There are certain experiences that can only be had in Iceland: visiting Europe’s most powerful waterfall, for instance, or taking in the Northern Lights from a natural, outdoor jacuzzi. It’s known as the “Land of Fire and Ice” for good reason, and yet Iceland is so much more than volcanic deserts and glistening fjords. Experience it for yourself on a trip to Iceland courtesy of Iceland Naturally.
Humans have lived in harmony with nature in Iceland for more than a thousand years. It’s no surprise that Icelanders are known to be some of the happiest, healthiest, and longest-living people on earth. Many credit this sense of wellness to Iceland’s cuisine—like many aspects of Iceland’s culture, it’s influenced by the country’s natural geography, water, and symbiotic relationship with nature.
Immerse yourself in Iceland’s unique atmosphere and culture on a trip to Iceland in February 2018 through Iceland Naturally. In addition to the possibility of seeing the elusive Northern Lights, the winner of the sweepstakes will enjoy:
- Round trip airfare on Icelandair for the winner + one guest
- Accommodations for three nights in an Icelandair hotel
- Reykjavik City Cards
- A basket of gifts from leading Icelandic brands, including Icelandic Glacial Water, Brennivin, Reyka Vodka and Icelandic Provisions
- An expenses-paid visit to the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa
Three runners-up will receive an Icelandic prize pack featuring goods from Reyka Vodka, Brennivin, Icelandair, Icelandic Provisions, Icelandic Glacial, and Blue Lagoon.
For more details, rules, and to enter the sweepstakes, click here.
Best of luck, and bon voyage!
*While February is the best time of year for the Northern Lights, Iceland Naturally can’t guarantee you’ll see them. Additionally, Iceland Naturally also gains access to all visual assets (photos, videos, etc.) taken on this trip. Sweepstakes open to residents of U.S. and Canada only.
This post is promoted in partnership with Iceland Naturally. Click here for your chance to experience the pure, natural wonders of Iceland.