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Discover Iceland – Fire and Ice on a Mid-Ocean Ridge

This trip is open to all geoscience enthusiasts.

The trip has VERY limited numbers.  Early registration is recommended.

July 15-21, 2019

IMG_6342This 6-day (5 night) field trip to Iceland highlights the amazing geology of this Mid-Ocean Ridge country.  We will walk across a plate boundary, see recent active volcanism, climb amazing craters, walk to glaciers and so much more.  Each and every turn of the road has amazing sites, waterfalls and the greenest landscapes imaginable.

Iceland is an amazing place to learn about Plate Tectonics and glacial landforms.

Help! She is going to fallWe will visit historic sites, including where all geysers obtained their name and where the parliament of the oldest running democracy met in the open air of a rift zone of a mid-ocean ridge.  We will bath in geothermal hot springs and see how the Icelandic economy uses geothermal power.

This trip is truly amazing.

Click here to download more information.

Cost: $US3,695 per person (not including airfares to/from Keflavík International Airport. (Shared rooms.  Single supplement available – US$955 pp)).


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Refund policy –  Iceland July 2019 Trip
Trip payment (including deposit) is fully refundable minus a US$50 administration fee up till COB on December 31,  2018.   Cancellations between January 1,  2019 and April 1,  2019 will forfeit deposit (US$500). Full payment is due before April 1, 2019.  There are no refunds after April 1,  2019. We strongly suggest that you take out travel insurance to cover cancellations due to health or other circumstances.
Not yet ready to register – but would like to join our mailing list about our Iceland Trip?  Then complete this form.
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Discover Iceland – Fire and Ice on a Mid-Ocean Ridge (Open to all)
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