The number of foreign tourists making the trek to Iceland has nearly quadrupled since 2010, according to the Icelandic Tourist Board's June 2017 report.
And, the board noted that the majority of those visitors "mentioned nature-related aspects, specific locations or nature-related activities when asked what three things had been most memorable about their trip to Iceland."
But if you haven't made it to Iceland yet and you're still dreaming of seeing the Northern Lights, there's one more attraction to add to your list.
A bubble hotel nestled in the woods about an hour outside of Reykjavik offers quite the view of the Northern Lights. The exact location of the hotel, which consists of nine see-through pods, isn't disclosed until your bubble is booked, in order to protect the privacy of other guests.
Each of the pods was designed to give guests a 360-degree view of nature. On top of that, the pods make it easy for visitors to stargaze from the comfort of their cozy beds, which is likely the reason it's been dubbed the "5 million star hotel."
Although the bubbles contain a temperature controlled heating system, none have running water. Instead, there is a communal room with toilets, showers, a kitchen and a dining area within walking distance of each pod.
Sigridur Sigurfinnsdottir, who owns the land where the pods are located, said people flock there because it's so peaceful.
"I think there are very many people talking about how nice it is to come, they are coming from big cities and there is so much peace," she said.
A local developer is planning to expand on this idea so visitors can stay in these bubbles no matter where they decide to go in Iceland.
But glamping in one of these cozy pods will definitely cost you -- a one night stay is about $250. And if you're hoping to get a grand tour of the Golden Circle, that's about $600.
The price tag, however, doesn't seem to be scaring people away because the pods are already booked through the end of 2017.
Don't worry though, it's not too late to see the Northern Lights from a glamorous pod. The hotel's website says the Northern Lights are usually visible from September to around mid-April.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.