After an exploration of Hveragerdi and its geothermal activity, including the Varma river; we packed the bus and set off for the Rekjanes peninsula to view the Western Volcanic Zone.
No trip to Iceland is complete without smelling the fumeroles of Krusvik, the potent hydrogen sulphide smell had the students holding their noses, whilst being amazed at the colours in this strange landscape. Tales of witches and ghosts at the Gunnhver springs with one last look at the incredible geothermal activity before the group make their way back to the airport for our trip home.
Find out more about Cirencester Kingshill’s time in Iceland in our other blog installments. Catch them here.