With black volcanic beaches, snow-capped mountains and thundering waterfalls, Iceland needs to be seen to be believed. This five-day adventure trip will give you the opportunity to charge through the wilderness on a snowmobile, traverse glaciers, walk behind waterfalls, and soak in a natural hot spring while watching out for the Northern Lights. Foodies will enjoy trying geothermal baked bread, plus toasting new friends with a shot of the Icelandic spirit, brennivín. You’ll also get to explore the Golden Circle, with three of the most stunning sights in southwest Iceland, by private super jeep. Not bad for a long weekend. All of our trips are flightless in destination, with 100% of all carbon emissions offset. It's just part of how we see the world while being good to it.
As well as being one of the only fully sustainable hotels in Iceland – it’s powered by hot springs – Hotel Húsafell is also one of the best places in the country to spot the Northern Lights. Enjoy the night-time illuminations from the nearby steaming geothermal pools.
This family-owned horse farm, located between the Golden Circle and the south coast of Iceland near Hella. Expect snow-covered cabin-style rooms with expansive mountain views. Kick back in the on-site hot tub underneath the twinkling night sky.
Slap-bang in the heart of Reykjavik's creative quarter, this hip hotel is housed in a spacious, warehouse-like building and filled with mid-Century accents (think leggy furniture, lashings of teak and velvet, and houseplants). The highlight? Undoubtedly the bar, with its focal chain-link lighting installation.