What's GOOD?

  • We'll be staying in a sustainable accommodations that implement sustainability practices.
  • Our tours are organized by companies that share our values for social, environmental and economic GOOD.
  • We will be exploring and learning about Iceland's natural landscapes and the importance of their preservation.
  • In addition, $100 of your trip fee will go directly towards supporting a local project.
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Experience Highlights:

  • Relax in the thermal waters of the famous Blue Lagoon;
  • Explore the lava fields and geothermal areas of the Fagradalsfjall volcano;
  • Hike on the Sólheimajökull glacier;
  • Discover breathtaking waterfalls;
  • Experience Andrea Mancuso’s inspiring and transformative group coaching sessions;
  • Enjoy delicious Icelandic cuisine.

What's Included

per person, twin share

The per person cost includes:

  • 6-nights accommodation in twin rooms with ensuite bathrooms, sharing with one other participant
  • Airport transfer on your arrival and all transport during the trip
  • Blue Lagoon Admission
  • Guided hike on Sólheimajökull glacier
  • Secret lagoon admission
  • Tour of Sólheimar eco village
  • Customized group coaching sessions with Andrea Mancuso
  • One 45-minute intention setting session with Andrea Mancuso held via Zoom
  • A $100 USD donation towards a local community project
  • All breakfasts and dinners throughout your stay in Iceland
  • Lunch on days 3 & 4
  • Exclusive membership in our Iceland 2024 Facebook group
  • 24/7 support from your trip facilitator throughout your stay in Iceland
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What's Not Included

Please note that the following are not included and are your responsibility to arrange:

  • International flights to and from Reykjavik, Iceland
  • International travel insurance, with COVID-19 coverage (required)
  • Visa for Iceland (not required for US citizens)
  • Airport drop-off at the end of the trip
  • Lunches on days 1, 2,5, 6 and 7
  • Entry to Skyrland
  • Snacks, drinks, souvenirs
  • COVID-19 vaccination - please note that we strongly encourage all our travelers to be vaccinated against COVID-19


Reykjavik - Blue Lagoon - Ölfus - Reykjavik
May 21st - May 27th 2024

Day 1

You'll arrive at Keflavik international airport and transfer to Silica Hotel where you'll have the opportunity to soak in the thermal waters of the famous Blue Lagoon and washaway your journey. This immediate immersion into Iceland's geothermal waters is the perfect start to your Iceland adventure.

In the evening you’ll enjoy a special welcome dinner and trip briefing overlooking the Blue Lagoon.

Day 2

Today you’ll be visiting Reykjanes peninsula - a UNESCO Global Geopark. The geopark is a rugged landscape of black lava fields, colorful geothermal areas, crater rows and volcanoes. Here you will be able to walk to the lava fields of the 2021 Fagradalsfjall volcano eruption and enjoy a walk through Seltún Geothermal area.

We will stop for lunch in the town of Selfoss - the largest town in South Iceland, where you'll have some free time to explore, and if you like, visit ‘Skyrland’ to learn about Iceland’s unique superfood. You’ll then drive to Hveragerði for a walk through the village before being taken to your accommodation for the next three days to settle in.

Optional add-on: If you would like to experience the Icelandic countryside on horseback, we can arrange for you to take part in a short horse-riding tour at Eldhestar to get a small taste of the Icelandic horse’s unique qualities.

Day 3

Today will be an early start for the Sólheimajökull glacier hike! You'll have a once-in-a-lifetime experience hiking through ice sculptures, crevasses, streams, and rock formations to witness an awe-inspiring glacier close up and learn about the impacts our changing climate is having on these fragile landscapes.

In the afternoon you will visit the beautiful Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, before heading back to your accommodation to spend the afternoon relaxing in hot tubs and enjoying the surroundings of your accommodation.

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Day 4

This morning you will visit the iconic Gullfoss waterfall as well as the Geysir hot spring area with boiling mud pits, exploding geysers and the lively Strokkur which spouts water into the air every few minutes. You’ll then enjoy a delicious lunch at the unique Friðheimar greenhouse. Using geothermal energy to heat the glasshouse, Friðheimar is a tomato extravaganza! 

After lunch you’ll enjoy a dip in the lovely warm waters of Fluðir Secret Lagoon, before stopping for a tour of Solheimar Ecovillage, the oldest eco-village in the world. You'll be inspired by the environmental and socially responsible work being done here, and this is also where $100 of your trip fee will be donated.

Day 5

This morning you’ll checkout of Eldhestar and drive to Þingvellir national park to explore this UNESCO world heritage site of great historical and geological significance. You will then drive to Reykjavík where you will receive an orientation tour with your driver-guide to help you on your way to do some sightseeing and exploring of your own in Iceland’s capital.

Day 6

On your final day in Iceland you will have a free day to explore Reykjavik city center for some final shopping. In the evening you'll gather together back at the Grand Hotel for your final dinner together, reliving memories with new friends and celebrating your time spent together.

Optional add-on: Enjoy a breathtaking whale watching experience under the excellent guidance of marine biologist guides and learn all about the incredible wildlife that call Iceland home.

Day 7

Farewell Iceland.

You'll need to book your return flight to depart today. Your hotel concierge will be able to assist you to arrange an airport transfer.

Your Guide

Andrea Mancuso
This trip is led by Andrea Mancuso, founder of Intentional Healing & Wellness
Andrea Mancuso is the founder of Intentional Healing & Wellness. A former School Psychologist in New York City for over 14 years, Andrea left the school system in 2021 to serve a greater mission. Andrea is highly skilled coach, mental health counselor and dynamic facilitator. She is a vulnerability advocate and host of The V Spot Podcast. Andrea attained Advanced Certification in Mental Health Counseling and an Associate Coaching Credential (ACC) in 2023. She is certified in Emotional Intelligence assessment and also obtained a Master of Science in Education (M.S. Ed.) in Therapeutic Interventions and a Professional Diploma in School Psychology from Fordham University in 2007. Visit www.intentionalhealingandwellness.com to learn more about Andrea Mancuso’s work.

More information

Everything you need to know about travelling GOOD.
Who guides this trip?
We aim to have each trip led by a local guide, in collaboration with a Centre for GOOD Travel member or a representative from our experience partner.
How do I book?
To secure your spot, we require a non-refundable deposit of $500 per person. Click 'book now' to start your travel plans with us. You will then be directed to pay your deposit of $500 deposit. If you would prefer to pay via payment plan, please contact us: info@good-travel.org
Are the trip dates confirmed?
Our trip will be confirmed once we have the minimum number of participants needed. Please check with us before purchasing your airline tickets to ensure your trip is confirmed.
Who is this trip for?
This trip is for anyone who wants to travel in a way that has a positive impact on people and places.
Can I upgrade my accommodation?
There is a single-room surcharge, subject to availability. You can let us know on booking if you would like to room on your own.
What else do I need to know?
Before you make your deposit, please make sure you've read and understand our Terms of Service.
What about COVID-19?
The Centre for GOOD Travel is committed to minimizing the risk to our travellers, team leaders, our partners and the people in each destination we visit. We also want to give greater confidence and flexibility to our travellers in response to the uncertainties present within international travel. Therefore we have adjusted our policies and safety protocols. You can find more information in our Terms of Service. We follow safety recommendations from the WHO, CDC and the official recommendations from each country we visit, and we work with partners who adhere closely to health and safety protocols.
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