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  • Iceland All inclusive holidays

    Iceland lives up to its frosty name, with more than a tenth of its surface covered by glaciers and ice caps, and year-round temperatures in Reykjavik only reach about 13C, with lows around freezing point or just below in the winter. But it also meets its billing as a holiday hotspot thanks to its geothermal and volcanic activity, and many all-inclusive Iceland holidays offer the perfect chance to experience this up close too, with tours of hot springs, geysers and volcanic cauldrons. Where else can you see an ice floe and a lava flow all in the same day trip?

    Beneath a blanket of stars

    Reykjavik's Old Harbour is a magical place after dark, so take a stroll away from the city and look back across the water at the lights. If you're lucky, look above and you may see the coloured wisps of the Aurora Borealis, commonly known as the Northern Lights, too - often faint, but sometimes bright and brilliant against the speckled black backdrop of the starry sky. They're one more reason why so many people find cheap holidays in Iceland so appealing, and return to visit time and time again.

    An eco-friendly island

    This landscape of hot and cold - and particularly the hot part of it - actually allows Iceland to be a very eco-friendly destination. Its geothermal activity provides heat that can be used in energy generation, meaning Iceland not only has all the power it needs, but that power is from a renewable source. This makes cheap holidays to Iceland a very environmentally friendly option, if you're looking for a getaway that will last long in your mind, without doing any lasting damage to the environment.

    Going all-inclusive to Iceland

    One more great reason to take an all-inclusive Iceland holiday is the fact that the interior of the island is almost entirely unpopulated, with the inhabitants found just in the cities dotted all the way around the coast, and particularly the west, east and north coasts. This means that during your stay, you are very likely to remain close to your hotel throughout the days and nights alike, so it makes good sense to choose from all-inclusive Iceland holiday packages and be able to order food and drinks whenever you feel hungry or thirsty, rather than at set times of day.

    Why should I choose an all-inclusive holiday to Iceland?

    The big advantage of choosing an all-inclusive holiday to Iceland is the way in which you can make the most of your time in this unique destination. With so much to experience, from Northern Light spotting to relaxing in hot springs, you won’t want to waste a moment worrying about costs. With an all-inclusive holiday to Iceland you leave all your budgeting behind. As your accommodation, meals and drinks are already covered, you can get on with your adventure without having to worry about extras adding up. Let yourself discover all this fascinating land of ice has to offer.

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