An Adventure in the Land of Fire and Ice!

Last updated: Jan 30th, 2019

Earlier this month, our Geography Tours Development Manager, Cath Rule, was lucky enough to head over to the land of fire and ice to accompany a school group as their Field Study Tutor. The role of a Field Study Tutor is to give that ‘WOW’ factor to your Geography Trip, bringing the whole experience to life for students with geographical expertise, as well as taking the pressure off the party leader by giving invaluable on-tour support.

As a seasoned visitor to Iceland and a former Geography teacher with a real passion to enthuse young minds about geography, Cath is perfectly placed to help inspire the future generation of geographers by allowing them to experience the wonders of the world around them.

Spending an action-packed five days exploring Iceland, Cath and the budding geographers took in the very best of Iceland’s geographical marvels. From venturing across to the island of Heimaey, to taking a dip in the geothermally heated Secret Lagoon (and everything in between), the group had a truly memorable trip of a lifetime!

Take a look at our photo gallery below to see just some of the remarkable sights, stunning scenery and incredible natural wonders they witnessed.

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If you’d like to experience Iceland for yourself, our expert Tour Consultants would be delighted to speak with you about how you can give your Geography students an Icelandic adventure. Call 01332 347 828 or e-mail