School Trips to Iceland

When you take one of Voyager's school trips to Iceland you are guaranteed something quite spectacular. Iceland is situated on the mid-Atlantic ridge (MAR) where the European and North American tectonic plates meet, making it a geographical and geological wonderland. Take your students to a frozen landscape rich with incredible sights, such as volcanoes, gushing geysers and cascading waterfalls.

School tours to 'The Land of Fire and Ice'

Hallgrimskirkja, Church in iceland

"Iceland makes me want to grow up to become a birdwatching vulcanologist who plays in a band". Carolyn Bain, writer.

It may be a diminuitive collection of recently formed islands in the middle of the north Atlantic, but what Iceland lacks in size and stature, it more than makes up for in substance. Not only is it blessed with arguably the most concentrated collection of geological wonders in the northern hemisphere and atmospheric phenomena in the form of the Aurora Borealis, but also a population of highly talented, gregarious and most of all warm-hearted people with a real sense of adventure and fun.

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When you take one of Voyager’s school trips to Iceland, you are guaranteed something quite spectacular. Your starting point will be Reykjavik, the planet’s most northerly capital city. From there a trip to ‘the Golden Circle’ is unmissable. ‘The Golden Circle’ consists of Thingvellir National Park (site of the oldest existing seat of parliament and the exact meeting place of the American and European continents) the majestic waterfall, Gullfoss; and the valley of Haukadalur, home of the original Geysir – the famous spouting hot spring.

Other highlights of your school tour to Iceland include the Gigjokull Glacier, the Blue Lagoon, the lava flows at the Reykjanes Peninsula and a trip to see Eldborg volcano – but don’t worry, although there are around 130 volcanoes in Iceland, this one is definitely extinct!

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"Thank you for an outstanding school trip. Everything was perfect – transport, accommodation, food and visits."

'Rob Smith, Kings Norton Boys School

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Out of this world experience

Whatever key stage your students are studying, a Voyager educational tour of Iceland will bring alive the subjects of Geography or Science in a vivid and inspiring way. Few places on the planet demonstrate so readily how our world is formed and what geological processes take place. Quite simply, Iceland is like nowhere else on Earth, and that is why it is commonly referred to known as ‘The Land of Fire and Ice’.


Take your students one step beyond

“Á misjöfnu þrífast börnin best”

Translation: ‘Children will thrive best with a varied life’. (Icelandic Proverb)

“A high-quality geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.”

DoE National Geography Programme of Study Key Stage 3

“In Iceland there’s a mobile app that tells you whether you’re related to a person or not”

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