7. Yukon, Canada
Untouched wilderness, millions of migratory birds and wildflowers in bloom thus makes Yukon in the summer, the perfect way to get your dose of adventure and Vitamin D. In the land of the midnight sun, the skies are glorious and summer light just won’t quit.
Best time to visit this place: Early May- Late June
8. Nunavut, Canada
A town of just over 3,000 people in the Northwest Territories of Canada, Nunavut is situated two degrees above the Arctic Circle.During winter it experiences about 30 consecutive days of total darkness(the Noon-Moon) and has two months of 24/7 sunlight in summers. The place is full of mysteries, legends about disappeared tribes, vampires, man-eaters or aliens. Good thing the place has the protection of sun for a few months. If you ever make a visit don’t forget to ask the locals about the Anjikuni mystery.
Best time to visit this place: Early April- Early June
9. Svalbard, Norway
Svalbard is as close as most humans can get to the North Pole and still capture its spirit. Not only is it the land of more polar bears than people, the sun too never sleeps here. So adventures have several activities like glacier hikes or expeditions by snowmobile or led by a team of huskies to make the most of this bizarre phenomenon.
Best time to visit this place: April 20 – August 22