Air Canada sells Iceland packages

New brochure includes Fly & Drive packages
Air Canada is putting vacation packages to Iceland up for sale under leisure subsidiary Rouge as it prepares to launch a new service to Reykjavik in June.
The Air Canada Rouge service will feature four weekly flights from Toronto and three from Montreal. Air Canada Vacations’ just-published Europe and Cruise brochure includes Fly & Drive packages to Iceland.
Featured itineraries include Around Iceland and Classic Iceland focusing on the volcanic country’s natural wonders including waterfalls, glaciers and hot springs.
Suggestions include a drive across the black sand plain of Myrdalssandur and the black lava pearl beach of Djupalonssandur, a hike through Skaftafell National Park and the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, and an optional boat trip to see glaciers up close.
Other suggested stops include Lake Myvatn, the Thingvellir and Skaftafell national parks, the Hverfjall crater, the fishing village of Husavik, the East Fjords and the Gullfoss waterfall.
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