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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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