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Colors of Iceland: Fire, Earth, Ice & Water

- 15-days geology and photo tour to Iceland -

Dates StatusPrice p.p. (€)SRS (*) Group size
24 Feb - 10 Mar 2019
(winter program)
space available3495 €  ? 5-7
30 Jun - 14 Jul 2019space available3550 €  ? 5-7
3-17 Aug 2019booked out3550 €  ? 5-7
(*) Single room supplement

Prices for private tours at custom dates: on request


  • All transfers in private spacious 4x4 bus from Reykjavik to Reykjavik
  • Accommodation (in guesthouses, sleeping bag accommodation and mountain huts)
  • Experienced geologist & photographer as tour guide
  • Full board from D2 to D14 (breakfast B, lunch L, dinner D)

Not included:

  • Flights to Iceland
  • Single room supplement (only first and last day) - 150 EUR
  • Dinner on Day 1 and Day 14
  • Optional excursions (glacier tour, Blue Lagoon, sightseeing flights etc.)

Additional info:

Physical requirements:

The physical effort on this trip is relatively low. The excursions are short and mostly easy hikes of up to 4 hrs length, on normal hiking trails or over unpaved stony ground. One excursion is over snow-covered ice, weather and the glacier permitting. At any time, it is possible to return, or not take part at all. Good boots and water- and wind-proof outdoor clothing are required, but everyone with a normally good physical condition should have no problems to take part. Please note that the winter tour may be more demanding because of the climatic conditions.

Arrival info:

The tour starts and ends in Reykjavik. Flights are not included by default, because participants come from different countries. On request, we can include your flight to Iceland.
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