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Whether it’s a whale watching trip, glacier hiking or snowmobiling on the Langjökull glacier, you can’t go wrong with Arctic Adventures. As Iceland’s largest activity tour operator, Arctic Adventures specializes in ecotourism.

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The company has seven base camps scattered throughout Iceland. A tour of Iceland courtesy of Arctic Adventures will have you cruising to remote regions in luxury vessels, surfing the waves on a surfboard, ice hiking glaciers, river rafting and quad biking. You’ll be treated like family and shown off Iceland’s best spots.

The company also has a couple of hotels in Akureyri and Kirkjubaejarklatur. The adventure hotel Hof is located near the Vatnajokull glacier. The hotel is also home to a museum highlighting the history of Iceland. Arctic Adventures Iceland has also teamed up with the Iceland Carbon Fund, a charity set up by the Icelandic Forestry Association, to plant trees to offset carbon emissions. The company has also signed a contract with the Icelandic Environment Association, whose mission is to protect the country’s forests, which are estimated to absorb more carbon dioxide than any other nation on Earth.

In addition to their activity-packed itinerary, Arctic Adventures also operates two hotels, which are located near the main attractions. In Akureyri, you’ll find the Adventure Hotel Gerland, located near the Kirkjubaejarklatur, and the Adventure Hotel Hof, near the Vatnajokull glacier. Among the many hotels and resorts in Iceland, the Adventure Hotel Hof is perhaps the most luxurious.

The company has an impressive 25 years of operation under its belt and is still going strong. The company is led by a team of experienced guides who know their stuff. Whether you’re chasing the elusive northern lights or you just want to see the Golden Circle, you’ll find it all at Arctic Adventures.

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