You can see the Northern Lights with holidays from £275pp including flights and hotels03/04/2021
NORTHERN Light holidays have never been so cheap, with a trip to see the natural light show for under £300 per person.
The holiday deal, launched by Icelandair, also includes hotels and flights, as well as checked luggage and breakfast.
The "Northern Lights Winter Special" has return flights from the UK to Iceland with the carrier with all passengers given 23kg of checked bags.
Three nights at a four-star hotel, either the Grandi or Midgardur hotel, is included with daily breakfast and a welcome drink.
However the main attraction is the Northern Lights Tour, run by local operator with Reykjavik Excursions.
The three-hour tour, which includes coach travel, starts late in the evening between 9pm and 10pm before experiencing the Aurora Borealis on day two.
- Icelandair flights – find here
Costing just £275pp, the normally rather expensive trip is much cheaper following the pandemic.
Flights operate from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester or Glasgow Airport.
Holidays abroad are still off the cards due to the UK lockdown, but the bargain deal is available when travelling between October 2021 and January 2022.
You also have to be quick, with the deal only available until March 14 – you can find the deal here.
Fancy staying longer? You can book extra days up to seven days if you want to explore Iceland, which includes the famous Blue Lagoon as well.
The Northern Lights can also sometimes be spotted over the UK, where there is little light pollution – with them last spotted in December 2020.
We've rounded up some other holidays that include the Northern Lights, including in Lapland.
Last year, easyJet passengers were lucky enough to see the Northern Lights during a flight from Iceland to the UK.
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