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You Can Fly To Iceland To See The Blue Lagoon And Northern Lights

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You Can Fly To Iceland To See The Blue Lagoon And Northern Lights

Iceland is the trendy new destination for millennials. Even in the heat of summer, many travellers are still looking to explore the mystical northern land. If you're interested in going there, there's a vacation package that lets you see the best that Iceland has to offer.

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The vacation package is offered by Icelandair and it includes non-stop flights, three nights in a three-star hotel in Reykjavik, northern lights boat sight seeing, and a day trip to the famed Blue Lagoon. Departures could be chosen any time between October 1 to December 16, 2017 or January 2 to March 28, 2018. 

The best part? It only costs $1,037 per person, and that's the all-inclusive price. 

The airline advises travellers to book departure times later in the day for the best chance of seeing the northern lights while at the lagoon. A budget version of the package that includes a two-star hotel instead of a three-star hotel is also available for $900 per person.

For more information or to book your trip, make sure to visit Icelandair's website.

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