craters and cliffs cohabit with surprising harmony.