Iceland is known as “the land of fire and ice” for good reason. It may be one of the smallest countries in the world, with a population of a little over 360,000, but it has one of the most diverse, unusual, and stunning landscapes.
An Island, centrally located between Europe the USA & Canada, it is the perfect place for teams to meet. Reykjavik Airport receives many international flights from USA and most European Airports. It is a 4.5-hour flight from New York, 8-hour flight from California and a 2.5 hour flight from London.
A truly breath-taking landscape of fire and ice.
The capital Reykjavik has more than its fair share of excellent hotels, conference venues and restaurants. But it is when you leave the city and explore the surrounding areas that Iceland is truly breath-taking. A volcanic island where the European and American plates meet; the “fire” part of its reputation is seen in the famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, lava fields and the island’s many hot springs and geysers. The “ice” part is best seen in the spectacular mountains, ice caves, and glaciers. Snowmobile tours are a particular delight for those wanting to experience the icy landscapes up close.
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