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Posted on March 3rd, 2020 in Tour Tales
Iceland’s Northern Lights tour is so much more than the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights. It’s walking a path in the rift valley between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates – only the second place on Earth to see them above ground. It’s feeling the warmth and seeing the bubbling water of the most powerful hot spring in Europe. It’s meeting an Icelandic horse and learning about this hardy breed and their unique gaits. It’s seeing the beauty and majesty of Iceland’s various waterfalls. It’s seeing how the volcanism that formed this country also created amazing geysers, rhyolite mountains, columnar basalt formations, lava fields, and lunar-like craters. It’s meeting the people and experiencing a culture that has preserved their history and heritage through the stories of the Sagas! And, of course, it’s enjoying the therapeutic geothermal water of the famous Blue Lagoon! The land of fire and ice has become a popular destination – one that has been added to many people’s bucket lists, and rightfully so. I feel so fortunate that I have been there several times and I love to share the passion I now have for this country with guests on our tours each and every time I go.
– Deb B. Holiday Vacations Tour Director
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