Widely known as the Land of Fire and Ice, Iceland is closed than you think - an ideal place to see the magical "Northern Lights" 
There is an adventure waiting to happen in Iceland every day! 
With it's abundance of majestic mountains, dramatic volcanoes, imposing glaciers, clean rivers, sparkling lakes, and caves from Ice Caves to rock caves, Iceland is more than just holiday - it's hundreds of holidays. 
But it's also a warm and welcoming place. 
But Iceland’s Northern Lights are one of its major attractions, competing only with other epic natural marvels such as the ice caves, glaciers, and volcanoes. The chance to watch these mystical auroras dance in a place of such incredible natural beauty inspires thousands to reach the island’s shores, cameras in hand, and bucket lists ready to be checked. 
What's Included: 
Return flights from Luton on 23 November 21 
3 Nights at the 4* Center Hotel, Skjalbreid, Reykjavik on bed and breakfast in a Standard room. 
Northern Lights Tour 
1 x 15 kg checked bag between two. 
Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see the aurora borealis, or northern lights. 
Here, at 65° N on the southern edge of the Arctic Circle, you can see auroras almost every night (and in warmer temperatures than other viewing locations in Scandinavia). 
But there is so much more to Iceland than just the magical interaction between our sun's own activity and the earth's atmosphere. 
From the continuous volcanic activity - geothermal heat powers all of Iceland, to spectacular scenery to Iceland's colourful nightlife. 
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