Grandeur of Iceland

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AUG. 2-10, 2021 $3,995
Reykjavik, Eyrarbakki, Borgarnes, Reykholt, Pingvellir National Park
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Grandeur of Iceland

AUG. 2-10, 2021
Reykjavik, Eyrarbakki, Borgarnes, Reykholt, Pingvellir National Park

Behold the inspiring landscapes of Iceland during this unforgettable seven-night adventure. From our base in the cultural capital of Reykjavik, we’ll journey through lands of unspeakable beauty to encounter unique land formations, waterfalls, hot springs and authentic, charming villages. Watch as fascinating history and culture are brought to life at a storytelling performance, learn how the country has become a world leader in sustainability and green living, and honor the memory of Iceland’s greatest medieval writer. During an ocean cruise, scan the horizon for magnificent breaching whales and thrill to darling puffins as they glide on gentle sea breezes. At the mystical Golden Circle, we’ll gaze at bubbling mud pools and geysers, followed by a visit to a family-run farm to indulge in a delicious traditional feast. This small-group adventure features seven nights at a first-class hotel in Reykjavik, plus an extensive meal plan including wine with dinner.

Cost: $3,995
AHI Travel
Activity Level: Moderate Activity
COVID-19 Information:

Health and Safety Protocol

  • Any cancelations made 76 days or more prior to the trip departure date will result in a $300 per person administrative fee deduction from the $600 per person deposit.
  • This $300 per person administrative fee can be applied to a future AHI Travel program operating in the same calendar year or the following.
  • The additional $300 is refundable in cash.

UCLA Faculty on Tour

Kevin McKeegan
Dept. of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences
Kevin McKeegan is a Distinguished Professor and former Chair of UCLA's Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences. He is an expert in the laboratory analysis of extraterrestrial materials and is one of only a few people who have had the privilege to hold samples of asteroids and comets, the Earth and Mars, and the Moon and the Sun. In recognition of his work on understanding processes occurring in the early solar system, the International Astronomical Union named an asteroid after him. In addition to specialty classes in geochemistry and cosmochemisty, McKeegan teaches subjects such as plate tectonics, natural disasters, and evolution of the Earth to large audiences in general education classes and he can hardly wait to get to Iceland to see some of these concepts 'in action'!

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STEP 1
Download the tour Reservation Form here. This tour is booked quickly, so sign up early to reserve space.

STEP 2
If you wish to pay your $600 per person deposit by check, make check payable to AHI Travel. If you wish to pay your $600 per person deposit by credit card, you will be asked to submit those credit card details after the reservation request form has been received. AHI Travel will contact you to discuss deposit payment within one business day of receiving your reservation request in their office.

STEP 3
Fax 310-209-4271, email travel@alumni.ucla.edu, or mail to:
AHI Travel
International Tower – Suite 600
8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631

A brochure will be mailed to you as soon as it is available.