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Home to the Northern lights, exciting glaciers and hip capital Reykjavík, Iceland is truly one for the bucket list, an exciting incentive destination, and gaining traction for meetings. This is a chance to ensure your groups immerse themselves in this awe inspiring, phenomenal country.
Iceland is one of the most prominent incentive destinations on the planet, and it's not difficult to see why!
Known as "The Land of Ice and Fire", Iceland offers a remarkable extreme of contrasts, from some of the largest glaciers in Europe to some of the most active volcanoes in the world! The contrasting nature provides the perfect backdrop for your next incentive. Groups can enjoy adrenaline fuelled activities such as snowmobiling, caving, ice climbing and 4x4 self drive experiences, before relaxing at the world famous Blue Lagoon or enjoying the wonders of the Golden Circle tour. Of course there is always the chance to chase the Northern Lights! This small list of ideas only scratches the surface of what is possible in Iceland; why not turn wild ideas into real adventures?
Reykjavik: The capital and largest city, known for its modernist architecture and vibrant cultural scene
Akureyri: Known as the "Capital of North Iceland," famous for its botanical gardens and winter sports
Vik: Famous for its black sand beaches and basalt sea stacks
Húsavík: Known as the "Whale Capital of Iceland," offering various whale-watching tours
Ísafjörður: The largest town in the Westfjords, known for its dramatic landscapes
Egilsstaðir: Located in East Iceland, known for its proximity to natural attractions like Seydisfjordur
Selfoss: A town in South Iceland, known for nearby attractions like the Golden Circle and the Blue Lagoon
Snæfellsnes Peninsula: Known for its diverse landscapes, including the Snæfellsjökull glacier
Keflavik International Airport is the main international gateway. Around 2.5-3 hours of direct flight from the UK.
UTC +0 (Greenwich Mean Time)
UTC +1 (Iceland Daylight Time, observed from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October)
English is commonly used in business and tourist areas
Icelandic Króna (ISK)
Weather & Seasons
Subarctic and tundra climate; cold winters and cool summers. The Midnight Sun occurs in the summer, and the Northern Lights are visible in the winter.
Whilst the capital of Reyjavik is set with modern hotels and meeting space, the breathtaking nature of Iceland can offer you more. The Langjokull Ice Cave has a 500 meter long tunnel that has been excavated into the heart of the glacier. The tunnel is well lit with LED lights that have been custom fitted under the ice walls, giving a turquoise bluish light along it's corridors. There are two small event spaces, 1 for 35 people, the other for up to 65 people, that can be set up for a private gathering, presentation, meeting, or other form of happening you would like!
Iceland offers world class incentive possibilities. Alongside the adrenaline pumped activities that come in conjunction with the nature of this destination, there is even the option to offer your groups the once in a lifetime experience of camping on the Glacier. Fully kitted out, luxury tents, provide the chance for your group to have a gala dinner under the northern lights before residing for the night in comfort. Even begin your glacier experience in style by taking a helicopter there and embarking on a 4x4 jeep drive to your camp.