The freezing Northern temperatures, the snow laden landscape and the bright lights up in the night sky. All these scenes create an enchanting atmosphere in Iceland. If you want to visit Iceland, then according to a survey, you can do so in the month of February where you will be able to get hands on some excellent packages and Iceland private tours. You can go dip yourself in some rejuvenating spa or even enjoy the northern lights festival.
In February, Iceland starts shedding off its winter. The days slowly stretch, and become more than 6 minutes of sunlight. And the snow melts. This is a great time of the year to visit. Here are a few things you can do during your stay.
The Blue Lagoon has a retreat and Spa. You and your partner can book a weekend here. Some massage and drinks in the warm healing water will help you relax and unwind.
In February there is the cocktail festival. Reykjavík Cocktail Weekend is a festival always in the first weekend of February so all the cocktail lovers can gear up for something amazing.
Most of the year, the country is shrouded in darkness. In the short period of light, the people celebrate the light. The light Festival is a symbol of that. It is from 7th of February to 10th of February. This is the festival that celebrates creativity through light.
In Iceland, there is the largest man-made ice tunnel in the world. The ice tunnel is located high on Iceland‘s second largest glacier, Langjökull. Here you will have an amazing opportunity to explore the glacier and see it from the inside. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Katla Ice Cave is not for the faint of heart and claustrophobic people. This 800 year old cave adorns blue ice. And is a wonder to visit. Along with all these beautiful things, there is the northern lights which are one of the best attractions of Iceland. You can’t miss them.