Seven Days of Fun Under the Midnight Sun in Iceland

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While known for its awe-inspiring Northern Lights in winter, summer in Iceland means 24/7 daylight, providing extra hours to pack in the adventure and make up for missed time. Hike stunning green landscapes and chase waterfalls under the Midnight Sun, visit popular South Coast sights outside of the crowds, golf or fly fish late, spend the day on a black sand beach, or tolt through the countryside on an Icelandic horse.

Photographer Tim Vollmer and Marketa Kalvachova walks on glacier Solheimajokull with glacier guide Tomas from Arcanum

Hotel Ranga invites guests to maximize their adventure with a new ‘Seven Days of Fun Under the Midnight Sun’ package this summer. The offer includes accommodations for two plus a seventh night for free, and an activity which includes either the “fire” version- a trip in a Super Jeep to the volcanically heated Landmannalaugaur hot springs in the highlands – or the “ice” version – a Super Jeep tour of the South Coast and the Katla ice cave. Alternatively, those seeking the ultimate week in Iceland’s adventure capital, can opt for a full week of five activities which include both the fire and ice tours, horseback riding or a round of golf, riding a buggy along a black sand beach and snowmobiling on top of the famous Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Additionally, guests who book the package will receive a signature Midnight Sun Martini, perfect for sipping post adventure at Ranga Restaurant & Bar or in one of the hotel’s geothermal outdoor hot tubs. The “Seven Days of Fun Under the Midnight Sun” is available to book now for travel between June 1 and September 30, 2021.

Visit www.hotelranga.is

 

Original Article Posted on Drift Travel