If someone asked you where you went on vacation, how cool would it be to answer, "I went on an Icelandic monster truck safari." The folks at Iceland Experience, a division of The Great Canadian Travel Company, certainly know how to market a tour. Their four day-three night "safari" is an escorted tour in a specially modified Land Rover Defender with 38-inch tires. A professional driver will pick you up at the airport in this "super jeep" and whisk you away across Iceland's wild terrain. The stops include the fishing village of Grindavik, dinner at a lobster restaurant in Stokkseyri, Icleland's "Golden Circle" (Gullfoss waterfall, the Geysir hot springs area, and Thingvellir National Park), the glacier valley of Thorsmork, Reykjavik, and the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon. You'll get a chance to get behind the wheel and drive the monster truck yourself a few times on a special track, on mountain roads, and down the black basaltic sand near Skogafoss waterfall. There are departures through April, and the price (based on double occupancy; airfare not included) begins at $3,169 per person.