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Circumnavigation of Iceland featuring MSU Professor Daniel Hayes

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Discover the ethereal “Land of Fire and Ice” on this specially designed seven-night circumnavigation cruise where glittering glaciers cap active and dormant volcanoes; Viking ruins coexist with rugged coastlines, geothermal baths and awe-inspiring geysers; and long-lasting daylight melds into the lingering twilight. Cruise aboard the Five Star expedition ship LE CHAMPLAIN, featuring only 92 Staterooms. Look for orcas, humpback whales and rare migratory birds and touch ice fragments calved from one of Europe’s largest glaciers in UNESCO-designated Vatnajökull National Park. Cross the Arctic Circle on Grímsey Island and cruise along the coast of Surtsey, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the majestic and rocky vista of a former lava lake and marvel at dramatic Goðafoss, the “Waterfall of the Gods.” A Reykjavík Pre-Tour is also available. †Included Air and Low Air Add-Ons have limited availability and are not guaranteed.

MSU Host ~ Dan Hayes

Dan Hayes is a Professor in Michigan State University’s Department of Fisheries and Wildlife as part of the Partnership for Ecosystem Research and Management. He also serves as the associate chair of the department. His position at MSU focuses on cooperative research with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources on quantitative aspects of fish habitat and population dynamics. His principle research emphasis is on linking fish population dynamics with habitat quality.  In addition, Dan has had the privilege of leading MSU’s study abroad program to Antarctica four times and has hosted MSU Alumni tours to Antarctica and Alaska.  He is an avid angler and hunter, and lives on Park Lake in Bath Township.

A minimum number of participants is required to send the faculty host.

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Circumnavigation of Iceland featuring MSU Professor Daniel Hayes

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