Have you ever dreamed of endless days of fun, friends and sunshine? Make it a reality by joining The MoonWalk Icelandnight charity walk in, Iceland, the land of the midnight sun – it's a night walk taken in the sunlight!
Walk the Walk, the UK's largest grant-making charity, uses the MoonWalks to help fight cancer by achieving its organisational goal to: [B]Raise money, Raise awareness, Get fit and Have fun![/B]
TheMoonWalk Iceland Charity Marathon 2019to be held at Lake Myvatan, Iceland is a six-day tour package departing Heathrow Thursday, 13 June and returning Tuesday, 18 June, 2019.
Reserve your place now with an initial, non-refundable booking deposit of £270. Click here now and get the fun started.
Please note: all walkers must be at least 18 years of age to take part.
The overall cost will depend on your accommodation type:
Single: £2,830 per person;
Twin: £2,430 per person;
Triple: £2,289 per person; and
Quad: £2,220 per person
The £270 deposit;
All flights and taxes;
Hotels with ensuite bed and breakfast;
All meals other than those not listed in the itinerary;
All excursions in the itinerary including transport and guides;
All transport within Iceland (for those on the Standard Package);
A day and night in a Reykjavik hotel with ensuite facilities, bed and breakfast;
Entry toMoonWalk Iceland Charity Marathon 2019;
One of Walk the Walk's famous bras to decorate;
Walk the Walk support from booking to arriving home;
An invitation to a pre-event 20 mile training walk in London;
Three exclusiveMoonWalk Iceland 2019 T-shirts, one long sleeved and two short sleeved;
High visibility beanie hat;
MoonWalk IcelandMidge hat;
Space blanket; and
All race facilities such as medal, water, entertainment etc.
For a full run-down of what's on offer take a look at The MoonWalk Iceland's web page. In the meantime, here's a brief synopsis of what to expect:
Day 1 – Thursday 13 June 2019 Fly from London Heathrow to Keflavik International Airport then board the coach and visit the Reykjanes Peninsula where you can take the Bridge Between the Two Continents to walk from the North American to the Eurasian plate.
Continue on through the Gunnuhver and Krysuvik geothermal fields to the Reykjavik City Airport for a short flight to the north east on your way to Hotel Sel on the shore of Lake Myvatn.
Day 2 – Friday 14 June 2019
After breakfast, in groups of around 30, visit the fishing centre of Husavik, for some whale watching. Lunch is followed by some retail therapy or perhaps shout yourself a visit to the whale museum.
The afternoon tour around Lake Myvatn with its volcanic formations, boiling mud pools and bird life will astound. As will the breathtaking views as you stroll around the volcanic crater rim – totally exhilarating.
Day 4 – Sunday 16 June 2019
Cross the Finish Line some time on Sunday morning then, after a delicious breakfast, head for the hotel and a well-deserved massage to soothe those strained and tired muscles. Then rest up before the afternoon's fun.
Take Afternoon Tea and join the others chatting, sharing and reliving the enjoyment of the occasion. The Farewell Celebration Dinner; a feast on many local delicacies, is a fitting end to the celebrations.
Day 5 – Monday 17 June 2019
Off to the airport in time for your flight to Reykjavik and a chance to relax, explore and shop. Reykjavik is the world's most northern capital, crammed with Viking history, charming and quirky museums, wonderful shopping and, not to mention, its captivating landscape.
Day 6 – Tuesday 18 June 2019
Finally, the day for your return home. But it's not over yet; you've time to spend at the famous Blue Lagoon. Soak up the mineral waters and let the steam help you unwind and relax before the trip home.
At 9.45am transfer to Keflavik Airport where you will depart at 12.30pm returning to Heathrow around 4.30pm.
Walk for Free Scheme
Did you know Walk the Walk will refund your tour cost for the basic Challenge as a 'Thank You' if you raise enough sponsor money? It's the Walk for Free Scheme and the details are fully explained here.
Registrations are now open, so click over to here and join in.
MoonWalksare held annually in Scotland, London, and Iceland. The funds raised are granted to aid in breast cancer research and help improve the lives of people living with the disease. So far Walk the Walk has granted in excess of £30 million to Breast Cancer Now for a range of specific research studies including The Generation Study and extensive support for the research carried out by the Tissue Bank.
Take this opportunity and enjoy a trip to remember by joining up with Walk the Walk to help save lives, raise awareness and improves fitness.