Thursday, April 04, 2013

Fly to Europe—Visit Iceland for Free



There’s still time to join our hiking tour in Norway.  Why not make a stop in Iceland part of the journey?

Iceland Air has its hub in Reykjavik, Iceland, and they’ll let you stopover for free when flying between the U.S. and Canada and more than 20 destinations in Scandinavia, Great Britain and Continental Europe.

We just checked Iceland Air’s booking engine and we found connections from the U.S. to Oslo and Stavanger, Norway. Oslo and Stavanger are preferred gateways for our Norway hiking tour. We also found connections to Munich and Milan, great entry points for our Italian Dolomites hikes.

Are you considering a self-guided walking tour of the Cotswolds? There’s a connection for that too. Iceland Air offers flights to London with free stopovers in Reykjavik. From Reykjavik, you’re free to explore the rest of Iceland at your leisure. You could even spend a couple of days in Greenland. Greenland is only an hour flight from Reykjavik.

To paraphrase Iceland Air (just a little):

Imagine relaxing in the Blue Lagoon on your way back from your Italian Dolomites hiking tour with Ryder-Walker. Or taking in natural wonders like glaciers and geysers before exploring storybook villages in the Cotswolds. Or just stopping for a quick rest and some fresh air before continuing on to Norway and your hiking tour with Staffan and the rest of the Ryder-Walker gang. You're truly getting 2 destinations for the price of 1!

Check out Iceland Air’s website for more info.



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