Seacoast Science Center plans Icelandic eco-adventure tour

April 06. 2018 8:37PM
Icelandic waterfalls will be among the stops on the Seacoast Science Center's eco-adventure trip to Iceland in September. (Courtesy)

RYE - The Seacoast Science Center is organizing an eco-adventure tour to Iceland from Sept. 18 to 27.

This 10-day trip includes airfare from Logan International Airport, accommodations, 13 meals, and all activities and transfers.

Highlights of the group tour will include Reykjavik, the Golden Circle and Diamond Circle routes, Thingvellir National Park, Gulfoss Waterfall, the thermal area of Geysir, the city of Akureyri, whale watching in Husavik, a cave tour or lava field walk and the geothermal waters of Blue Lagoon.

The cost is $5,899 double; $6,599 single; and $5,700 triple. A portion of the trip cost is tax-deductible as it supports the science center.

A deposit is required, and the final payment is due by July 20. The trip is limited to 20 people. To check on availability and to learn more about the tour, go to the menu at www.seacoastsciencecenter.org and look for Icelandic Eco-Adventure under events, or contact Henry at 436-8043 ext. 16 or h.burke@sscnh.org.


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