, In part 2. Let’s talk about a few more things to do in Iceland!
Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) – This sight is at the top of many lists, however, you need to know the best possible location to view this wonder. Thingvellir is by far the finest area to see this wonder. Be sure you check the weather so that you have a combination of dark and partially clear skies. Thingvellir is a national park as well as a historic site. It doubles as a great tourist selection for you to see a rare vision as well as gain some insight on the history of the land.
Some trips you can plan on the fly. Some trips you plan for years! Some you can easily go it alone. Other’s, like Iceland, are benefited from an experienced Travel Professional. With a Bucket List trip, you really want all the ‘i’s dotted and the ‘t’s crossed.
You want the arrangements made in advance so nothing is left to chance.
Let’s consider some of the different things to see and do.
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