BRITS looking for an alternative holiday destination this year should look to Iceland, which is on the travel green list.
Iceland is one of the most famous spots to see the Northern Lights, so there’s no surprise there are already a lot of deals around.
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On May 7, Grant Shapps announced the long-awaited list of where Brits can go on holiday without having to quarantine on their return.
Iceland was on the green list, along with 12 other destinations, including Gibraltar, Israel and Portugal.
The country’s capital, Reykjavík, makes for a great city break, with plenty to see and do.
There’s also the opportunity to see the Northern Lights – the most stunning natural phenomenon in the world and on many travellers’ bucket list.
Some of the best deals to the country are:
The incredible light show can occasionally be seen in the night sky over Britain, typically during the Equinox and Solstice in March and April, as well as September and October.
Iceland is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights and the best season is from September to mid-April, when the months are full of dark nights.
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However, a holiday to see them doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
There are plenty of trips to experience the Aurora Borealis available on a budget.
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