Raw Beauty of Iceland during off-peak Season - and what it was like for a 5 year old! - SELIMS RAASTA
This is a guest post by Sanadina and Christian, who were featured in our Off the Radar Travel Interviews on their travels to Cape Verde, Africa. They have travelled all over the world, Sanadina to more than 40 countries and have continued to travel extensively with their daughter Samsara since she was six weeks old. She is now an experienced nearly five-year-old world traveller and a very lucky girl indeed 🙂 Few months ago they wrote about their unbelievably amazing journey to see the Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis. Today they talk to us about their travels in Iceland during the off-peak season in early April and why it was such a great time to travel here! What made you choose Iceland as your travel destination in April? April is a great time to visit Iceland to be able to explore it more privately before the tourist season kicks in. Hardly any tours run at this off-peak time, which means prices are 25% lower than in summer. Iceland is not an inexpensive destination, so such a notable saving is welcome! And if you are lucky you can also see the Northern Lights until mid-April. There were two displays while we ...
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