Feb 6 - 12, 2018

Science. Auroras. Geysers. A continental rift. Waterfalls. Vistas. More science. Let's do this.

We're going on a trip to Iceland together, and we're totally going to geek out while doing it. We'll spend six amazing days doing all sorts of cool stuff:

Look at all these places we're going. Look at them. They're awesome and you want to see them for yourself.

  • Hunt for the Northern Lights on three separate nights*, including a boat trip in the bay outside Reykjavik
  • Explore the geothermal fields of Geysir and Strokkur
  • Check out the huge Gullfoss waterfall
  • Hang around the cool town of Vik on the southern coast
  • Take a dip in the Blue Lagoon
  • Explore Thingvellir Park's rift valley
  • So much more I can't even fit it all on this list

Bonus: you get to hang out with me and Fraser Cain of Universe Today the whole time! We'll entertain you with talks on everything from the astrophysics of the aurora to the geophysics of the geysers and rift valley. PLUS we'll be on all the tours and at all the meals to personally answer your burning questions about space and time!  

The tour costs around $3,699 (depending on your exact departure city) and includes:

This price assumes double occupancy. If you want to trek solo, you'll need to add $500.

Space is limited! To reserve your spot you need to make a $500 deposit by August 8th, 2017.

Download the full brochure here

To make a reservation or request a quote, submit the form below and our travel agent will get back to you ASAP. Or if you're in a hurry you can contact the agency directly at 740.407.2157.

We are currently at capacity, but still accepting names for the waitlist!

Name *
(It's a contest between me and Fraser.)

*You and I both know that we can't control the weather (yet). We may end up just staring at the clouds all night. That's fine, because we'll be together, talking science.

Snow? Rainbows? Waterfalls? How awesome is this???

These people are swimming in nature's own bathtub. You want this, real bad.

High-energy particles, streaming out of the sun and slamming into our atmosphere at nearly the speed of light. All for our amusement.