Iceland's jaw-dropping vistas provide the ideal backdrop for learning about the scientific wonders of our world. We're happy to arrange a whole host of Iceland science trips for budding scientists of all ages.

From glaciers, geysers and gushing waterfalls, to active volcanoes and craggy volcanic beaches, Iceland's awe-inspiring landscape is like no other. For young scientists interested in the wonders of our world, science trips to Iceland can be a fantastic way for them to learn more.

Whilst here, students can partake in a number of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, including swimming in a stunning geothermal lagoon, and walking in between the Eurasian and North American plates. Time it just right, and they’ll see the Aurora Borealis in all its glory.

With such a rich collection of sites, a science and technology trip to Iceland is overflowing in exciting natural wonders and iconic attractions. From South Shore Adventure Days and a trip to The Golden Circle, to The Wonders of Reykjanes, The Westman Islands and Blue Lagoon.

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Science - Iceland

Day 1


Flight from UK to Reykjavik Tour Day 3 Full day A full day, guided coach excursion to the ‘South Shore’ to witness its many incredible geographical features Evening Evening meal at your hotel, before swimming at a local geothermal pool Tour Day 4 Morning A guided exploration of Reykjavik before transferring to the airport your return flight home


Guided tour of Reykjavik, visits could include: Reykjavik City Hall & Hallgrímskirkja Church, Flyrover Iceland (BRAND NEW - see full itinerary for full details), Perlan Centre.


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Day 2


Meet your local guide for a full day touring Iceland’s Golden Circle, visits could include: Thingvellir National Park, Gullfloss waterfall, Geysir Center, Freidheimar Green Houses. (see full itinerary for more details on these possible visits).


An optional evening attraction is the Secret Lagoon, your opportunity to enjoy the healing powers of these geothermal baths.

Day 3


Meet your local guide for a full tour of Iceland’s Southern Shore, visits could include: Lava Centre, Seljalandsfoss waterfall, Skógar Waterfall, Sólheimajökull Glacier and the Sagnagardur Visitor Centre (see full itinerary for more details on these possible visits).


Icelandic Lava Show - The only place in the world where you can safely experience hot molten lava in close proximity. The show, which is both educational and exhilarating, recreates a volcano eruption, similar to those of both Eyjafjallajökull and Katla

Day 4


Meet your local guide for a tour of the Reykjanes Peninsula, visits could include: "Bridge between the Continents" and Hellisheidi Power Station (see full itinerary for more details on these possible visits).. Then transfer to Reykjavik for your flight back to the UK.



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