School Geography Trips to Iceland

An extraordinary landscape with endless adventure!

Untouched wilderness and larger-than-life scenery
From £799pp i

Iceland has long been our most visited destination for geography school trips, with its stunning mountain ranges, strewn with gleaming glaciers and powerful geysers. Explore one of the world’s northernmost populated regions and unique landscape.

Demand is greater than ever before for Geography School Trips to Iceland.  Schools are sharing a renewed determination to travel and explore the wonders of Iceland with their students. It’s time for us all to dream big and make these amazing adventures a reality!

If you’re thinking of planning an Iceland geography school trip adventure, now is the time to get in touch with our team of experts, to discuss your tour objectives and let us create something special for your school! 

  • Students in hard hats exploring Iceland on Geography School Trp
  • Group of students against scenery of Iceland on a Geography School Trip
  • Students taking photo's of scenery on a geography school trip to Iceland
  • Students stood beside an erupting geyser on a Geography School Trip to Iceland
  • Group photo of a class of students on an Iceland School Geography Trip

Excursions in Iceland

Browse a selection of our favourite excursions


Popular places to stay in Iceland

  • Outdoor, heated swimming pool and jacuzzis
  • Fantastic games room
  • Within walking distance of shops and restaurants
  • Games room
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Large group dining room

Customer feedback:

“The location of Hotel Ork was excellent, being at the centre of the Golden Circle and sites easily accessible. The outside pool, communal areas were a real bonus and meant that our evening itinerary was easy to organise.”

Ripley St Thomas Church of England Academy

  • Enjoy some friendly competition in the well-equipped games room
  • Go for a swim in the outdoor pool
  • Visit the local shops and pick up some Icelandic treats
  • Short stroll from the centre of Reykjavik
  • 5 minutes from Laugardalslaug swimming pool
  • Within walking distance of cafes and restaurants
  • Triple, twin and single rooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Customer Feedback: "A very friendly and accommodating hotel. The buffet style breakfast and food is ideal." Saints Peter & Paul Catholic College
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Wi-Fi
  • Tuck into the delicious buffet breakfast
  • Relax with a drink in the bar
  • Go for a swim at the nearby Laugardalslaug pool
  • Explore the city centre of Reykjavik by foot and grab a bite to eat
  • Beautiful, rural surroundings
  • Ideal for stargazing and spotting the Northern Lights
  • Sole occupancy available for larger groups
  • Nearby swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Customer Feedback: "Ran by a lovely family who gave us a short little introduction to Icelandic culture every evening!" Haygrove Academy
  • Customer Feedback: "This is hotel we will use repeatedly on future trips!" Stewart's Melville College
  • Dining and study areas
  • Indoor and outdoor games
  • Nearby swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Relax in the dining and study areas
  • Team up and play some games
  • Head over to the nearby swimming pool
  • Spend a night stargazing and looking out for the Northern Lights

Curriculum Information

Perfect for all ages and stages of secondary education

  • Curricular Links
    • Changing Places
    • Climate Change
    • Coastal Systems & Landscapes
    • Cold Environments
    • Ecosystems & Biodiversity
    • Geographical Skills
    • Glacial Systems & Landscapes
    • Globalisation & Global Systems
    • Natural Hazards
    • Plate Tectonics
    • Population
    • Resource Management
    • River Systems & Landscapes
    • Rocks, Weathering & Soil
    • Rural Environments
    • Tourism
    • Urban Environments
    • Water & Carbon Cycles
    • Weather & Climate

Cross Curricular Trips to Iceland!

Creating further opportunities for students to explore the wonders of Iceland…

Iceland is a fascinating country to visit whatever your area of interest or expertise and there are no end of learning opportunities, that cover a whole host of subjects. Iceland isn’t just about Geography – it’s about so much more! Humanities, Science and Photography, trust they’re all covered off on a cross curricular trip to Iceland!

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Why schools choose us

A spectacular sense of otherness, experiencing alien landscapes, under the midnight sun – a life changing adventure!

Phil Brooks, Dudley College

An excellent ‘full on tour’ of the natural glacial and tectonic features of Iceland!

Elizabeth Taylor, Chenderit School

A fantastic experience for students to develop their classroom knowledge and be inspired by the amazing physical geography of Iceland.

Calley Toomey, Bishop Justus C of E School

FAQs about this tour

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Views of skogafoss waterfall on a school geography trip to Iceland

Travel in safe hands

Your safety is of the utmost importance to us and we monitor the safety aspects of all of our tours to ensure you have a memorable experience for all the right reasons.

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