Iceland, a place where fire and ice co-exist, is a geological wonder and a land of extremes. Whether you are a geography or a science buff or someone just looking for a unique experience, this trip will not disappoint. We start in the capital city of Reykjavik, home to one of the best museums of Northern Lights before visiting areas of geothermal activity, stopping to admire one of the largest geothermal power stations in the world. Naturally, gigantic waterfalls, lava fields, gushing geysers, bubbling mudpots and ice-covered volcanoes can hardly be left out on a trip like this. But you’ll also have the opportunity to turn this into a personal adventure by adding the optional adventures of dipping in the Blue Lagoon & hiking on a glacier. Iceland is spectacular and it’s an amazing example of the vast processes that go into the making of this planet, making it one of the most visited places by geologists. Make your school lessons come to life on this once-in-a-lifetime trip to Iceland!