Welcome to Iceland

Throw on an extra layer.. the average temperature here is 40 Fahrenheit.  In 6 stunning stops you’ll discover the beauty of and diversity of this magnificent island that still remains 80% uninhabited. Soak it all up now as by this time next year, the sites you'll see will have changed forever as our planet continues to heat up.

Combatting climate change that is causing these drastic alterations to Iceland's glaciers & natural beauty can often seem daunting or unachievable. However it's not. By going on this virtual trip you have already started combatting climate change. Thank you for taking the time this Earth day, to discover our amazing planet, virtually.

After you enjoy the sights, keep scrolling down to discover 4 other simple actions you can implement into your day to positively impact climate change, brought to you by your holiday partners, The Nature Conservancy.



Just outside the southern village of Vík í Mýrdal lies one of the most stunning non-tropical beaches on Planet Earth. Reynisfjara is neatly nestled as a set of coves, protected by a fortress of geometric basalt columns, and features a shoreline full of polished black pebbles. Formed long ago when boiling lava oozed from a nearby volcano, the jagged volcanic rock was hardened by the cold ocean current and polished over time by lapping waves. Out toward the horizon, a set of sharp spires pierce the surface of the water — Icelandic legend says that these monuments formed when mischievous trolls hauled a three-masted ship out to sea before becoming petrified as the sun rose.

The Iceland edition bottle, the perfect partner for your virtual vacation. designed by TRC they symbolise the impacts of global warming on the glaciers of Iceland.




Continue to travel virtually - here are some more carbon-free holidays you can set off on. Or perhaps try a staycation, it’s no secret that travel is one of the biggest contributors to global emissions, and you can Enjoy & Protect Nature Without Leaving Your Home!

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Founded in the U.S. through grassroots action in 1951, The Nature Conservancy(TNC)has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world. Thanks to more than a million members and the dedicated efforts ofadiverse staff and over 400 scientists,TNC impacts conservation in 76 countries and territories: 37 by direct conservation impact and 39 through partners.