Day tours in Iceland, Akureyri and Reykjavik

Nearly 7.000 trees planted - Carbon equalization is part of our environmental policy

Employees of FAB Travel and Iceland Guided Tours recently planted nearly 7.000 trees. Carbon balance is part of the environmental policies of the companies and employees have planted thousands of trees in recent years.
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Bird Life In Iceland

The Icelandic spring is now shorter and the migrations span from southern Europe, Africa and all the way from South America for birds just like the Red-necked Phalarope, which spends the winter on the West coast of South America, and, who has to fly up to 10,000 km to Iceland in order to nest.
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TRUST AND EXPERIENCE

IG Tours [Iceland Guided Tours] inc. and FAB Travel [Free As a Bird] inc. are sister companies that specialize in tours for Cruise Ship passengers. We provide number of tours from four different locations in Iceland; Reykjavík, Akureyri, Ísafjörður and Seyðisfjörður.
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Create your own special moments on our South Coast Tour

South Coast Tour from our sister company Iceland Guided Tours.
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Environmental Policy - FAB Travel

Environmental Policy - Policy & Objectives: Did you know that we at Iceland guided tours and FAB Travel planted 6.620 trees last summer to cover our toxic track, we always love giving back and that is our goal over the next years to increase this amount of trees by a 1000 each year.
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Day tours from Akureyri

Iceland guided tour and the sister company FAB Travel offers fantastic day tours for Hotel guest as well cruise ship passengers.
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New from Safe Travel Iceland

Safe Travel website is one of the most important in Iceland, tells tourists as well Icelanders how the weather is as well how to act in certain conditions.
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AKUREYRI IS AN MAGNIFICENT DESTINATION

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2018 SUMMER WILL START WITH AN EXPLOSION

The number of cruise ship heading to Reykjavík and Akureyri is mind boggling
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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

We are happy to say that the first snow has arrived, come on, let's play.
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