Discover all the activities of the The Trends Winter University.
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Sky Lagoon

Immerse yourself in the experience through Icelandic bathing culture.

This all-new geothermal lagoon is located oceanside, just minutes away from Reykjavík’s city center.

This body of water has a calm and serene atmosphere. It is so beautiful overlooking the ocean. If you get lucky, you will see a wonderful sunset and maybe even the northern lights!

Sky Lagoon offers an opportunity to experience warmth and wonder. The Seven-Step Ritual is deeply rooted in Icelandic bathing culture — a treasured tradition of connection and relaxation.
Soak in the fresh ocean air, the sounds of distant wildlife, the sensation of warm geothermal water and the captivating views beyond the shoreline from the 70-meter infinity edge of the lagoon.

Geysir Hotel

The Geysir Hotel in Iceland is a charming and inviting destination nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of the country. Situated near the world-famous Geysir geothermal area in the Haukadalur Valley, the hotel offers an exceptional experience for visitors.
The hotel embraces Iceland’s natural beauty, showcasing stunning views of the surrounding geothermal activity, including the iconic Strokkur geyser that erupts regularly, captivating guests with its powerful bursts of hot water and steam.

The sight of this natural wonder is truly mesmerizing and provides an unforgettable backdrop to the hotel’s serene atmosphere.

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Edition Hotel

The Edition Hotel in Iceland is a captivating oasis nestled amidst the dramatic landscapes of this breathtaking country.

The hotel is the perfect jumping off point for exploring the wonders of the region, with the renowned Blue Lagoon within driving distance and the Northern Lights visible in the city during the winter solstice.

From cascading waterfalls and geothermal hot springs to glaciers and black sand beaches, Iceland’s raw beauty awaits exploration.

Golden Circle Super Jeeps

These jeeps are quite unique and are found only in Iceland – transformed here and mounted on 46” tires. They have all the necessary technical equipment for a true Safari: GPS orientation system, radio communication and CBs (all jeeps in the group will be on the same radio frequency. This means the cars stay connected and participants in different cars can speak to each other. The guide can be in the front jeep and will be heard in all the others!)

The professional drivers all have a Truck Driving License and are highly experienced in Icelandic road conditions. These jeeps enable us to cross rivers and rough terrain, go up to glaciers and do some general off-road jeeping, something you cannot do every day!

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Gullfoss Waterfall

Gullfoss, also known as the “Golden Falls,” is one of Iceland’s most iconic and breathtaking waterfalls.

Gullfoss is located in the southwestern part of Iceland, specifically in the canyon of the Hvítá river, which originates from the Langjökull glacier. It is part of the popular Golden Circle route.
Gullfoss is a two-tiered waterfall, with a total height of about 32 meters. The water flows in two stages: the upper cascade drops around 11 meters, followed by a powerful plunge into a narrow canyon, creating a stunning and dramatic sight. The waterfall is formed by the erosion of the surrounding lava rocks over thousands of years. Gullfoss is renowned for its awe-inspiring beauty. The cascading water, combined with the mist and spray it generates, creates a mesmerizing spectacle. On a sunny day, rainbows often form over the waterfall, adding to its magical charm. The surrounding landscape, characterized by rugged cliffs and expansive views, further enhances the natural grandeur of Gullfoss.

Gullfoss waterfall is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and anyone seeking to witness the extraordinary beauty of Iceland’s landscapes. Its power, grandeur, and historical significance make it a truly memorable experience for visitors from around the world.

Snowmobile glacier safari

Langjökull is the second largest glacier in Iceland. It is located in the Western Highlands and visible from many popular attractions including Húsafell and Haukadalur. The glacier isn’t wide, but it is very long, which is why it was given the name Langjökull or “long glacier”. Langjökull is a popular location to visit in Iceland, promising endless adventures.

After reaching the second-largest glacier in Europe, snowmobiles will be waiting. We provide warm polar overalls, gloves, and helmets. After a few instructions, we’ll get on the snowmobiles and venture off into the incredibly beautiful world of Iceland covered in white: mystical, mysterious, silent, and thrillingly peaceful.

Silfra Snorkling

Snorkeling tour in Silfra where the astonishingly clear water reveals a mesmerizing underwater world full of colors you don’t see above the surface. Silfra is a fissure that cuts through Iceland, created by the separation of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. The Silfra fissure fills with glacial water that has been filtered through underground, hardened, porous lava rock for decades. The glacial water filtering process makes Silfra one of the clearest bodies of water on earth with a visibility of up to 120 meters.

After snorkeling in the cold water, we’ll warm you up with hot cocoa and cookies.

Þingvellir is a natural wonder on an international scale, with the geologic history and the biosystem of Lake Þingvallavatn forming a unique entity, a magnificent showcase. Being able to witness the evolution and formation of new species in a place like Lake Þingvallavatn is of immense value. The Þingvellir area is part of a fissure zone running through Iceland, being situated on the edge of the Mid-Atlantic tectonic plate. The faults and fissures of the area are clear evidence of the earth’s crust rifting.
The site is also important as this is where the first democratic parliament was founded in 870 by the Vikings that colonized Iceland (and it is still in operation!)

Lava tunnel Raufarhólshellir

Magnificent lava tunnel Raufarhólshellir, one of the longest and best-known lava tubes in Iceland. It is located just 30 minutes from Reykjavík and is easily accessed year-round.
A journey into Raufarhólshellir is a unique experience and a great opportunity to witness the remains of a volcanic eruption during the Leitahraun eruption. Follow the same route that lava once did nearly 5200 years ago, on a 1.4 kilometer walk through the bowels of the earth. In the winter, spectacular ice sculptures are formed inside the entrance of the cave making the lava tunnel experience even more breathtaking.

Cliffs and Craters
Krýsuvíkurbjarg is located on the southern coastline of the Reykjanes Peninsula in south-west Iceland. It stretches for 15 kilometres (9 miles), making it one of the longest birdwatching cliffs in Europe, and at its highest, stands at 40 metres (131 feet).

Program & activities are subject to change due to weather conditions