Geography University Tour to Iceland
Example study tour
Created for the University of Manchester
The University of Manchester required a group travel package to Iceland for students to participate in fieldwork where they could design and execute independent research. The aim was to give students the opportunity to appreciate key theoretical and methodological approaches used by geographers, demonstrate a detailed understanding of the nature of a dissertation, and understand the key requirements of a successful research project.
StudyLink created a 3-day study tour package to Reykjavík, Iceland, enabling students to develop a range of research skills and methods and encourage critical thought surrounding geological and ‘real world’ issues.
Group travel services provided by StudyLink
- 2 nights’ B&B accommodation at the Hotel Cabin located just 750 yards to Laugardalslaug geothermal swimming pool
- Pre-booked meals at local restaurants
- Extensive group travel insurance
- Bespoke free-place ratio
- 24/7 on-call service
- Services of a dedicated Account Executive
- Bespoke itinerary planning service
- Online trip organiser & travel app
- Risk management services including live trip tracking
Custom-made 3-day itinerary to Iceland
Day 1 - Arrive in Iceland
The group organised their own transportation to Iceland, including any coach, visit or flight arrangements.
Once the group arrived, they checked-in to the Hotel Cabin based in the quaint capital city, Reykjavík.
The hotel is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes including The Sculpture and Shore Walk promenade just 450 yards away and Reykjavík city centre only 0.9 miles away.
Time was scheduled in the evening for students to explore the nearby area and taste the thriving culinary scene.
Day 2 - Group-planned Activity
Continental breakfast served at the hotel.
The group chose to make their own arrangements and tailored their tour around student-organised and staff-organised activities.
Day 3 - Check-out
Continental breakfast/packed lunch served at the hotel.
The group checked-out of the hotel and arranged their own transport.
Centrally-located, student-friendly accommodation at preferential group rates
Our room rates are guaranteed too, so you can reserve your beds whilst you confirm your passenger numbers.
Popular options include:
A very large hotel with 252 rooms over 7 floors located in Reykjavik. A bright, modern hotel offering good facilities and comfortable accommodation.
Artic Comfort Hotel Reykjavik
A medium sized hotel with 56 rooms, centrally located in Reykjavik. It is a functional, comfortable hotel comprising of a main building with 23 rooms and annexe with additional 33 rooms located approximately 100m from main hotel. The hotel offers a good standard of room comfort. The annexe has recently been renovated to a good standard which includes a new design glass walled bathroom with frosted panels. All the rooms are bright and functional.
A medium sized hotel with 88 rooms, centrally located in Vik. Recently renovated to a very good standard. All the rooms are bright and functional. The large dining room offers a cold buffet breakfast and dinner.