Photographers had to capture the midnight sun in Iceland; Freefights & Boarding!, Iceland


Iceland, a dream destination for many, gives people with the third eye (photographers) the opportunity to make their dream come true! The stunning Nordic nation is known for stunning Northern Lights in winter.

In summer, the country becomes equally magical with the phenomenon of
midnight sun which means that Iceland shines in sunlight almost 24/7!

Well, here’s the catch. Hotel Rangá, a luxury lodge on the island’s south coast, invites aspiring photographers to spend 10 sunny days in Iceland. One lucky photographer (winner) of
Midnight Sun Catcher Contest the golden chance to capture the beauty of the country, which is full of waterfalls, glacial volcanoes, fantastic black-sand beaches and hot springs.

However, there are a few things to keep in mind if you want to take part in the competition.

1) Winner must be fully committed to a 10 day trip in Iceland.

2) He/she must provide a series of exceptional quality images and videos of Iceland
midnight sun at the end of their stay.

3) In exchange for content, the hotel offers free flights to and from Iceland and free accommodation and meals at the hotel.

4) The winner will also get the opportunity to visit the Highland Center Hrauneyjar, the hotel’s sister hotel.

5) Application deadline is May 15, 2022.

Apparently the hotel had launched a similar campaign in October last year, but it was for them
northern lights catcher. The competition was such a success that the hotel had to choose two winners instead of one. Winners received a fully-paid trip to Iceland to view the Northern Lights.

  1. How long does the midnight sun last in Iceland?
    The midnight sun lasts 24 hours in summer.
  2. Which country is also known as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?
    Norway as it experiences the natural phenomenon of the midnight sun.
  3. Why is Iceland called the “Land of Fire and Ice”?
    Iceland is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice” due to the significant proportion of glaciers and volcanoes that dot the country.

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