We want this event to also include the ability to see some of the great parts of Iceland, and get in some skydiving as well. So between jumps or on weather days we will look to include some of these activities for the group.
Note: Some may be at extra cost and some will be included (check back here for updates closer to the event as availability is confirmed).
(one of possibly many)
Enjoy the oldest Natural Pool in Iceland.
Through the ages, it has been a tradition to bathe in warm water at Hverahólmi.In the old days, people also used it for washing clothes (in Vaðmálahver). Moreover, it was the site of the legislative body of the Flúðir community until 1894! In 1909, the first swimming lessons in Iceland were held at Gamla Laugin, and then every year until 1947. From 1947, Gamla Laugin fell into many years of oblivion. In 2005, the idea of giving the place a second life was born. It took several years to bring it back into use. The goal was to make it more comfortable, compared to the previous century, but still authentic. Secret Lagoon happily celebrated its opening on the 7th of June 2014.
The National Museum of Iceland (Þjóðminjasafn Íslands [ˈθjouðˌmɪnjaˌsapn ˈistlan(t)s]) was established on 24 February 1863, with Jón Árnason the first curator of the Icelandic collection, previously kept in Danish museums. The second curator, Sigurður Guðmundsson, advocated the creation of an antiquarian collection, and the museum was called the Antiquarian Collection until 1911.
Take a tour with us and explore how the cave people lived in the wild nature of Iceland fewer than 100 years ago. The cave, located in unspoiled nature only a 60 minute drive from Reykjavik, is truly a magnificent place to visit.
It will be Puffin season! With 8 to 10 million puffins inhabiting the island, Iceland is home for more than 60% of the world's entire Atlantic puffin population. With a large part of this population walking almost hand in wing with humans during the summer season, it is definitely something Icelanders are proud of.
There is no better way to see the magnificent Icelandic landscape, shaped by fire and ice, than on a good Icelandic horse
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