Global DMC Partners recruits HL Adventure

Icelandic travel experts join network of more than 65 independently-owned international DMCs.

Global DMC Partners has welcomed Icelandic DMC HL Adventure to its network of international destination management companies.

HL Adventure is a full-service DMC and authorised tour operator based in Iceland, founded in 2000 by Jón Ólafur and his wife Jóhanna. Over the years, the duo has gained a strong reputation for creating tailor-made solutions for meetings, events, and incentives in Iceland and Greenland.

President of Global DMC Partners, Catherine Chaulet, said: "We’ve worked with HL Adventure for many years now and were eager to officially solidify this partnership to make sure we had a perfect solution in Iceland for our clients.

"They have clearly proven that they are the best at what they do. Endless creativity, energy, passion, and an unbeatable level of customer service is what all of our clients can expect when working with their team."

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