Practical leads the way in incentive travel to Iceland

Practical - incentive travel to IcelandPractical, a company that specialises in incentive travel to Iceland, unveils its range of event management options to international businesses.

Iceland is one of the fastest growing incentive travel destinations in the world. This is partly because of its ideal location between Europe and North America, and partly because it offers so much to do. The list of activities on offer in The Land of Contrasts is almost endless and the quirky local culture helps too.

Incentive trips are a great way to galvanise team spirit and reward productivity, and holding them in Iceland is a sure way to make them unforgettable and unique. Staff at Practical joke that an incentive trip that’s not truly unforgettable and unique isn’t an incentive trip at all.

Practical consults closely with customers at every stage of their journey, from the initial enquiry all the way to the airport on the way home, ensuring that no two trips are ever alike and that everyone gets the most out of the experience. The company only works with highly qualified and trained suppliers, and settles for nothing less than the very best when it comes to accommodation, food, refreshments and entertainment.

The company works with all sorts of organisations including many of Iceland’s biggest companies, international brands, small businesses and other parties. Incentive trips in Iceland can be tailored to any sort of organisation, from tours for special interest groups to product launches, and from corporate team building to executive getaways.

Practical is one of Iceland’s most trusted event management companies, specialising in team building programmes, product launches and conferences as well as incentive travel. The company boasts that when there’s an event to plan or travel to arrange, Practical can do almost anything for any organisation.

For further information on incentive travel to Iceland, visit the Practical website at


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