School trips to Iceland have grown in popularity in recent years, and I have been lucky enough to be regularly involved with some of them through my work with Rayburn Tours.
This summer I am looking forward to visiting a new interpretation centre called the ‘Lava Centre’ that is to open in the small village of Hvollsvollur. This convenient location is sure to benefit passing school groups, as it is on the main route (Highway One) that links a number of ‘must see’ locations on the south coast.
The Lava Centre opens on June 1st, and promises to be Iceland’s largest volcano and earthquake exhibition. It will feature interactive displays exploring the art, science and geology of the tectonic forces that have created Iceland itself.
Bring it on!