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The Northern Lights in Iceland is a truly mesmerizing scene to witness

Posted: 9 August 2011
by Junior

Children will be enchanted by the Northern Lights (or the Aurora, as they are also known) – one of the world’s most spectacular natural phenomena. With a Discover The World’s Aurora Nights break to Iceland you stay at the four-star Northern Lights Inn. Situated just outside Reykjavik, the area has little light pollution – perfect for spotting this natural lights display. 

Next door is the Blue Lagoon, a geothermally heated, mineral-rich pool; while the gorgeous Gullfoss waterfall and Geyser is also nearby. 

The three-night Aurora Nights trip costs from £517 per person, including flights, a 4WD vehicle and three night’s B&B. February and March are the best months to see the Aurora, when the skies are pitch dark at night.

Tel: 01737 218800 or visit

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Thank you Junior magazine for sharing this post on Northern lights in Iceland. this article is really good and informative. Children will be enchanted by the Northern Lights indeed, the place is really beautiful with lights.

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