Share the open plains with herds of reindeer, in this beautiful natural setting.
Encounter a range of incredible scenery, trekking through forests, desert and mountainous landscapes.
Iceland is a country shaped by geothermal activity and glacial actions, explore this incredible area under the leadership of experienced guides.
Explore the renowned Laugavegur Trail on a six day trekking adventure through the sublime topography of the geothermal regions of Iceland. Under the leadership of expert guides, enjoy a wonderful insight into the diversity of the region, from glaciers to volcanoes, deserts to alpine valleys.
Summit the magnificent Brennisteinsalda volcano, called the 'Sulphur Wave' and distinctively coloured from the sulphuric deposits from the volcanic activity.
Trek through barren black sand desert, with bright green conical peaks rising from the expanse of black sand.
Delve into lush, heavily forested alpine valleys, crafted over years of glacial activity.
Arrive in Iceland to be met by the guides. Take a transfer to Reykjavik with the rest of the day free to explore the city.
Embarking on the adventure, take a local bus 120 miles to the multi coloured massif of Lanmannalaugar in the Fjallabak Nature Reserve. Hike along the Dómadalur route, marvelling at volcanoes, before setting up camp. Further hiking in the afternoon to either Ljótipollur crater lake or the impressive volcano Bláhnúkur.
A full day hiking in the Landmannalaugar area, a world of lava fields, Rhyolite mountains and geothermal activity. Via the Sudurnamur ridge, summit Brennisteinsalda, the most colourful volcano in Iceland. Along the descent, visit vast lava fields and stunning gorges. Soothe aching muscles with a warm river swim near the campsite.
Head into one of the more active geothermal areas on the planet. Explore the glacier-topped volcano at Hrafntinnusker before weaving through hidden valleys at the foot of the Tindfjöll Glacier. Camping near Lake Alftavatn.
Trek through the Emstrur Desert, a vast expanse of black sand, punctuated by bright green conical mountains. Explore the Hattafell cone before arriving at the campsite.
Transition into the lush green forested valley of Thorsmörk, a stark contrast to the barren volcanic regions of previous days. Camp in a lush valley with wonderful views.
Hike through the enchanting forests of Thorsmörk before returning to Reykjavik. Evening meal is not included, which gives the opportunity to sample Icelandic eateries in the capital.
After breakfast, take a transfer to the airport to being the journey home.
This trip takes responsibility seriously and ‘goes the extra mile’ to ensure that your presence in this country is entirely positive.
All guides and partners are hand picked to ensure that every aspect of your trip operates to the highest standard and reflect the strong values, ethics and joy of travel.
This commitment to Responsible Travel is mutually beneficial without compromising the countries and communities touched or the depth and uniqueness of your adventure.
Let’s help keep these wonderful places precious.
All crew are paid proper wages and are treated with respect and dignity. This trip with IMEC, IPPG and KPAP, all not-for-profit organisations that focus on improving the working conditions of porters.
Travellers are given the opportunity to mitigate some of the environmental impacts of flying by supporting community and conservation initiatives.
This trip is a proud supporter of the Leave No Trace and Travellers Against Plastic campaigns, which help educate travellers on the impact of travel and provide practical guidance for enjoying the outdoors responsibly.
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