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Are you planning on travel to Iceland next summer, then you should read carefully:
Did you know that during the summer season (June-July) in Iceland there is 24/7 daylight? This means that if you and your group are traveling from another timezone, you have the option to stay in your timezone and travel around Iceland during the night. Why not?
In 2015 we had a record number of tourists traveling to Iceland, over 1 million people. It is predicted that the number of tourists traveling to Iceland in 2016 will be even higher! The summer months are the most popular for traveling to Iceland and so during that time you might experience over crowded nature attractions.
Our solution is to travel during the night time, that way you will get to experience Iceland in a unique way, complete silence aside from the sound of little birds singing and a natural spring flowing down the hill. It's truly a once in a lifetime experience.