There are many reasons why visiting Iceland should be on everyone’s bucket list, but it’s especially great to visit this European country now when the pandemic is limiting our everyday experiences. Traveling is different than it used to be, but the nature of Iceland makes it the perfect pandemic destination. Here’s why.
Whether you’re into mountains, volcanos, waterfalls—or anything else nature can produce—you will likely find it in Iceland. It’s so easy to stay away from people and crowds in a country so sparsely populated. Wherever you look, you will see untouched nature that will relax and calm you.
There are hotels and resorts in the middle of nowhere that offer you a unique, luxurious vacation away from all the world’s problems. We don’t have to tell you how important such a vacation can be right now, so if you have a chance absolutely use it and slow down for a week or two in beautiful rural Iceland.
The Northern Lights can be seen regardless of the pandemic, and this natural phenomenon is a great reminder there are bigger things in life than the temporary crises in our society. The best time to enjoy the view is from late September to late March.