OFF ROAD INTO WILD PART OF ICELAND
OFF ROAD INTO WILD PART OF ICELAND
With Iceland, it was love at first sight. We return there as often as possible, which is why our dream was to discover this amazing Land of Fire and Ice even more and go where few get to go: Iceland’s Interior. With us, you will explore the magical Landmannalaugar - Rainbow Mountains, the green land of Thorsmork or the corners and mysteries of the Westfjords, and cross rivers. You may also count on many surprises :) Join us on this extremely unique journey. Discover Iceland’s fascinating Interior with us!
Expeditions for those who like to be active – rich in long walks and treks, backpacking, travel by local transport.
As befits true hikers, we will spend our nights in tents or comfortable campers. The participants will be provided with: tents for 2-4, gas cookers and, in some options, camping chairs.
An adventurous expedition – self-designed itinerary full of extreme experiences. Travel by local transport, lots of backpacking, 1-3 days of trekking and crossing.
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A drive through volcanic landscapes Empty gravel roads… If you are adventurous, this trip is for you. Try your hand at drivi...
A drive through volcanic landscapes
Empty gravel roads… If you are adventurous, this trip is for you. Try your hand at driving through the extraordinary Interior – sometimes in places where the roads leave a lot to be desired. An adventure of a lifetime awaits you!
Rainbow Mountain Trek Experience an unforgettable trek in the extremely colourful Landmannalaugar mountains. Discover how the rich...
Rainbow Mountain Trek
Experience an unforgettable trek in the extremely colourful Landmannalaugar mountains. Discover how the rich colours of the slopes contrast with the shimmering obsidian lava fields. Take a dip in a natural hot spring where visitors are free to bathe all year round. Traversing this remarkable area is one of the best things any trekking and nature lover can do in Iceland.
Fresh fish straight off a cutter and a rotten shark! Iceland is a fishing powerhouse, with its economy based mainly on the fishery...
Fresh fish straight off a cutter and a rotten shark!
Iceland is a fishing powerhouse, with its economy based mainly on the fishery. So get ready for delicious fish dishes like you’ve never tasted before. Fresh cod straight from the water from a fisherman at a port? By all means! And there is also something for those who crave extreme delicacies. You will certainly feel satisfied with rotten shark meat which can be bought almost everywhere here 🙂
Mývatn Nature Baths – natural geothermal pools Doesn’t every traveller exploring the Interior deserve a little rest? Mývatn...
Mývatn Nature Baths – natural geothermal pools
Doesn’t every traveller exploring the Interior deserve a little rest? Mývatn Nature Baths are a much less commercial equivalent of the famous “Blue Lagoon”. The blue colour of the lagoon stands out against the beautiful surroundings. The blue water of the perfect temperature invites you to take a dip in, dismiss all worries and enjoy a moment of relaxation. Optional attraction for the willing.
AMAZING LANDSCAPES OF THE INTERIOR
Austere, virgin nature, the cleanest air in Europe and rivers full of fish – these are only some of the marvels this amazing island can boast of. Hot springs, geysers blowing out with clockwork precision and gorgeous waterfalls just wait there to be admired. Throughout the trip, we’ll travel in cars adapted for traversing the Interior. We will see everything Iceland has to offer: impressive glaciers, peaceful rivers and glacial lakes, scenic bays and fjords, and majestic volcanoes. We will go to places where few get to go. We will travel on gravel roads, cross rivers, go trekking and admire the Martian landscapes of the Interior!
EXPEDITION INTO THE INTERIOR
Following this itinerary, we will see the most beautiful landscapes, face all elements and understand at once why millions have come to love this magical Land of Fire and Ice. Unforgettable experience await us – reserved for the few! The Interior is the least accessible area on the map of Iceland – and yet we will trek through its most beautiful places. The trekking routes will be adjusted on site by the leader, taking into account the prevailing weather conditions and the group’s physical fitness.
LANDMANNALAUGAR - THE RAINBOW MOUNTAINS
Landmannalaugar are an extremely rare area, both in geological and aesthetic terms. Landmannalaugar are located next to the jet black Laugahraun lava field, a vast area of dried magma originally formed in 1477. Landmannalaugar themselves are windblown mountains of rhyolite, a rock that creates a full spectrum of brilliant colour on the mountainside, hence they are often referred to as the “coloured mountains”. Shades of red, pink, green and golden yellow change their tone, reflecting the movement of the Sun’s rays and creating a landscape unlike any other on Earth. Beautiful treks await us there.
INTERIOR - UNFORGETTABLE TREKKING
The Interior is famous for its awe-inspiring views, impossible to see solely from a car. To fully feel the Interior, marvel at its beauty, experience it – you have to go trekking! Our treks will be of varying difficulty – some of them more demanding, but the views will always reward every kilometre of the way and every effort put into the trek. Trust us, if you haven’t yet been to the Interior, you know nothing about the beauty of trekking! Important! The number of treks and the choice of a particular route depends on the psycho-physical fitness of the participants and the weather conditions.
LANDMANNALAUGAR: BRENNISTEINSALDA - IMPRESSIVE AND VARIED VIEWS
Brennisteinsalda is stunning with its views. Passing through a geothermal area and fields of solidified lava, we ascend a volcano that last erupted in 1961. Beautiful views of the whole area await us there. This not very difficult trek is definitely worth experiencing and enjoying! It will also offer us a beautiful view of the Rainbow Mountains 🙂
Trek duration: 3h – 4h
Difficulty level: moderately technically demanding route, at least minimum physical fitness advisable.
LANDMANNALAUGAR: SUDURNAMUR - THE VASTNESS OF SPACE
A lot of hiking sharply uphill, then a lot of descending sharply downhill, but also beautiful views of the Rainbow Mountains. The landscapes are truly fabulous, making one wonder how Mother Nature was able to create something so beautiful. The higher we go up, the more beautiful the views and the more stunning the expanse!
Trek duration: 4h – 5h (8.5 km)
Difficulty level: moderately technically demanding route, physical fitness advisable.
LANDMANNALAUGAR: BLAHNUKUR - VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES
Blahnukur is a volcano near Landmannalaugar, in the southern mountains of Iceland. Its name literally means “blue peak” and is derived from the blue-black colour of the lava mixed with volcanic ash on its sides. From its top, we may enjoy an impressive view of the five glaciers and the Rainbow Mountains.
Trek duration: 3h – 4h
Difficulty level: technically easy route, moderately demanding in terms of fitness.
LANDMANNALAUGUR - NATURAL HOT SPRINGS
The Landmannalaugur natural hot springs are located in the Landmannalaguar camping area. There are places with lukewarm water and other where it is almost scalding – so everyone can find a suitable spot. Perfect springs to chill out at the end of the day after trekking in the Rainbow Mountains or to warm up in the morning after a cold Icelandic night.
THORSMORK - A VALLEY BETWEEN THREE GLACIERS
Thorsmork is one of those places that looks too good to be true. Bright green mountains, volcanic glaciers, rugged nature and glacial rivers – all this literally out of a dream! Seeing it with your own eyes, you suddenly realise that you have never encountered anything so beautiful before. Þórsmörk in Icelandic means the “Valley of Thor” and it is located in the mountains between three glaciers. In Thorsmork, you can experience the power of nature and find some of the most amazing landscapes in all of Iceland.
THORSMORK: MAGNI AND MODI - VOLCANIC CRATERS UP CLOSE
In the spring of 2010, the Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted in Iceland, resulting in a volcanic ash cloud covering most of mainland Europe. Magni and Modi are craters formed after this eruption. Steam is still rising here and the lava glows below the surface. Rest assured that this will be one of the treks to remember for the rest of your life, where you will approach the very craters to look inside.
Trek duration: approx. 8h
Difficulty level: moderately technically demanding route (rope approaches), demanding in terms of fitness.
THORSMORK: TINDFJÖLL SUMMIT - AN APPROACH WITH VIEWS
The route to Tindfjöll offers beautiful scenery and some of Thorsmork’s best viewpoints. Our starting point is the Langidalur Hut, from where the route is sometimes steep and requires traversing undulating slopes. If longer uphill hikes are not a problem for you, then you can easily manage this trek and, as it happens in these areas of Thorsmork – the views will knock you out and make up for any effort 🙂 Availability of this trek depends on time reserves and group fitness.
Trek duration: 3h – 5h
Difficulty level: technically easy route, moderately demanding in terms of fitness.
HNAUSAPOLLUR - CRATER LAKE
Hnausapollur is often called by its other name, Bláhylur, because of the turquoise colour of the water. It is a crater lake at about 570 metres above sea level. One could think it’s an abandoned place, but don’t be surprised if you see anglers fishing in the crater. The lake is full of trout!
SELJALANDSFOSS AND SKOGAFOSS WATERFALLS
Although Iceland can boast of a huge number of waterfalls, most of them do not match the popularity of Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. The waters of the Seljalandsá River fall around 60 metres down into a deep green pool forming the Seljalandsfoss waterfall. Although already extremely picturesque, it is additionally illuminated, which enhances the uniqueness of this place. What is more, you can approach the waterfall and even walk behind it! Skogafoss, on the other hand, 25 m wide, is one of Iceland’s largest waterfalls. During sunny days, double rainbows can often be seen above it.
SVARTIFOSS - THE BLACK FALLS
Svartifoss counts among Iceland’s most popular waterfalls. Not one of the tallest or most impressive, it is nevertheless stunning thanks to the basalt hexagonal columns that surround it. Although such rock formations can be found elsewhere in Iceland, none have the cascade of foamy water that lends so much beauty and fantasy to the basalt columns. From which comes the waterfall’s name, by the way. The beauty of this place has inspired many famous architects and artists.
DYRHÓLAEY - THE PUFFIN PENINSULA
One of Iceland’s most beautiful views. The name Dyrhólaey literally means “door hole island”. In spring, many puffins arrive here to nest, so this rocky peninsula is a great place to watch these adorable animals. It is presumed that around 80,000 years ago Dyrhólaey was a separate island, which joined the mainland due to an underwater volcanic eruption. Nowadays, many tourists come here to meet a puffin, but also to marvel at the shoreline seen from high above – and it is a truly fascinating view!
FJAÐRÁRGLJÚFUR - A STUNNING CANYON
Discover this beautiful and little-known canyon in southern Iceland, near the historic village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur. The Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon was formed by the run-off of waters from a glacial lake, which washed away the soft stone leaving only the more resistant rocks behind. As Fjaðrárgljúfur is less crowded than other places in the area, its beauty can be savoured in peace and quiet. What’s more, its isolation makes it a dream destination for photographers and those craving a deep contact with nature.
SKAFTAFELLSJÖKULL – AN OUTLET GLACIER
The Skaftafellsjökull outlet glacier is located in Skaftafell and is one of many such glaciers extending from Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull. This monumental glacier can be seen at the nature reserve at Öræfi. The ice cap used to cover eleven percent of Iceland’s surface area, now turned into the largest national park in Iceland.
REYNISFJARA - ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES
Covered in black sand, Reynisfjara is considered one of Iceland’s most distinctive places. Surrounded by unusual basalt rock formations that look like church organs, it very much stands out from other rock formations and beaches in Iceland. The place gained international acclaim when US “Islands Magazine” singled it out as one of the world’s ten most beautiful beaches.
JOKULSARLON – A UNIQUE GLACIER LAGOON
A picturesque lake in South Iceland, created by water flowing from the melting Vatnajökull glacier. In Icelandic, the lake’s name means “glacier lagoon”, and this is not just a poetic description – even in the middle of our summer, smaller and larger blocks of ice are scattered on its beaches. It is one of those places where winter never ends. The lake is located within the Vatnajökull National Park – the largest national park in Europe. In order to truly appreciate the unique atmosphere of this exceptional place, we will wander the black sand beach along the lagoon’s shore. This is one of the very few spots in the world where you can see a river flowing from a glacier and into the sea – a surrealistic and unearthly view.
DIAMOND BEACH - A GLACIAL LAND
The Diamond Beach is an extraordinary place where two elements, intermingling, have created an unforgettable sight. This one-of-a-kind combination of Icelandic volcanic forces and huge glaciers is one of the most interesting and unique places in Iceland. Just see these beautiful blocks of ice reflecting the Sun’s rays against the pitch-black volcanic sand and you will understand where the name of this beach comes from and why it has become such a popular destination. In Iceland, a lot depends on the season or the weather, but the Diamond Beach is a place worth visiting at any time.
HENGIFOSS - THE HANGING FALLS
Hengifoss is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in eastern Iceland, and the third tallest waterfall in the country. Its waters fall from an impressive height of 128 metres. They pour from a plateau into a deep gorge, which is why Hengifoss is often called the “Hanging Falls”. The river that forms the Hengifoss waterfall feeds into the waters of the famous Lake Lagarfljót, where, according to legend, the mythological sea monster Lagarfljótsormur lives.
SEYÐISFJÖRÐUR – THE VILLAGE OF WALTER MITTY
We will also visit the village where the film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty was shot. To get to Seyðisfjörður, you first have to drive up a high hill coping with numerous curves. The incredible expanse and that view of the harbour appearing in the distance – that’s really something! This is exactly the same route Walter Mitty took on his longboard in the film – and there will be the option of such a descent for the brave.
The Diamond Circle is a route in the north of Iceland connecting three of the most beautiful attractions in the region: Ásbyrgi Canyon, Dettifoss waterfall and Lake Mývatn. Although the Diamond Circle is not as well-known as the Golden Circle, mainly because it is located in the inaccessible north, it is just as stunning and impressive! Our route includes the majestic Dettifoss waterfall and Lake Mývatn, and if time allows, we will also drive to the Ásbyrgi Canyon 🙂
DETTIFOSS - ICELAND’S MOST POWERFUL WATERFALL
Dettifoss is the most powerful waterfall in Iceland. Although it is relatively small – only 45 m high, as much as 400 m³ of water per second flow through it during the summer! This remarkable waterfall is located in the north of Iceland and is much less frequented by tourists than the popular Gullfoss. While it is definitely a place to visit when in Iceland, as the surging masses of water are very impressive.
MYVATN - A PICTURESQUE LAKE OF THE NORTH
Intense blue water, moss-covered rocks and black caves are what makes Lake Myvatn a stunning landscape. The lake was formed around 2000 years ago and is the fourth largest in Iceland. It is located in an area shaped by strong volcanic activity, which means that nowhere else will you see such an accumulation of craters and volcanic rocks. A one-of-a-kind landscape!
GRJÓTAGJÁ - FEEL LIKE A GAME OF THRONES CHARACTER
Grjótagjá is a real treat for Game of Thrones fans, but those who have not seen the series will be impressed as well. It is a dark lava cave with steaming hot water. And while it may be very tempting to take a dip in this hot pond, you should know that it is not allowed! In this area, the hot lava is in close proximity to Earth’s surface, which results in significant spikes in water temperature. Bathing, therefore, can simply be dangerous. Still, it is certainly a place worth visiting when touring all the attractions around Lake Myvatn.
HÚSAVÍK - THE ORIGINS OF ICELAND IN THE FAR NORTH
Húsavík equals many colourful wooden houses, fishing harbours and dozens of mooring cutters. These postcard-perfect views depict typical Icelandic urban landscape. Húsavík residents are mainly involved in tourism and fishing. According to the oldest legends, Húsavík was the first place reached by the Vikings even before Iceland was settled. A combination of history, relaxation and beautiful scenery? Yes, that’s what awaits us along the way.
GOÐAFOSS - THE WATERFALL OF THE GODS
The waterfall’s name originates from a legend in old Icelandic sagas and literally means the “Waterfall of the Gods”. The site is connected with one of the most important events in the country’s history – the adoption of Christianity in 1000. Icelanders believe that statues of Norse gods were thrown into the waterfall back then, in a symbolic act of the society’s conversion.
The Westfjords region comprises one third of Iceland’s coastline. The entire peninsula is fantastically shaped and cut by long fjords that are electrifyingly impressive!
ÍSAFJÖRÐUR – THE WESTFJORDS TOWN
Ísafjörður is the largest town on the Westfjords peninsula, with around 2600 inhabitants. There is an ancient church here, and the town itself has been an important trading centre since at least the 16th century, although it was not actually a town until the mid-19th century. The town development was triggered by salt fish production and the place has relied on the fishing industry ever since.
DYNJANDI – THE JEWEL OF THE WESTFJORDS
Dynjandi, located in the Westfjords, attracts tourists with its uniqueness and originality. In fact, it is not one waterfall but many! Dynjandi is made up of all sorts of smaller waterfalls, which together create an extraordinary spectacle. It is also known for being extremely loud, which is reflected in its name. Dynjandi in Icelandic means “thunder”.
GARÐAR SHIPWRECK AND HNJÓTUR PLANES
Not everyone knows that Iceland has many interesting historical gems to explore. While in Iceland, one can come across wrecks and abandoned ships or planes. One of these is the GARÐAR BA 64 shipwreck, described as the oldest steel ship in Iceland. The ship was built in 1912, which is when the famous Titanic sank. Also nearby is the Hnjótur aircraft wreck site, which, like the shipwreck, is a phenomenal place to take souvenir photos of rusting objects.
LÁTRABJARG CLIFFS - A BIRD HABITAT
Látrabjarg is one of the largest bird habitats in Europe. At this westernmost point of Iceland, the 441 metres high cliffs stretch for 14 kilometres. They are as steep as it gets. There are no natural predators in the area, hence the birds feel safe and there is a good chance of seeing them at really close range. The puffins in particular are tame and often visit the grassy higher part of the cliffs. Trekking along the cliffs is an unforgettable experience!
RAUÐASANDUR - A BEACH UNLIKE ANY OTHER!
The Westfjords like to surprise. Rauðasandur – a beach famous for its red and golden sands, instead of black as Iceland has so far managed to get us used to – could not be missing from our itinerary. The unusual colours of the beach are connected with the fact that the Westfjords are no longer volcanically active.
The beach is located next to Látrabjarg, the highest cliffs in Europe, famous for the possibility of watching millions of seabirds. Many of them can be seen straight from the beach and, if you are lucky, you will even catch a glimpse of whales.
KIRKJUFELL - THE ICELAND POSTCARD
Kirkjufell is a characteristically shaped peak on the north shore of Iceland’s Snæfellsnes peninsula. It is one of Iceland’s many “postcard” views and therefore a photographer’s paradise. In addition to the peak itself, there are Kirkjufellsfoss (waterfall) and a lake located a short distance away. On calm days, the water reflects a mirror image of Kirkjufell. An impressive and phenomenal spot at any time of year. Fans of the TV series Game of Thrones will no doubt associate this peak with Jon Snow’s journey beyond The Wall (Season 7).
ARNARSTAPI - AN ATMOSPHERIC FISHING VILLAGE
Small fishing villages, clifftop settlements and small coastal towns are the most charming places in Iceland. If you want to get to know the country, a visit to places nestled between ravishing fjords for centuries, with which local legends are connected, is simply a must. Arnarstapi is such a place. What’s more, you can see many birds there in spring, and the village itself is stunning with its scenery and tranquillity.
GLYMUR - TREKKING TO THE WATERFALL
Glymur, for years considered the tallest waterfall in Iceland, is a popular destination for hikers from all over the world. Although, more recently, it has become known that there is a higher waterfall, Glymur remains the highest you can climb on your own! So trek with us and experience the beauty of Iceland’s landscapes. You can choose between two routes, including one with a river crossing.
REYKJAVIK - BACK TO CIVILISATION
The capital of Iceland, whose founder and first settler was Ingólfur Arnarson. He called the place the “smoky bay”, because approaching the land he saw steam coming out of hot springs. Today, Reykjavik is a bustling minimetropolis, and with the adjacent towns it forms the capital agglomeration. We will stroll along the streets, take a look at the local concert hall – Harpa, and those willing may also step in some fish&chips diner.
REYKJADALUR - NATURAL HOT RIVER
Reykjadalur Hot Springs are a natural hot river in a geothermal area. It is a 3.5 km trek one way to get there. The route is not demanding, takes about 45 minutes – 1.5 hours one way (depending on your fitness), and leads through beautiful countryside. After the trek, a swim in the hot river is a pleasure!
HUNGRY FOR MORE?
We love Iceland with all our hearts and return there whenever we can. Always eager to experience more, to discover places hidden from human sight. The Interior has captivated us and made us wish to explore the area even more thoroughly. This curiosity has allowed us to discover unconventional places off the beaten track. Which ones? That’s our sweet secret…. See for yourself and come with us on the trip of a lifetime to the Interior!
NIGHTS IN TENTS UNDER A STARRY SKY @DECATHLON
Like true travellers, we will spend our nights in tents. In collaboration with our partner, we have chosen Mh100 Fresh&Black blackout tents. However, the most enthusiastic among you will certainly not pass up the opportunity to sleep under a starry sky. Far from the cities with their lights, in the Icelandic wilderness, the nights under a tent are amazing and the sky like nowhere else! During the trip, we will be staying overnight at camp sites with facilities such as toilets, showers, canteen, electricity or internet access (there may be an extra charge) available. As regards equipment, we provide: cooking equipment, Forclaz foam hiking mattresses and tents supplied by Decathlon. If you want to see everything Iceland has to offer, then this expedition is definitely for you!
During the trip, we will mostly cook for ourselves, with tourist gas cookers and all the camping equipment at our disposal: gas cylinders, pots and tables, as well as mats to sit on in the green Icelandic meadows. We will bring some products with us, but there is no need to take a huge amount of food. On the road, we will be stopping at local supermarkets offering a full range of products for quite affordable prices. See here for examples of basic food product prices. Our experience shows that about 200 to 300 euros for food should suffice. Eating in restaurants is rather expensive, but for the willing we will certainly propose a few local diners worth trying. Iceland’s hit is fish bought directly from a cutter – amazing taste and very good prices.
Throughout the trip we will be travelling in a Dacia Duster 4×4 (or similar). We cooperate with a reputable car rental in Iceland and the vehicles come with full insurance coverage (excluding the F-249 road). This Icelandic company has a large fleet of vehicles and convenient car pick-up points, which ensures comfort and smoothness in organising trips. What is more, the hired cars are covered by an additional Platinum package, so any participant with a driving licence can try their hand at Icelandic roads 🙂 Note! Our expedition is in the self-drive formula, which means that both the participants and the leader will take turns behind the wheel. Together, we will explore quite a piece of Iceland: glaciers, waterfalls, hot springs – the whole south of this beautiful country as well as western fishing villages 🙂 It is worth mentioning that the roads in Iceland are straight and the landscapes seen from a van’s main seat stun even more!
On some parts of the route, we will use local transport to reach Thorsmork.
Driving in the Icelandic climate provides even more excitement and memories. It is a unique experience – after all, not everyone gets the opportunity to drive across a Martian-like terrain!
Here comes one of the most interesting attractions not only in Iceland, but in general! Trekking on one of the glaciers that are shrinking at a rate of a dozen or so percent a year, which means they can melt down completely still in our lifetime. It’s worth seeing them for yourself and finding out what actions may help us save this natural wonder. Join a thrilling adventure on one of South Iceland’s most interesting glaciers – Sólheimajökull. An ideal opportunity for those who want to combine amazing views, a bit of adrenaline and geological knowledge. This walk can be managed by everyone, regardless of their fitness level. For those over the age of 10.
Price: approx. 150 USD (min. 7 people)
AMPHIBIOUS TOUR ON THE JÖKULSÁRLÓN GLACIER LAGOON
Amphibious tour on the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon provides you with a dose of unforgettable sensations and beautiful views in a picturesque setting straight out of the Land of Ice. You will experience a cruise among icebergs and an English-speaking guide, included in the price of the attraction, will tell you amazing facts about the lagoon and explain the geology of this extraordinary place.
Price: approx. 220 zł
MÝVATN NATURE BATHS
Time to relax! Mývatn Nature Baths is a geothermal bath complex located in the north of the country. The price of this additional attraction includes admission to the blue lagoon of Myvatn Nature Baths and two steam saunas as well as access to natural cosmetics made in Iceland by Sóley Organics.
Price: approx. 220 zł
HÚSAVIK WHALE WATCHING CRUISE
Experience a three-hour boat cruise around Skjálfandi Bay in search of whales. To this end, you will set off on a traditional Icelandic boat. Along the way, you may also have a chance to spot humpback whales, dwarf fin whales and white-beaked dolphins or porpoises. In early summer, blue whales appear in Skjálfandi Bay. This fantastic tour takes you to traditional whale-watching areas, where you will have the opportunity to observe these animals in their natural habitat. Bear in mind, however, that every cruise is different and you never know what amazing species and wildlife shows you will encounter during your trip.
Price: approx. 360 zł
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Acting within the scope of the information obligation under generally applicable law – we would like to inform you that due to the rapidity, changeability and impossibility to precisely predict the introduction of internal sanitary regulations in the countries through which the journey to the final destination of the package travel takes place, a situation may arise in which the Traveller, under the above-mentioned regulations, will be obliged to perform, before entering the territory of a given country, tests for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and then to cover the costs of these tests in full, in order to continue the journey to the final destination of the package travel. Nevertheless, in order to meet the expectations of our participants, we, for our part, provide full information support in the field of applicable and ongoing regulations along the package travel route. Such information shall be sent to participants of particular trips by email. At the same time, we would like to inform you that, on the basis of Article X of the Package Travel Terms and Conditions, the Traveller may, at any time prior to the start of the package travel, cancel his/her participation in the package travel (withdraw from the package travel contract), in accordance with the calculation of the cancellation costs included in the contract.
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
13 noclegów na kempingach z udogodnieniami
przejazdy samochodami Dacia Duster (bądź podobny) z renomowanej wypożyczalni na Islandii
przejazd busem 4x4 w dwie strony do Thorsmork
najwyższy pakiet ubezpieczenia samochodowego
opłaty parkingowe na trasie
nielimitowana liczba kierowców
dodatkowy pakiet ubezpieczenia aut - Pakiet Platinum
brak udziału własnego w szkodzie drogowej (obowiązuje, jeżeli auto użytkowane jest zgodnie z zasadami i przeznaczeniem)
namioty 2-4 osobowe
dodatkowy bagaż rejestrowany kupowany dla całej grupy – 6 kg/os. (dotyczy osób kupujących bilety lotnicze przez Klub)
cały potrzebny sprzęt campingowy: kuchenki turystyczne, butle gazowe, karimaty
cały potrzebny sprzęt do gotowania: garnki, patelnie, akcesoria do mieszania itp.
opłaty prysznicowe na kempingach
mały bagaż podręczny o wymiarach 40x20x25cm (w przypadku zakupu biletów lotniczych przez Klub)
przygodę w miejscach, gdzie turyści nie docierają
opiekę doświadczonego lidera
bogaty program od rana do wieczora pełen przygód i atrakcji
contributions to the Travel Guarantee Fund and the Tourist Assistance Fund
premium travel insurance: Medical Expenses + Chronic Diseases - KL + CP (EUR 150,000), Civil Liability - OC (EUR 100,000 for personal injury and EUR 50,000 for property damage), Personal Accident - NNW (EUR 10,000), Luggage (EUR 1,000)
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air ticket with hand luggage (purchase through the Club)
fuel at the destination (ISK 19,000, i.e. approx. 140 USD)
WIZZ Priority lub bagażu rejestrowanego
costs of medical examinations, diagnostic tests and other activities required by the laws of the countries covered by the journey
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