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Iceland

Discover a wild land at the outer edge of Europe.

  • Vigur Island is the summer home of vast numbers of puffins.

  • Enjoy a boat ride on Jökulsárlón Lake, sailing among a flotilla of turquoise-blue icebergs.

  • The Hvita River drops 96 feet in two effusive cascades at the Gullfoss Waterfall.

  • Depart from Iceland in search of polar bears.

Discover a wild land at the outer edge of Europe, where geological drama mingles with Viking heritage. Summer is sheer magic here, as the tundra rolls to the horizon in a green carpet dotted with wildflowers. The Midnight Sun gleams gold above sheer cliffs that plummet into the sea, providing nesting ledges for millions of seabirds. Open vistas unfurl in every direction, backdropped by shifting sky, snow-edged peaks and steel-blue fjords. Steeped in medieval Norse history, Iceland offers grand adventure in a compact, easy-to-reach destination. 

Available Tours

Iceland

All Around Iceland
Circumnavigate the "Land of Fire & Ice" on a Norse adventure voyage.
14-day tour from $10,970

polar

Polar Bear Quest: Iceland to Norway
An epic northern nature adventure from Iceland's Golden Circle across the Arctic Circle to Svalbard.
20-day tour from $13,970


fulmar over sea Spitsbergen

Spitsbergen, Iceland & the European Arctic
Experience the rugged, icebound beauty of the Scandinavian far north.
11-day tour from $4,195

Baffin Bay

Greenland & the Canadian Arctic
Discover stunning icescapes and native cultures along Baffin Bay and beyond.
11 to 25-day tours from $5,495



Scheduled WWF Experts

WWF

Bryn Baker
Bryn Baker from WWF’s Washington, D.C., headquarters, will join the voyage Polar Bear Quest: Iceland to Norway; which runs June 24 to July 13, 2014. The expedition is aboard Island Sky. Bryn serves as manager of WWF’s Climate Change and Renewable Energy Program. Her focus is on accelerating the use of energy sources that don’t produce carbon and other pollution that threaten arctic environments and the rest of the planet.  Read more

Articles

Ten High-Flying Facts about Puffins
Webinar: Conserving Polar Bears in the Arctic & Travel Oppportunities
Polar Bear Patrol
Decoding Polar Bear Behavior
Tracking Polar Bears in the Arctic
Ten Facts about Polar Bears
Q-and-A: WWF Polar Bear Researcher Geoff York
Species Spotlight: Orca
Five Reasons You Should Take an Adventure Cruise

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in the Arctic
WWF addresses the biggest issue facing the arctic: climate change.  Read more here.

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