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Why fly to Reykjavik?

Iceland is a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year, with many different things to do and see. However at this time of year one of the draws is the chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Pack camping gear and plenty of warm clothes, hitch-hike out of the city until you find a beautiful spot that takes your fancy. There is so much empty space in Iceland, much of it very photogenic. So long as you are away from the road and farms, and not causing any problems, then this is one of the easiest places to find a wild camping spot.


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Reykjavík's population soars between June and July as visitors fly in to take advantage of the milder conditions and explore in the perpetual light of the Midnight Sun. This is also when the island is at its driest, although rain is common throughout the year. It's the best time of year for hiking and there are some excellent festivals too, such as Secret Solstice and Midsummer Music.

Avoid the crowds

Brave the freezing temperatures and dark conditions to visit Reykjavík in November, December or January. With a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights dance in the dark sky, a cosy Scandinavian atmosphere in the city and cheaper prices on airfare and hotels, you'll be glad you did. Visit in November for the brilliant Airwaves music festival.

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