Download ICal File/Import into Outlook for this Event Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice

When: May 13, 2018 to May 21, 2018
Join alumni and friends on a once in a lifetime trip to Iceland! This amazing opportunity includes the best of Iceland, where steaming lava fields reflect a volcanic nature and massive glaciers sculpt mountains and valleys, leaving thundering waterfalls and plunging fjords.

Iceland Photo 1 May 2018

Rates start at $4,499 per person/double occupancy. Included in price: Round trip air from Minneapolis, transportation to and from Minneapolis airport, air taxes and fees/surcharges, hotel accommodations and transfers, 13 meals, professional tour guide and more.

Iceland Photo 2 May 2018

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Space is limited! A deposit of $500 per person is due upon reservation. If you purchase Collette's Travel Protection Plan, the deposit is only $250 per person plus the cost of the Insurance. Reservations are made on a first come, first served basis and are based upon availability. Final payment is due by March 14, 2018. For more information, please contact Heather Thompson.

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Iceland: Land of Fire and Ice
Join alumni and friends on a once in a lifetime trip to Iceland! This amazing opportunity includes the best of Iceland, where steaming lava fields reflect a volcanic nature and massive glaciers sculpt mountains and valleys, leaving thundering waterfalls and plunging fjords.
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Seljalandsfoss Waterfall: This beautiful cascade is one of Iceland’s most famous and picturesque waterfalls. It is an impressive sight where water falls from a sheer cliff plunging 210 feet below.