Iceland sees rise in self drive tours due to recent Northern Lights photos
Sources have stated that Northern Lights self drive tours in Iceland have seen an increase due to recent photos published by the UK newspaper, Daily Mail.
A selection of dazzling photos capturing the Northern Lights over the Holuhraun lava field by Stefan Brenner were published by the Daily Mail during the photographer’s trip to the Jokulsarlon glacial lake in the south east of the country.
The Northern Lights occur most frequently in the Polar Regions, centered within a 2500 km radius of the geomagnetic pole. Due to this, Iceland proves to be the perfect destination to experience the natural phenomenon.
The advantages of exploring the Northern Lights as part of self drive tours give travellers the opportunity to see the lights without any restrictions from tour providers, and offer freedom and flexibility.
Car rental provider Blue Car Rental offers a variety of vehicles suitable for self drive tours in Iceland, including Suzuki Jimny, Hyundai Tucson, and Toyota Land Cruiser vehicles.
Additionally, pick-up locations are flexible; customers can choose to get their rental car delivered on arrival, at their hotel, at the Blue Lagoon, or at any other place of convenience. The company offers pick-up and drop off at any time during the whole day, 24/7.
Visit http://www.bluecarrental.is to find out more about renting a car in Iceland.
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