For those that are adventurous and simply want to take the opportunity to experience Iceland unique landscape and tourist attraction in Iceland the excursions offered are just the thing.
Special attention should be given to the Theistareykir geothermal day trip that offers a full day of excitement and the opportunity to see a newly commissioned state-of-the art geothermal power plant.

Theistareykir – A New State of the Art Power Plant in the Northeast of Iceland


The field trip to Theistareykir Geothermal Power Station is a unique one-day trip to explore how Landsvirkjun harnesses geothermal power.

Participants will fly to Akureyri in the Northeast of Iceland and go onwards to Theistareykir by bus, witnessing the extraordinary landscape of Lake Myvatn on their way.

Once at Theistareykir they will be guided through Iceland’s newest and most sophisticated geothermal power plant by our expert guides who all have extensive experience in geothermal exploration and utilisation, and learn about the fascinating history of geothermal power and its utilisation in the Northeast of Iceland.

In case there will sufficient snow on the ground at the time, participants will travel the Theistareykir area on snow scooters adding to an already unique experience.

Inside the Glacier – Langjökull Icecave

INTO THE CLACIER Europe’s largest man-made ice tunnel and caves, opened June 1 2015. Set high on second largest ice cap in Iceland, Langjökull, stretching 200 meters into solid glacier ice 30 meters below the surface. INTO THE GLACER will offer visitors a once in a lifetime experience, where they get to explore around and within the mighty Langjökull.


Golden Circle – Gullfoss and Geysir


The waterfall Gullfoss and Geysir the geothermal field needs little introduction: it includes some of Iceland’s most stunning sights.

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