Day 1: Welcome and introduction of the camp and the goals.
The participants will be picked up at Keflavík Int. airport according to their arrival and taken to the hostel in Reykjavik.There will be a welcoming where participants will be informed about the program for the next 8 days.
Day 2: Icelandic culture and environmental protection
Morning: There will be a project seminar about Icelandic culture and introduction about environmental protection
workshop 1: Environmental
Afternoon: The volunteers will attend environmental protection activity organized by the local coordinator.
Day 3: Golden circle
We see classics today. Start with a visit to the ancient Viking Parliament area of Þingvellir and following Gullfoss the beautiful double “Golden Falls”and the active geothermal area of Geysir, where we can see Strokkur “the churn” spout up to 25 meters (70 feet) every five to seven minutes.
Afternoon: we will arrive at Solheimar ecovillage which is a world-renowned sustainable community known for its artistic and ecological atmosphere.
Evening: The volunteers will watch an environmental documentary about the importance of environmental protection.
Day 4 Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Snæfellsnes peninsula in western Iceland which is sometimes called “Iceland in miniature,” due to its many different kinds of geology all in one place. We will visit Snæfellsjökull volcano, a seal colony Ytri-Tunga, Arnarstapi and Hellnar spectacular rock formations, the gorgeous Djúpalónssandur black beach a more. It is a legendary area of magic and beauty, immortalized in Jules Verne’s “Journey to the Centre of the Earth”.
Day 5: Food waste management
Workshop 2: Topic- Food waste management
Afternoon: Volunteering for the local community with a special focus on plastic pollution.
Evening: Mid-term evaluation
Day 6: Geothermal plant and community work
Morning: The volunteers will visit the geothermal power plant in Iceland and the factory where professionals will make an explanation to the volunteers that how the Icelandic government makes rational use of natural geothermal energy and how to combine the geothermal energy with sustainable development.
Afternoon: Local community Volunteering
Evening: Environmental Documentar
Day 7: Sustainability and recycling center
Workshop 3: Topic – Sustainable development
Visiting the Recycling center
Day 8: Final evaluation and group presentation
Glacier exhibition, Tidying and cleaning, Farewell evening
Day 9: Departure
The volunteers will leave the camp after luggage packing and will be sent to the Keflavik International Airport Reykjavik according to their departure.