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Iceland is one of the most magical countries on earth. In summer the sun sets while in winter you can experience an incredible natural phenomenon – the Northern Lights. You’re not guaranteed to catch the lights every single night, but if you can be there for several nights in a row you will increase your chances.

While Iceland is certainly not a cheap destination right there are incredibly cheap ways to get there. Wizz Air, who are very established in Eastern Europe have been building up their new London base at Luton Airport (LTN) with some exciting destinations beyond Eastern Europe, including Reykjavik (KEF) Airport in Iceland.

These are the cheapest flights we’ve ever seen between the UK and Iceland.

Now Wizz Air is a true ultra low-cost carrier, meaning you will have to pay extra to take a full size hand luggage on board, as well as normal low-cost carrier charges like checked luggage, food and drinks and seat selection.

The best way to find fares and dates that work for you is by using the Wizz website. It has an easy-to-use calendar function to help you find the deal. It’s available with departure dates in November and December, so the best option is to look through until you find a date and a price that works best for you.

There are many other dates available for slightly higher prices with almost everyday in November, December and January available for under £100 return with some options on EasyJet.

Airline: Wizz Air
Routes: LTN to KEF
Cost: £34+ return
Travel Dates: November – January

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

London Luton (LTN) to Reykjavik (KEF) for £34 return:

London Luton (LTN) to Reykjavik (KEF) for £43 return:

London Luton (LTN) to Reykjavik (KEF) for £48 return:

H/T: Holiday Pirates 

Featured photo by Friðþjófur M. / Getty Images

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