After a busy and adventurous day in Iceland and after having enjoyed a great meal there are numerous unusual night activities possible for your group, whether you visit Iceland in summer or in winter.

Midnight sun during the summer – how can you sleep?
Iceland is located close to the Arctic Circle which is the reason for the up to 24-hour daylight in summer. With the extreme long days and where the sun only reaches the horizon before rising up again, there are multiple possibilities for fun activities during night. Snowmobiling on top of a glacier, Icelandic horseback riding over black sanded beaches or even play midnight sun golf. 

Iceland is not only known for waterfalls, geothermal areas and glaciers. The country is also known for their golf courses and has 65 golf courses throughout the country. Imagine playing on a unique golf courses in a lava field by the ocean, at midnight, in the sun, in one of the best golf courses in Nordic Countries according to Golf Digest.

The amazing Northern Lights and the electric schooner Opal

The Northern Lights is one of main reasons many people visit Iceland from September-April. A great way to see the Northern Lights is to sail out of Reykjavik harbor, with the quiet electric schooner Opal, away from the city lights and enjoy the magnificent natural phenomenon of Northern Lights.

Opal is powered by 100% by green renewable energy and is completely silent, so sailing is smooth and nothing to distracts you from hearing the waves in the ocean. This means you can focus on finding the Northern Lights and breath in the fresh ocean air. A great way to enjoy the Northern Lights is having a sip of spiced up hot chocolate while looking at the show. Opal even has a wood-fired hot tub for the adventurous who are also looking for a great party!

If you would like to hear more about adventures of the night in Iceland, come and visit us at the Euromic stand #D3042 at IMEX America in Las Vegas.