Iceland is a destination many would not think of when it comes down to organising an incentive trip, however it should 100% be considered as one! Iceland has so much to offer and is an all year-round incentive destination! Iceland ticks all the right boxes when it comes down to imaginative incentive. Iceland offers unique experiences. Whether it’s chasing the mystical northern lights in a jeep designed for adventure, racing across the icy wilderness on a sledge pulled by huskies, drifting off to sleep in a cosy glass igloo or relaxing in the healing waters of the Blue Lagoon, this varied destination will not fail to excite.


Activities in Iceland


If you are organising an Iceland incentive trip, then there is one activity that must be in your programme! The famous Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa, one of Iceland’s most unique and popular attractions! Only a 40-minute drive from

Reykjavik, the Blue lagoon is the ideal rest stop for any traveller. Soak in the blend of

mineral rich geothermal water and salty ocean water from the Atlantic Ocean while surrounded by a lunar lava landscape. Built into an 800-year-old lava cliff on the west bank of the Blue Lagoon, Lava Restaurant is a place where dynamic cuisine and enchanting design create unforgettable culinary experiences. We would definitely recommend building in a lunch here, so you can really savour the scenery.


Iceland’s incredible landscape is made up of the most magnificent, ancient glaciers. These glaciers open up a whole lot of fun and unique activities that your group can take part in. Glacier Hiking is one of the most popular tour activities in Iceland. With a range of different hikes available there will sure be one to fit within your programme nicely. While on the hike why not try and tie it in with seeing some more of Iceland’s spectacular natural landmarks such as Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss – two of Iceland’s wonderful waterfalls.


Other activities to consider when you are in Iceland

  • Ice-climbing,
  • snowmobiling,
  • ice-caving
  • Exploring ice tunnels.
  • Cave exploring


Hotels in Iceland


Iceland is not short of hotels and there are number of different towns you can stay in across in the country. We would recommend staying in Reykjavic as that is where you will find all the night life.


The 101 hotel was one of Reykjavik’s first-ever boutique hotels is still considered one of the best. Situated in downtown Reykjavik with the Icelandic Opera House next door this boutique hotel is perfect for incentive groups! This sleek and modern boutique hotel offers contemporary design, along with black and white interior’s in every guest room. The in-house restaurant serves traditional Icelandic and international cuisine. In addition to a spa tub, 101 hotel features a sauna and a fitness centre.


Dignified and imposing, Hotel Borg overlooks the beautiful square of Austurvöllur, in the heart of Reykjavík.  The Borg, which has become one of Reykjavik’s landmarks, is conveniently located within walking distance of variety of restaurants, businesses, souvenir shops, art galleries and specialty shops.  This hotel merges high-end art deco elegance with modern flair and a range of amenities that include a dedicated spa, restaurant and bar.


Next time you are organising an incentive trip – make sure to ask about Iceland!



Finding the right incentive destination for your team can be challenging, that’s why we make sure we try out as many as possible, so we can provide you with the right option for you. If you want to find out more about how we do this, contact a member of our events team, they will be happy to tell you all about their experiences. To have a look at some of the other amazing incentives we have organised click on the link below.