THE MOST EXCLUSIVE TOURS OF EGYPT EVER OFFERED
Sunlight blankets Iceland nearly 24 hours a day from mid-May to mid-August, ushering in the “midnight sun” season of perpetual light. The sun sets briefly to shower the midnight hours with a twinkling dusk. In sharp contrast, in the middle of winter Iceland sees a scant four to five hours of light per day. This makes for an intriguing travel experience in which tours leave at midnight during the summer while winter ushers in twilight tourism. Regardless of the season, Iceland is an ideal destination for a change of pace or a long-overdue reunion with friends. When business brings you to Iceland, bring your buddies with you.