Join this small group Northern Lights hunt with a professional guide and experience the majesty of the Aurora Borealis in Iceland. This tour focuses on finding the perfect location to witness the magic of the Northern Lights in the dark Arctic sky, as well as keeping groups close and intimate throughout the experience.
To go into the dark, frozen winter night and observe an unbelievable display of colour, light and texture is like waking up in a fairytale, full of mystery and magic. The tour will begin with you being either picked or meeting your guides at the Aurora Reykjavík Museum.
First things first, you will be taken through the museum where you will gain an introduction to the physics behind the Northern Lights and how it is best to photograph them.
After the tour of the museum, you will be driven out to the countryside or up to the mountains, away from electric glow and city sounds. Once there, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful night sky and the silence of rural Iceland, of course depending on the weather. This is the very best circumstances in which you can witness the Northern Lights for yourself.
The Northern Lights, or the Aurora Borealis, are a natural phenomenon visible in the Northern Hemisphere; it is a unique display of light caused by a particle collision in the magnetic field of the polar cap, creating an enormous spectrum of green, red and yellow colour. Though the Northern Lights are notoriously elusive, partaking in a guided tour such as this is the best possible means of experiencing them whilst in Iceland.
So what's the delay? Make sure to secure your place on this fantastic Northern Lights tour and experience the cosmos in Iceland like never before. Check availability by choosing a date.
Changes to itinerary or cancellation are notified only via email, so be careful to use a functional email and follow it on departure day.
The lights are a natural phenomenon and beyond control. They are visible in Iceland from late August through April but visibility is subject to light activity and cloud coverage.
In case of no sighting of the Northern Lights, you will be offered a complimentary second departure on a Northern Lights Bus Tour.
Due to weather or road conditions, your itinerary may be altered.