Being a company of keen travellers, we enjoy catching up with our costumers after they have been one of our holidays, to get the inside information on what they recommend to see and do when choosing to go to a certain destination. We recently caught up with Harry who discovered Iceland for less through our package deal that enabled him to go on three different tours and twice try to spot the Northern Lights.
The northern most parts of Europe is an absolutely stunning landscape, but it can also be a hostile and unforgiven environment. The most important thing, if you’re going on holiday in sub-zero conditions, is to be well prepared for the elements. As the saying goes, there is no bad weather, only bad clothing, so here follows some advice on what to wear to stay warm and safe in the Arctic.
A true natural wonder dancing across the night sky, the Northern Lights have enchanted visitors and locals alike for millenia. But what exactly are they? And where is it best to see them? And when? Don't worry, in this blog we'll attempt to explain all these great questions for you, so you can truly enjoy the Aurora Borealis on your trip to the Arctic Circle.