If you ask if you know of those places where the sun never sets. You might also be surprised to hear this. But it is true that there are many countries in the world where the sun does not set. So let’s take you today on a tour of those countries.
Norway: Norway is called the ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’. The sun never sets here for about 76 days from the end of May to July. There is bright sunshine for about 20 hours a day. The northernmost inhabited region of Europe, the sun shines continuously from April 10 to August 23.
Iceland: Iceland is a beautiful country, which is the largest island in Europe after Great Britain. Iceland receives sunlight from May 10 to July. All activities like hiking, wildlife watching, whale watching, caving and cycling can be seen here.
Canada: The name of Canada, the world’s second largest country, is also included in this list. In places like Inuvik and the north-west, the sun shines for about 50 days in summer. Here you can visit places like hot springs and suspension bridge.
Finland: The sun does not set for 73 days during the summer in most parts of the island country of Finland. The special thing is that here you can enjoy living in a glass igloo.