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Iceland - When to Go

Iceland - When to Go

Iceland offers a variety of attractions throughout the year, making the choice of the right time to travel depend on your preferences. Summer, from June to August, is the warmest time, with long days, green landscapes, and seabird activity. It is a great time to see volcanoes, geysers, black sand beaches, canyons, or go hiking in the mountains. Winter, from October to March, the ice cover becomes harder, making it an excellent time to visit ice caves and go glacier hiking. To see the aurora borealis, it is best to go between September and March, but it is important to note that the darkest nights are from November to January and these are the best conditions for observing this amazing phenomenon. Ultimately, each season has something unique to offer on this fascinating island.

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