Leading Iceland tour provider Reykjavik Excursions is offering free wireless Internet access for its passengers during all of its excursions in Iceland.
Reykjavik Excursions provides free wireless Internet access on every bus in its fleet during all excursions in Iceland, as well as the Flybus airport shuttle, connecting travellers from Keflavik International Airport to Reykjavik and vice versa.
This free Internet connection allows passengers to interact with their friends and family whilst travelling to see some of Iceland’s most wonderful landmarks. In addition, this also allows passengers to upload photos online seconds after visiting these sights – sharing their unique experiences over the web.
Various incredible Iceland day trips and excursions are offered by the Iceland tour provider, including city breaks to the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, tours to the popular Golden Circle tourist route, and spectacular Northern Lights tours.
Reykjavik Excursions’ Golden Circle tour is rich with some of Iceland’s greatest monuments. During the tour, visitors will get the chance to walk around the world-famous Geysir geothermal area – a geothermal field where hot springs are in abundance and geysers explode.
Additionally, tour participants will get to see the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall and then continue on to the rift valley of Thingvellir National Park, where the first Icelandic parliament, Althing, was established.
Reykjavik Excursions was founded in 1968 and has since been the leading organizer of day tours in Iceland.
For more information regarding Iceland tours and excursions, visit www.re.is.
I still remember, as in the anmotuin shelters of Iceland, the pioneers of European travel companies filled their notebooks with important notes.Now you cannot store at the anmotuin shelters Heimskur your dirty shoes and wet rain capes, because the vestibule is blocked up to the ceiling with Samsonite suitcases.There is a difference, whether the service of a travel guide is paid or not. If the service is paid in the Alps, anmotuin guides have previously to pass a training with a final examination, that he able to guide tourists in the Alps. If then a disaster happened, he is called to tribunal.Trekking tours in Iceland are similar to anmotuineering in the Alps. It would be advantageous if Iceland sets up a school in which guides, what are not Icelanders, give proof about experience with Iceland’s highlands. If they are in success they will get a license. And only with this license, they are entitled to be paid for tours to Iceland’s highlands.Maybe the quantity of Samsonite suitcases in the anmotuin shelters will decrease. On my trekking tours I never met one Icelandic guide accepting Samsonite suitcases inside anmotuin shelters. ;-)
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