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Short break specialist Super Break have announced their ‘Exclusive North Iceland Arctic Experiences’, operating from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) in December 2018.

The three-night break which is exclusive to Super Break, departs to Iceland on Friday 14th December 2018 with passengers exploring the culture and scenery of the Arctic north, choosing to stay in one of five hotels in and around Akureyri. Breaks include return flights, a choice of hotels, airport transfers, two amazing excursions (worth £200 per person) and services of a Super Break representative in resort.

The Super Break ‘Incredible Iceland’ package includes:

  • Return Flights
  • Airport Transfers
  • 20kgs Hold Luggage and 5kgs Hand Luggage
  • 3 nights accommodation in 3* or 4* hotel in Akureyri
  • Two included excursions – Search for the Northern Lights and Lake Myvatn Adventure – Land of Fire and Ice (Worth £200pp)
  • Services of a Super Break representative in North Iceland

Welcome to the Arctic North Iceland...

Northern Lights


Northern lights are often enjoyed in North Iceland. From end of August to April the blackness of the sky may be suddenly riven by dancing, flickering veils of light, in green, white or red. The area offers locations where conditions for observation are excellent. Favourable weather conditions create unusually high chances for catching the lights.

Lake Myvatn 

One of Iceland’s most visited places is the Lake Mývatn region with hot springs, craters, geothermal nature baths and amazing lava formations, as well as Mývatn Nature Baths, the unique geothermal lagoon.

Godafoss Waterfall

Known as the Waterfall of the Gods, Godafoss Waterfall is located a short journey away from Akureyri. As one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the whole of Iceland, it measures in at a colossal 12 meters high and 30 meters wide. It also acts as a perfect background when capturing a picture of the Northern Lights dancing in the nights sky.

Dog-sledding

Dog-sledding is one of the oldest modes of transport in Iceland and in recent years has become a must-do when visiting the country. Siberian and Greenlandic Huskies will take you on a journey as you take in the incredible Icelandic landscape.

Whale Watching

Akureyri is a haven for whales due to the abundance of food in the fjord, the deep water and the relatively warm temperature. Success when searching for whales is around 99% and the most common cetacean species is the magnificent humpback whale. An absolute must do when in North Iceland.

Book your Super Break holiday from LJLA today, visit superbreak.com!