If you’ve been searching for your next travel destination, look no further than Iceland.
With its superb weather year round, Iceland is a beautiful sight to behold regardless of seasons.
And that’s a boast few destinations can make.
Whether you come in the autumn, spring, or summer, there’s always something beautiful to see or some majestic landscape to lose yourself in.
There are three primary reasons to visit Iceland, which include whale watching, hot springs, and the Northern Lights.
Did you know that Iceland is one of the best places to go whale watching?
May to September, and June to August are the perfect months to visit to see some whales, but pay attention to when peak tourist season starts as this can increase the crowds you’ll find.
Hot springs are another wonderful attraction that pulls visitors to Iceland.
August to October is your best chance to enjoy the hot springs, and whether there’s no snow or not, it won’t be too cold to enjoy them. Further, despite any winter weather, lava fields retain their lush greenness well into the colder months.
Winter brings ample opportunities to view the Aurora Borealis if that’s what strikes your fancy.
The Northern Lights are one of the most beautiful events to witness, and luckily, it’s so much cheaper to fly to Iceland in the winter.
Not to mention, there are plenty of great places to stay that give you the perfect view of the Lights–sometimes right above your head!
For more details on the best times to visit, and what to see, in Iceland, check out the infographic below.
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