Land of Fire and Ice Reykjavik Iceland


I just returned a a couple of weeks ago from escorting a group to  Iceland. It far exceeded our expectations!!!! There are not enough words  in the dictionary to to give this country justice in its extraordinary  beauty and its people. They are kind, patient and very welcoming to  Americans. We saw the Northern Lights not just once but on 2 different  nights. The tours were off the charts fabulous. Iceland is now one of my top five all time favorite trips.

 I am going to limit this group to 20 people. The reason for this is the  midsize bus will hold 20 people. This is the perfect size for us with  stopping and getting off the bus and on the bus and it just gives us a  much for pleasurable experience. This will also give us more time at our  point of interest stops.

Iceland is an island in the North  Atlantic. It is home to a progressive and peaceful nation that has  formed a modern society where freedom and equality are the most  important qualities. Iceland continuously ranks near the top of  measurements for quality of life, gender equality, and democracy, and is  one of the highest ranked countries in the world regarding health care,  education and internet availability.

Iceland is a country of  extreme geological contrasts. Widely known as “The Land of Fire and Ice”  Iceland is home to some of the largest glaciers in Europe, and some of  the world’s most active volcanoes.

The Northern Lights, also  called Aurora Borealis, and Norðurljós in Icelandic, are one of the most  spectacular shows on this earth and can frequently be seen in Iceland  from September through March on clear and crisp nights. The Northern  Lights occur high above the surface of the earth where the atmosphere  has become extremely thin, at an altitude of 100-250 km. They are  created by electrically charged particles that make the thin air shine,  not unlike a fluorescent light. Auroras can be seen in auroral belts  that form 20-25 degrees around the geomagnetic poles, both the north and  the south.

Total $1475.00 per person based on double occupancy.

Rate includes air from Washington Dulles International Airport to  Reykjavik, Iceland and 6 nights at FossHotel This hotel has the perfect  location and has a fabulous breakfast buffet. My group absolutely loved  it!!!!!!
(4 Star Hotel) and also includes breakfast.
Air add ons are available from other cities.

If you are interested in additional information call 678-325-8351.