Adventure in iceland

Katrina Smith on 26 November 2021
As a travel organiser, arranging a trip to Iceland for a group of 12 clients was no easy feat. However, the end result was worth all the planning and effort. The three nights we spent in Iceland were filled with excitement and adventure, and although we didn't get to see the Northern Lights on this particular trip, there was still plenty to see and do.

Our first night in Reykjavik was spent on a Northern Lights cruise, which was a truly unforgettable experience. Despite the fact that we didn't get to see the lights, the views of the city from the water were breathtaking and the company was top-notch. The next day, we set out on a whale watching cruise, which was another highlight of the trip. It was an experience that none of us will ever forget.

After the whale watching cruise, we made our way to the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa located in the heart of the Icelandic landscape. The warm, crystal clear waters were the perfect way to relax after a day of adventure, and the unique setting made it an experience that we will always remember.

The following day, we set out in a super jeep for a tour of the Golden Circle, which included stops at some of Iceland's most iconic landmarks, including Gullfoss Waterfall and the Geysir hot springs. The scenery was beautiful and the experience was truly one-of-a-kind. But the adventure didn't stop there, we braved the elements and set out on a snowmobile trip in the middle of a whiteout. It was an exciting and exhilarating experience (especially with my daughter being the driver) which the whole group loved - an absolute must if you are visiting Iceland!

Our trip to Iceland was a massive success. Despite the fact that we didn't get to see the Northern Lights, we still managed to pack in a ton of exciting activities and experiences. The beauty of the Icelandic landscape was truly breathtaking, and our group of 12 left feeling truly grateful for the opportunity to experience it all.