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Film & Media

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Iceland

Film & Media

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Game of Thrones, Star Wars and James Bond, what do these cult classics have in common? Iceland baby! It’s a backdrop that’s graced our screens for many decades, and a no brainer for Film & Media students!

Day 1

Lights, camera, action! Students will hop to it on this Icelandic adventure! If your students are Game of Thrones fans, they’ll be happy to know that Iceland is the main location for filming. You’ll be heading to the pingvellir National Park where you’ll set the scene, don’t worry you won’t be spotting any white walkers here! In the evening, your group will be sleeping amongst the stars, and hopefully capturing a glimpse of the Northern Lights, now that’s an award winning shot!

Day 2

Your groups will be able to complete the rest of Golden Circle Tour today, see the iconic Geysir and Gullfoss waterfall. Hope your students have their walking boots on, you’ll be hiking on Svínafellsjökull Glacier the location of Interstellar and Batman Beings. In the evening, your group will enjoy a traditional Icelandic meal.

Day 3

Head over to Vik this morning, where you’ll be able to visit the world renowned Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, one of Iceland’s many lava beaches. Here your group will be able to let their creativity loose, it’s the perfect place for filming. Need a little relaxation after your jam-packed trip? Next stop is the Blue Lagoon!   
INCLUSIONS

INCLUSIONS

2 nights’ accommodation

Flights

UK transfers

Pre-departure teacher pack

24-hour emergency service

Free trip leader place options

HIGHLIGHTS

HIGHLIGHTS

pingvellir National Park

Northern lights tour

Golden Circle Tour

Svínafellsjökull Glacier

Blue Lagoons

Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach

WHAT YOU CAN ADD

WHAT YOU CAN ADD

Whale watching

Jokulsarlon Lagoon

The Sun Voyager

Reykjavik Museum of Photography