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Iceland – The Northern Lights Nature’s Most Spectacular Performance

Price Starting at $4,095.00

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Pull back the curtain on the most dazzling spectacles of nature on this journey to the Land of Fire and Ice. Visit the most miraculous natural wonders in Iceland, from volcanic fields to hot mineral springs, and from the crashing roar of spectacular waterfalls to the trumpeting spray of erupting geysers. Spend your nights under the inky expanse of a star-lit sky, hunting for the most admired phenomenon of winter – the Aurora Borealis. Whether the paintbrush of Mother Nature is lighting the night sky with pinks and greens, oranges and blues, or simply tracing your path through the ancient marvels carved into the Icelandic land, you are in for a drama like none other, played out on the grand stage of Planet Earth.

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Get set for your exciting adventure as you board your overnight flight to Iceland.

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Prices vary by season and package. Please inquire by phone at (800) 627-1244 or email for more information and a pricing estimate.

  • Superior accommodations throughout as indicated or similar.
  • Icelandic breakfast daily, a welcome dinner and a farewell dinner, and other meals as per itinerary. (B=Breakfast; L=Lunch; D=Dinner)
  • All ground transfers and excursions in private deluxe motor coach.
  • Services of a specialist guide with 10 travelers.
  • Entrance fees to all venues indicated.
  • Complimentary bottled water on coaches during sightseeing.
  • Complimentary baggage tags.
  • Complimentary emergency evacuation insurance.
Iceland’s weather is cool and the Icelandic climate temperate. The warm North Atlantic Current ensures generally higher temperatures than in most places of similar latitude in the world. Iceland’s winters are mild and windy while the summers are cool. There are some variations in the climate between different parts of the island. Often times the south coast is warmer, wetter and windier than the north. Snowfall in winters is more common in the north of Iceland. There’s a seasonal change in length of day and night, creating unique weather phenomena. In midwinter, there is a period of no sunlight, and darkness prevails, called the Polar Nights. This is perfect to view one of the most beautiful phenomena: The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights.) In midsummer, daylight takes over and there is no night darkness during June and July – this is called the Midnight Sun.