Iceland Panorama

Trip Leader(s)
Steven A. Hauck, II, Professor Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, CWRU
August 19-27, 2019
Trip Description

Join CWRU as we journey through Iceland: the north, south, and west of the island, enjoying the long evening twilight of the northern summer and visit a wondrous variety of small settlements, good-size towns and amazing natural landscapes. This captivating geological wonderland offers the opportunity to explore dramatic phenomena: colossal glaciers, active volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, glacial rivers, cascading waterfalls, moss-covered lava fields, and glacial lagoons. Renowned for its spellbinding beauty and stunning landscape, Iceland is the only place on Earth where you can stand on top of the Atlantic Ocean’s submarine mountain chain - for the island is the only place where the chain peaks up above sea level! From this perch, we can walk from North America to Europe.

Iceland Godafoss Waterfall
Iceland waterfall

The cost of this itinerary, per person, double occupancy is:

Boston, New York Departure or Cleveland: $4899

Single supplement: $980

INCLUDES ROUNDTRIP INTERNATIONAL AIR

LUMINARY SOCIETY MEMBERS: Those who have participated in Planned Giving with CWRU are eligible to receive discounts on CWRU Educational Travel programs. For more information about the Luminary Society, contact Charles M. Miller, JD, AEP®, Senior Director of Planned Giving at cmm38@case.edu or via phone at 216.368.8640.

Trip Inclusions:

  • 6 nights accommodations in first-class hotels, including all taxes
  • Roundtrip air on Iceland air from BOS/JFK/CLE to Reykjavik
  • One-way domestic flight from Reykjavik to Akureyri
  • Breakfast daily, 2 lunches, 5 dinners
  • Tips and gratuities to drivers and guides included
  • All Transportation
  • All entrance fees

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For more information about this trip, please contact Sarah Doody at 904.432.3141 or email sxd618@case.edu.

Co-sponsored by the Institute for the Science of Origins

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