Back by popular demand! We can’t wait to welcome our members to return to “the land of fire and ice” at the 2023 EO Iceland Exploration from 6 – 11 February 2023! In FY21/22, this Exploration sold out and we have decided to bring it back once again to allow more EOers to experience Iceland with a trip only EO can offer.
Iceland boasts some of the largest glaciers in Europe and is home to the world’s most active volcanoes. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, has transformed from its humble beginnings. What was once a sleepy, mountainside fish town is now a North Atlantic hub for art, design and music—complete with a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The country leads the world in renewable energy usage, thanks to its remarkable geography and geology that provide both hydrothermal and geothermal resources. Iceland comes alive at Geysir, where geysers shoot scalding water up to a height of 70 meters—a spectacle that has drawn crowds since the 17th century.
One of the country’s most unique and exclusive geothermal-powered luxuries is the Laugarvatn Fontana. Guests come to soak in the mineral-rich hot springs and relax in Finnish-style saunas and steam rooms while gazing in awe at the ethereal Icelandic surroundings. No trip is complete without a stop at the on-site geothermal bakery for a bite of fresh, warm bread and Icelandic butter.
The most famous sight in Iceland attracts visitors from all over the world: the Northern Lights, a spectacular natural phenomenon. At Aurora Basecamp, guests experience a real-time indoor simulation before venturing outside with an expert guide to view the breathtaking wonder live. Even if you’ve seen them before, each time is a truly memorable experience.
The adventure begins on 6 February 2023! Discover everything Iceland has to offer in the 2022 EO Iceland Exploration.