We know, you’re probably thinking, ‘Why would I want to go to Iceland in the winter?’
Well, actually, there are a lot of reasons you should be interested in a $275 roundtrip flight to Reykjavik this winter. And we’re not even including the price point.
- Air Canada to begin offering non-stop flights from Toronto to Mumbai
- Fly from Niagara Falls to Orlando for under $100 roundtrip this December
- 7 of the best cities in the world for FREE Wi-Fi
Iceland has some of the best available views of the Northern Lights in the entire world. Visiting in winter also means you’ll miss the majority of tourists. And, while you can visit the island’s glaciers all year round, winter is the only time they freeze, which means you can go inside them.
An experience that will look something like this:
Pretty cool, right? (No pun intended.)
So while many of you may be thinking of heading south this winter, we suggest you check out WOW Air’s latest offerings to experience a truly unique winter getaway.
Currently, flying from Toronto to Iceland this winter will set you back less than $300. We randomly selected a week in mid-January to visit and it was just $270 CAD roundtrip with taxes. (Just be very aware of WOW’s tendency to charge for every single extra thing.)
See you under the Northern lights.