Short break specialist Super Break has announced that they are to operate one of their ‘Incredible Iceland’ short break holidays from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) in February 2018.
The four-night break which is exclusive to Super Break, departs to Iceland on Monday 5th February 2018 with passengers exploring the culture and scenery of the Arctic north, choosing to stay in one of five hotels in and around Akureyri. Breaks include return flights, a choice of hotels, airport transfers, two amazing excursions (worth £200 per person) and services of a Super Break representative in resort.
The Super Break ‘Incredible Iceland’ package includes:
- Return Flights
- Airport Transfers
- 20kgs Hold Luggage and 5kgs Hand Luggage
- 3 or 4 nights accommodation in 3* or 4* hotel in Akureyri
- Two included excursions – Search for the Northern Lights and Lake Myvatn Adventure – Land of Fire and Ice (Worth £200pp)
- Services of a Super Break representative in North Iceland
Welcome to the Arctic North Iceland...
Hiking and Cycling
During recent years, services for walkers and hikers have increased significantly
in North Iceland tourism. The hallmark of North Iceland for walkers is its wide variety
of trails. Trail maps and special programmes have been set up in many areas
and can be found at tourist information centres. Cycling is a mode of travel which
gives you the chance to be in close contact with nature all year round. Renting a
bike is a great way to explore this land of fire and ice.
Enjoy the excitement of whitewater river rafting in Vestari-Jökulsá, (West Glacial
River) or Austari-Jökulsá, (East Glacial River) which has earned the reputation of
being one of the most exciting rivers in Europe. Besides the excitement of white
water river rafting there are more relaxed family tours on offer in Vestari-Jökulsá
(West Glacial River).
One of Iceland’s most visited places is the Lake Mývatn region with hot springs,
craters, geothermal nature baths and amazing lava formations, as well as Mývatn
Nature Baths, the unique geothermal lagoon.
Northern lights are often enjoyed in North Iceland. From end of August to April the
blackness of the sky may be suddenly riven by dancing, flickering veils of light,
in green, white or red. The area offers locations where conditions for observation
are excellent. Favourable weather conditions create unusually high chances for
catching the lights.
Highland excursions taking you to Herðubreið the “Queen of Mountains”, Kverkfjöll
or Hveravellir are extremely popular. Walking in the fresh mountain air or
driving along unmade trails in super jeeps and other rough terrain vehicles is an
amazing experience. In Arnarvatnsheiði, south of Húnaflói, trout fishing in the
wild, lonely nature is a special enjoyment for the keen angler.
The Icelandic Horse
Riding tours for any ability, horse shows and exhibitions are widely available in
North Iceland, including Skagafjörður, the centre of Icelandic horsemanship. Be
sure not to miss the opportunity to experience “tölt”, the unique gait of the Icelandic
Book your Super Break holiday from LJLA today, visit superbreak.com!