It’s Tuesday, so once again it’s “time” to “lapse” it up! (See what we did there?). Each week, we share a new way of looking at this big blue planet of ours. While a photo does a great job of capturing what we see with our own eyes, a time-lapse reveals just how little the eye can see.

For the most part, glaciers move pretty slowly. Iceland's Jokulsarlon didn't get the memo, as glittering icebergs continually break off and drift out to sea. While the lagoon is a relatively recent formation, the ice itself is over 1,000 years old.

Getting There

G Adventures runs a number of departures encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater for different tastes. We’re thrilled at the prospect of showing you this big blue planet of ours — check out our small group trips to Iceland here.