b'IcelandNature Expedition in The Land of Fire and IceSummer in Iceland, the midnight sun glints off the falling water andsnow-capped glaciers. Wherever you look, mountains, coastline orwaterfalls are in view. Guided walks and easy hikes explore the rugged beauty of Icelands South, North and Center: Black sand beaches with volcanic cliffs, endless fieldsof moss-covered lava, steaming geothermal valleys and the panoramic vistas of the Highlands, accessible only in summer. Discoveries abound as you walk along the harbor and historic streets ofReykjavik. Enjoy soaking in hot springs and savor organic, farm- and sea-to-table cuisine. Learn the lessons of the Sagas as you walk in the footsteps of the Vikings who first told their stories.ITINERARY9 nights| South Iceland, 3 nights; drive to the Highlands, 2 nights;drive to Akureyri, 3 nights; drive to Reykjavik, 1 night; departuresHIGHLIGHTSRefresh upon arrival in the mineral-rich waters of the famed Blue LagoonSpend a full day taking in the scenery of the South Coast: Seljalands and Skoga waterfalls, Reynisfjara black sand beach and the Solheim glacier with its iceberg lagoonAdmire the Golden Waterfall, the geyser Strokkur and the continental divide at historic Thingvellir National ParkEnjoy a full day of hiking through the awe-inspiring wilderness of theHighlands, with its steaming geothermal valleys, glacial rivers, astonishing rock formations, perennial snow fields, and panoramic vistas, ending with aPrices Starting From soak in a hot spring at your hotel $8,999 per personSoak in geothermal pools in a variety of settings throughout your trip Group Size: Maximum 20 travelers Explore the Norths Diamond Circle: Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall inSeason: Late June-Mid AugustEurope, the charming coastal village of Husavik, and walks along the stunningAccommodations: Four-star and countryside cliffs and canyons of Asbyrg Nature Reserve lodgesExplore the other-worldly geographic features around Lake Mvatn HistoryGeology Active TravelDiscover capital city Reykjavik on a guided walkCulture Nature 26 Conservancy Travel|conservancytravel.org'