In These 6 Places, The Sun Doesn’t Set For More Than 2 Months, JAKARTA – With the rotation of time on earth for 24 hours, usually for 12 hours of light Sun will appear during the day, and the remaining hours are the night time when the sun has set.

But did you know that there are places in the world where the sun does not set for more than 70 days?

Imagine how exciting (or confusing) it can be for tourists to keep track of the weather, when even locals are confused without a sunset for 70 days straight! Yes, you read that right.

If you want to know more, here are 6 places on Earth where the sun never sets.

1. Norway

Norway, located on the Arctic Circle, is called the land of the midnight sun, where from May to the end of July the sun never sets. In other words, for about 76 days, the sun never sets. In Svalbard, Norway, the sun shines continuously from April 10 to August 23; it is also the northernmost inhabited region in Europe. You can plan your visit to this place during this time and experience the days, when there is no night.

2.Nunavut, Canada

Nunavut is located approximately two degrees above the Arctic Circle in Canada’s Northwest Territories. This place sees about two months of 24X7 sunlight, while in winter it sees about 30 consecutive days of complete darkness.

3. Iceland

Iceland is the largest island in Europe after Great Britain and is also known as a mosquito-free country. In summer, the nights are clear in Iceland, while in June the sun never sets. To see the midnight sun in its majesty, visit the town of Akureyri and the island of Grimsey in the Arctic Circle.

4. Barrow, Alaska

From the end of May to the end of July, the sun does not actually set here, which is then compensated from the beginning of November for the following 30 days, during which the sun does not rise, and is known as the polar night . It also means that the country remains in darkness during the harsh winter months. Famous for its snow-capped mountains and magnificent glaciers, this place can be visited in both summer and winter.

5. Finland

A land of a thousand lakes and islands, most of Finland can only see the sun directly for 73 days during the summer. During this time, the sun continues to shine for about 73 days, while in winter, this region sees no sunlight. This is also one of the reasons why people here sleep less in the summer, and more in the winter. During your stay, you can admire the Northern Lights, go skiing and experience a stay in a glass igloo.

6. Sweden

From early May to late August, Sweden sees the sun set around midnight and rise around 4 a.m. in the country. Here, periods of constant sunshine can last up to six months of the year. So, while here, one can spend long days doing adventurous activities, going golfing, fishing, exploring the hiking trails and much more.

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