Four-star Hotel Husafell in West Iceland is offering the Husafell Eco-Walk, a free guided eco-tour launching on Earth Day, April 22, 2018.
Guided by local residents and area experts, the Husafell Eco-Walk treats visitors to a tour of the resort which traces Husafell’s Viking origins and showcases works by local artist Pall Gudmundsson. Guests also visit an on-site hydro-electric plant to gain insights into Iceland’s clean energy practices and learn how this fully self-sustainable resort runs on 100% renewable energy.
The Husafell Eco-Walk departs daily from the lobby of Hotel Husafell in the evenings. The guided tour is free and open to all. For tour times and to make a reservation guests email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.hotelhusafell.com/activities/husafell-walk.
The Husafell Eco-Walk is part of a larger environmental conservation and tourism infrastructure initiative by Hotel Husafell. In March 2018 the hotel received a grant from the Icelandic government to develop hiking trails in Husafell Nature Reserve. In January 2018 Hotel Husafell joined National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, a prestigious collection of properties that are committed to authenticity, excellence, and sustainability.