Jessica Plautz
February 21, 2017

Depending on the time of year, nighttime in Iceland can last about 20 hours.

Those who live closer to the equator may find that hard to stomach, but even at night the popular Nordic destination has something unique—and mesmerizing—to offer. Especially when the moon is out.

Related: Iceland Travel Guide

O Z Z O Photography captured some of the country's stunning landscapes under a full moon, showing kayaking and surfing in moonlight, as well as some of the coastal road and amazing waterfalls. You'll have to watch it to believe how beautiful it is.

If you were as impressed as we were by the moonlit Iceland video, check out the photographer's other Iceland videos. And if you're inspired to take a last-minute winter trip to Iceland, watch for airfare sales.

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