Iceland·July 15 - 22 2022
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Iceland is famous for its mysterious Blue Lagoon, but this is just one of the magical spaces of water we will visit on this trip. This trip is a tour of all the most visually stimulating places Iceland has to offer, including an evening watching the Northern Lights. This is a once in a lifetime adventure to the lagoon, and far beyond.
Partners Jane and Hanson are very much yin and yang, and epitomise the different qualities of water. Both have connected with water in very different ways, one focused on using water for rehabilitation, one to travel the world on adventures, but both appreciate, and value water's unique power. They have combined their 20 years of experience to curate a collection of retreats that share their personal experiences with water.
Isle is a local resident who puts her heart and soul into providing incredible experiences for visitors to the lagoon. A specialist lagoon diver and yoga teacher, she will be on hand throughout the trip and guide you in morning and evening yoga practises.
Yohan is a professional guide who lives in Iceland leading tours for the last 5 years. He is renowned for his knowledge of the landscape and Icelands Natural history.
Meet the crew and your fellow adventurers, as we start our week in Iceland.
Today we'll take you to visit the famous Blue Lagoon, you will not be disappointed!
It's time to take our first road trip and head closer to the Northern Lights.
It'll be a late night, as we gather round the campfire and prepare to see the lights.
Today the whole crew will head out on a hike together. The perfect way to bond with your team!
Think you've seen it all? Well this is something you've never seen before, as we take a tour of the Ice Caves.
After our usual morning routine, we will get ready to hit the road back home.
Breakfast & dinner
Entry to The Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon, Iceland.
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa in southwestern Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field near Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula, in a location favourable for geothermal power, and is supplied by water used in the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power station.
Finally a new kind of retreat! I loved the combination of mindfulness, and adventure. Just what we wanted for the annual trip!
Travelling alone means I always choose a retreat, but I'd never tried a sailing trip before. It was the perfect setting to get to know the group, and share the journey together
I've always loved the water, so these guys have TOTALLY got me covered, I will be back again next year
No! If you need some alone time or want to rest, you're free to take a skip activities.
Yes! Families are welcome on this retreat. This retreat is recommended for children over the age of 4.
Yes! We have options to book a bed in a shared room, and actually we usually have many solo travellers on our retreats