Northern Lights


I have recently returned from a fascinating long weekend in Iceland.

I was based in the capital city of Reykjavik, which was covered in snow and looked very pretty with all the Christmas lights.

Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital and offers a thriving cultural scene with lots of restaurants, stylish galleries and historic landmarks: but it is the incredible natural wonders that make Iceland so special.

One day I took a full day tour by “Superjeep” to the Golden Circle visiting the impressive Gullfoss waterfall and geyser hot springs area.

Another tour I took was a visit to the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland’s top attractions, which is situated in a black lava field.  Mineral rich geothermal seawater comes from deep holes to fill the Spa with bright blue water with temperatures up to 37-39 degrees centigrade.

However, the highlight of my Iceland experience has to be seeing the Northern Lights.  The sky comes alive with flickering neon lights to provide a magical light show.

Iceland is a unique destination, unlike anywhere I have been before on my travels.

So if you are looking for a completely different and exciting holiday experience, I would definitely recommend that you consider Iceland for your next trip.

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