Walking holidays in Iceland
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Iceland adventure holiday in Autumn

Iceland adventure holiday in Autumn

Guided tour in autumn under flamboyant colours
From £1,800 8 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 17 Sep
Iceland wellbeing holiday, Watsu and TakeTina practice

Iceland wellbeing holiday, Watsu and TakeTina practice

Discover Iceland off the beaten track + Watsu and Taketina
From £1,690 8 days ex flights
Small group travel
Iceland hiking holiday, Fjallabak

Iceland hiking holiday, Fjallabak

Amazing trek "behind the mountains" off the beaten path
From £2,190 9 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 29 Jul
Iceland walking holiday, West Fjords

Iceland walking holiday, West Fjords

Explore Iceland's stunning and preserved West Fjords
From £2,190 8 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 2 Jul, 30 Jul, 13 Aug
Iceland walking holiday

Iceland walking holiday

Bespoke walking holiday in the stunning landscape of Iceland
From £1,300 8 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 1 Jul, 8 Jul
Iceland walking holiday, East fjords

Iceland walking holiday, East fjords

6 days trekking in the “Kingdom of Elves” in the East fjords
From £1,590 7 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2017: 16 Jul
Iceland walking holiday, Laugavegur

Iceland walking holiday, Laugavegur

Join us for the famous Landmannalaugar - Thorsmork trek
From £1,500 6 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Walking holiday in Iceland

Walking holiday in Iceland

Explore the best walking areas in Iceland
From £4,099 to £4,199 14 days inc UK flights
Small group travel: 2017: 15 Jul, 29 Jul
2018: 2 Jun, 16 Jun, 14 Jul, 28 Jul, 11 Aug
    Iceland wellbeing holiday, Watsu and TakeTina practice
    From
    £1,690
    including domestic flights only
    Memorable parts? The guide, Ingimundur, had a wonderful passion for his country and delighted in showing us parts of this astonishing landscape which I doubt would be discovered by most independent travellers. Tips? Each season in Iceland brings a different set of wonders. A one-off holiday, such as this one (which was run, unusually, at the end of winter) gives an opportunity to see an astonishing country at a time when it is more-or-less free of tourists. coping with the spectacularly... (more)Kerry Bateman
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