Iceland

Iceland is a Nordic Country located in the North Atlantic Ocean, it is east of Greenland and is close to the Arctic Circle.

Iceland is rugged and beautiful. And perfect for most outdoor adventures, all year round. The landscape serves as an epic backdrop to whatever activity you have in mind. But don't take our word for it. Just see for yourself.

Most people come to Iceland for nature, but along with this Iceland's most unrivalled treasure is the people, who are warm and friendly. Enjoy a walk around town, visit the local swimming pool, and purchase local produce, for a chance to mingle with the friendly locals.

  • Local languages: Icelandic
  • Currency: Icelandic Krona
  • Time Difference: 0 hours
  • Flight Time: 3 hours

What our customers say about us

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"All the representatives from Smile and their team in Cape Town, were excellent. They were very professional, helpful, supportive and all-round good people. They ensured that the tour was fully inclusive and immersive in South Africa culture, including daily information on the areas we visited and the history. Thank you for making it an excellent tour for our students."

Rob Kench, Director of Sport - Scarborough College, Girls' Hockey Tour: Cape Town

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Jess Lazenby, Brentwood School, Holland Hockey Tour

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