The Arctic Trucks Experience in Iceland

Nov 6, 2014

Category: Living

Like it or not, it’s time to start contemplating how you’ll survive this winter. We’re not talking about foraging for nuts and berries, we’re talking about when and where you’ll choose to get away from it all. The obvious choices are sun-drenched lands, but what about doubling down on the season and heading to Iceland? The Arctic Trucks Experience could be the best way to do it.

The Experience offers a tour in this gorgeous country with you behind the wheel of a Toyota Hilux and Toyota Land Cruiser, and encouraged to explore on- or off-road. You’ll enjoy a day trip to Reykjanes peninsula to see the lava caves, then it’s off to Kleifarvatn Lake to soak in the stunning views, and it all gets topped off with a stop at the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa that brings in people from across the globe. There are shorter trips available too, but with highlights like volcanos, lava, and glaciers, you’ll be coming back the king of winter 2014-15. [Purchase]

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