Travel Challenge: A half-term adventure in Iceland
Saturday 19 January 2013
Each week we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. Today: a family adventure in Iceland during the school half term. Prices are for four (two adults, two children). Packages include five nights' accommodation with breakfast, activities and Icelandair flights from Heathrow to Keflavik on either 16 or 17 February.
Includes flights on 16 Feb, transfers and a stay at the Fosshotel Baron, with a Golden Circle tour, a trip to the Blue Lagoon and a guided tour of Reykjavik. "Iceland is an undiscovered gem – a land of fire and ice, crammed with natural phenomena at which the whole family can marvel," says James Crawshaw (01865 265 200; transun.co.uk).
£3,308 Escape 2 Scandinavia
Flights on 17 Feb, transfers and a room at The Grand Hotel. "This also includes a tour of Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon and the Golden Circle" says Patrick Coyle (0845 330 8189; escape2scandinavia.com).
£3,584 Discover the World
Flights on 16 Feb, car hire, a stay at Hotel Ion, a Golden Circle tour and horse riding."You'll be among the first to stay in this new adventure hotel," says Lizzie Burke (01737 214 291; discover-the-world.co.uk).
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