If you didn't already know about the Icelandair Stopover program then I want to share with you a great way to explore Iceland when flying a transatlantic flight! An Icelandair stopover is when you get two destinations for the price of one. On your way across the Atlantic, you can stop in Iceland for up to 7 nights at no additional airfare. From October 2016 to March 31st 2017 Icelandair is adding a cool feature to the stopover program, the Icelandair Stopover Buddy Service! You can book your very own Stopover Buddy to travel with you in Iceland. But it’s not just any adventurer — it’s an Icelandair employee!
The service itself is free of charge, so it’s the perfect addition to your Stopover. But like I mentioned earlier it’s only available for a specific time (October 2016 - March 31st 2017) so you better book your stopover today! Click here for more information.
Icelandair employees are versatile as they are many and here below are a few examples!
Join an Adventure Buddy for a custom tour like no other. The only requirement is a decent amount of curiosity and courage.
Ask a Culture Buddy to guide you through the national mind-set while trying out your usual activities in a very different setting.
Embrace your inner food critic on a culinary expedition with a Food Buddy and leave full of good memories and good food!
Ask a Lifestyle Buddy to join you on all kinds of quests, ranging from exploring volcanos and climbing mountains to discovering just how beneficial solving the world’s problems in a hot tub can be.
For more information about the Icelandair Stopover click here
Read the terms and conditions here
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