Sixth Form Geography Trip to Iceland
Our Upper Sixth Form Geography pupils enjoyed an incredible trip to Iceland this half term, packing a huge number of sights and experiences into just four days.
The Golden Circle Tour saw pupils swimming in a natural hot pool, hiking to the crater rim of a volcanic cinder cone and lake, visiting a geothermal greenhouse, and getting up close to Strokkur Geysir and the impressive Gullfoss waterfall.
On the South Shore Tour they hiked up the Solheimajokull Glacier, took in spectacular black sand beaches and columnar basalt cliffs, and finished at the breathtaking Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls.
There was even time for a morning sightseeing in Reykajavik before heading home.