Iceland Northern Lights Tours

Take advantage of this unique chance to take a tour of Iceland's most interesting sights, whilst having the added bonus of the possibility that you may witness the magnificent Northern Lights while you're there. Iceland is home to some remarkable scenery, from rugged volcanic peaks to deep, jagged gorges, the views truly are a sight to behold. Enjoy a guided tour of Reykjavic, the world's northernmost capital city or travel through lava fields to see geysers and waterfalls. If you're feeling adventurous then perhaps try out a glacier walk, or relax in the waters of the Blue Lagoon with its geothermal heated, mineral-rich water that some say has special healing powers. There really is something to suit everyone with a visit to Iceland on a Northern Lights Tour. Who knows, the Northern Lights might just make an appearance during your trip!

Northern Lights in Iceland
Holidays to See the Incredible Northern Lights
From the months of October to the end of March the mesmerising Aurora Borealis make sporadic appearances over the clear dark skies of Scandinavia, as well as Iceland and even Canada. A holiday to seek out this fantastic natural wonder is sure to leave you feeling inspired.
Northern Lights in Iceland

Northern Lights Cruises
Aurora Borealis cruises
What better way to spend your winter holidays than to go in search of the natural phenomena that are the Aurora Borealis? Mostly visible in Scandinavian countries due to the northern locality and dark skies, the awe-inspiring light display is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Northern Lights Cruises

The mysterious Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis which literally translates as ‘dawn of the north', can be somewhat elusive. Although our holidays to Iceland for a Northern Lights Tour do not guarantee a sighting, we aim to travel at optimum times of the year in order to give you the best chance of seeing them. This is generally between October and March and by being in Iceland, you'll be in a prime location as the lights are normally only seen from within the Arctic Circle. If you are lucky enough to see the Aurora Borealis, prepare to be astounded by their beautiful colours of varying intensities, creating shapes that illuminate the cold, dark sky. Sweeping curtains change their colours from glowing greens and blues to yellows and reds, filling the darkness with a spectacular light show that may last for hours. Given the right conditions on a clear, cloudless night, you too could bear witness to these breathtaking phenomena in Iceland on our Northern Lights Tour, leaving you with unforgettable images that will last you a lifetime.

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