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Gravitas Goes To Iceland!

At the end of October, a group of our Gravitonians from the UK and Asia jetted off to Iceland for our 2019 Crème de la Crème Incentive, a 5 day bucket-list trip for our top performers around the world.

 

One of their first activities in Iceland was an afternoon spent snowmobiling over a glacier, reaching speeds of over 70mph!

 

They also went on a tour of the world-famous Golden Circle, seeing the beautiful Gullfoss Waterfalls and some of Iceland’s iconic volcanic geysers.

 

One stop on the tour was Thingvellir National Park, where the tectonic plates of North America and Europe collide. While there, they were treated to some ice-snorkelling in the Silfra fissure, famous for its crystal clear blue waters and the magical experience of floating between two continents.

 

Gravitas in Iceland

 

Of course, no trip to Iceland would be complete without a trip to the world famous Blue Lagoon, an outdoor geothermal spa. Gravitonian Eve describes it as “like a really nice hot bath, you leave feeling completely reborn, and your skin feels amazing!”

 

In their evenings and free time, our Gravitonians congregated at the local watering holes, while also exploring Reykjavik and enjoying some delicious Icelandic food at world-class restaurants. Our Hong Kong team also found time to teach their UK counterparts the popular card game of ‘Fives’.

 

A once-in-a-lifetime trip that our Gravitonians won’t soon forget. Where will we go next year?

 

 


 

Think you could be the Crème de la Crème of Gravitas? Want to work for a company that rewards its employees with holidays abroad and other amazing incentives?

 

Gravitas are hiring now at all our UK and Asia offices. Click here to apply now.

 

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