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Are you ready for the adventure of a LIFETIME? H&H social club is bringing you a wide variety of once-in-a-lifetime trips that will take you to some of the most amazing places on Earth.  Our trips are sure to create memories that will last a lifetime. Meet new lifestyle frined while having the adventure of a lifetime!! So what are you waiting for? Start planning your once-in-a-lifetime trip today!"


Itinerary Of Events

March 14th
3:00 PM  Hotel / Event Check-In 
6:00 PM - 7:30PM: Cocktail Hour Meet and Greet 

March 15th
10:00AM-8:00PM: Private Group Excursion

9:00 PM - 10:30PM: Cocktail Hour Meet and Greet

March 16th
9:00PM-3:00AM: VIP Bottle Service Club Experience

March 17th

March 18th

10:00AM-8:00PM: Private Group Excursion

March 19th
12:00PM: Checkout Transfer back to Airport

Excursion Sites

Thingvellir National Park

Thingvellir National Park, a natural spectacle without parallel. Here, the American and Eurasian tectonic plates are tearing apart, little by little each year, giving you the unmatched opportunity to have your feet standing on two continents at the same time.

Geologically enthralling, Thingvellir is also significant in the cultural and historical life of Iceland, as it was the site of the oldest surviving Parliament in the world, established by the Vikings in 930AD. Laws were passed, disputes were settled, festivals were held, and the Icelandic nation was ruled from here for nearly a thousand years. Iceland declared its independence from Denmark here in 1944. It is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its rich cultural history and the stunning natural environment that lies all around.

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Geysir & Haukadalur Geothermal Area

After enjoying the experience of Thingvellir, you will travel onwards to the world-famous hot spring, Geysir. On our way there, we will pass through the small village of Laugarvatn, which sits next to a beautiful lake of the same name in a geothermally active area called Haukadalur. The plumes of super-heated vapor billowing into the air in this area are used by the locals to bake rye bread in the ground!

Known throughout the world for its power and beauty, Geysir has become a synonym for this fantastic show of nature. Strokkur, another hot spring, sits nearby and is very active, reliably erupting to heights of up to 30 meters every few minutes. It’s possible to get quite close to Strokkur too, but it’s wise to check the wind direction first! Streams of super-heated water trickle all around, leaving intriguing colorful residues behind. While we are in the Geysir area, you will also have time to buy lunch or some snacks or shop for souvenirs at the adjacent service station.

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Gullfoss - The Golden Waterfall

Gullfoss is a double drop waterfall with a cascade of more than 30 meters, producing endless sheets of spray as more than a million gallons a minute of water crash down into a narrow canyon. Gullfoss is a natural marvel at any time of the year. There are several viewing perspectives, depending on the time of your visit, which will give you the chance to fully experience the thundering power of this magical waterfall. 

Setting off countless rainbows on sunny days, and equally stunning when it’s partly frozen in the winter, it is now a protected site having nearly been converted into a hydroelectric power plant a few decades ago.


Kerid Volcanic Crater

These three amazing attractions complete the classic Golden Circle tour, but to add even more value and wonder to your experience, we will also stop at the dramatic red earth Kerid volcanic crater. Three thousand years old and more than 50 meters deep, a walk around this crater and lake with its colorful mix of mossy greens and red earth hues is a visual highlight for you and your camera. Bjork once played a concert here too. 

Our tour continues towards the Grindavik as we make our way to the Blue Lagoon, enjoying a beautiful drive through the rugged Reykjanes peninsula, admiring vast lava fields, cone volcanoes and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean before we arrive in the town of Grindavik.

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Blue Lagoon

It is now time for you to get prepared for the most relaxing part of your day! You will spend the rest of your day relaxing in the iconic naturally-heated water and enjoying the fantastic facilities there in the world-famous Blue Lagoon. 

Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui Waterfalls

Your first South Coast thrill is to visit Seljalandsfoss. This 60m cascade tumbles into a plunge pool with an enormous cave hiding behind the waters. There’s an exciting path that you can walk behind the waterfall to see it from the other side! Justin Bieber filmed his “I’ll Show You” music video here too.

As well as that, we’ll take you to the “hidden waterfall” of Gljúfrabúi, which tumbles into a concealed canyon. Not many people know about it, so this is an extra treat for you!


Skogafoss Waterfall

Our next stop is Skógafoss, an incredible 60m-high waterfall that you might have seen in “Game of Thrones”, “Thor”, and “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”.

It’s a thrilling sight, and you may be lucky enough to see rainbows here. Skógafoss means “Forest Falls”, but there aren’t many trees now! There are 370 steps to the top of the falls – will you climb up and take a look from there?

Solheimajokull Glacier

Next, we’ll show you another glacier, with a short visit to see Sólheimajökull, the “Sun’s Home Glacier”.  From the viewing point you will be able to soak in the view of magnificent glacier and small lagoon forming in front of it. Did you know that glaciers cover more than 10% of Iceland’s surface? Some are shrinking now, so enjoy this sight while you can.


Reynisfjara Black Beach and Dyrhólaey

The last stop on your exhilarating South Coast adventure will take you to the breathtaking black sand beach of Reynisfjara and see the puffins nesting during the summer months at Dyrhólaey.

You’ll see thundering Atlantic waves and incredible hexagonal basalt columns clinging to the cliffs, which you can climb if the tide is out! So keep an eye on the waves while you’re here, and always listen to your guide!

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