Live in a bubble, for real!
Even as social distancing is becoming a norm, the tourism industry is looking at new ways to boost their business.
A secluded retreat in South Iceland caters to guests who want to be surrounded by nature—and you will be literally immersed in it, staying in your own private bubble nestled in the forest.
You can sleep under the vast sea of twinkling stars and be entirely enclosed in the glass bubble—and if you are lucky, you’ll get a once-in-a-lifetime view of the aurora borealis over your head.
The Buubble project based in Reykjavík sums it up as: Some childhood dreams stay with us for our whole lives.
Next time when your family plans a vacay, don’t forget this option, and yes, you can maintain your social distancing easily with these bubbles!
In order to see the Northern Lights, you need a dark, clear night. They are visible from late August to early April anytime during dark hours, which in places like Abisko or Tromso can be nearly 24 hours a day in winter.