February Tours

February Tours

Discover the most popular February tours and packages in Iceland. Find the best activities and experiences in Iceland during the month of February.

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What is the best February day tour in Iceland?

One of the best February day tours in Iceland is an 11-hour small group tour of Snaefellsnes National Park where you will marvel over diverse landscapes, incredible features, and abundant wildlife. The tour includes a transfer from Reykjavik and costs around 138 USD with a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 427 travelers.

Another top February day tour in Iceland is a three-hour glacier hiking tour on Vatnajokull glacier, which includes all equipment and the company of an expertly trained, entertaining guide. This small-group trip costs about 81 USD and has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 371 reviews.

We would also recommend this popular February day tour in Iceland, a three-hour ice cave tour in the Vatnajokull glacier. These crystal blue caves are rare and extraordinary features renowned for their vivid colors and spectacular lighting effects. This other-worldly tour costs approximately 153 USD.

What is the cheapest February day tour in Iceland?

One of the cheapest February day tours in Iceland is a family-friendly one-hour lava cave tour of Vidgelmir cave, a beautiful place with incredible sculptures of ice and enormous caverns. It costs only 54 USD and has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 81 reviews.

Another affordable February day tour in Iceland is a two-hour northern lights boat tour from Reykjavik, which will hopefully provide a magnificent display of the aurora borealis from the water. The unique tour is well worth the price of just about 96 USD.

A third cheap February day tour in Iceland is a three-hour glacier hiking tour on the Solheimajokull glacier, providing those visiting the South Coast with magnificent views and a thrilling adventure for only 84 USD. This tour has an excellent rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars from 163 reviews.

What is the best February tour package in Iceland?

One of the best February tour packages in Iceland is a three-day northern lights tour that allows you to explore the Golden Circle and South Coast and embark on adventures such as glacier hiking and ice caving for only 674 USD with a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 845 reviews.

Another best February tour package in Iceland is a two-day ice cave tour on the South Coast, with visits to waterfalls, black sand beaches, and a great opportunity to see the aurora borealis. This multiday tour has a rating of 4.8 and costs less than 500 USD, making it very affordable.

A third top-rated February tour package in Iceland is a five-day northern lights winter vacation package that includes the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle, and the South Coast with ice caving. The package costs approximately 1,059 USD and has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 385 travelers.

What is the cheapest February tour package in Iceland?

One of the cheapest February tour packages in Iceland is a five-day northern lights winter self-drive tour that allows guests to drive themselves around regions such as the Golden Circle and South Coast with plenty of optional adventures. This expansive road trip costs only around 633 USD and has a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 84 travelers.

Another affordable February tour package in Iceland is a six-day northern lights winter self-drive tour that spends three days exploring the South Coast, providing more time at sites such as the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. The tour has a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars and starts from approximately 769 USD with a lot of options to customize.

A third cheap February tour package in Iceland immerses you in the beautiful west of Iceland, including the breathtaking Snaefellsnes Peninsula. This trip includes lava caving and starts at around 436 USD.

Is February a good time to visit Iceland?

February is a great time to engage in Iceland’s many winter activities. The northern lights can still be reliably seen, the ice caves are still open, and tours such as this two-hour dog-sledding adventure in the Lake Myvatn area will take place in magnificent, snowy landscapes.

In addition, February is usually one of the least crowded months for tourism in Iceland, meaning many of the country’s top attractions will be more easily accessible to travelers. Just make sure you bring warm clothes (or buy them locally) and you'll be on your way to enjoy snowy white Iceland in February.

How much daylight does Iceland get in February?

In Reykjavik, travelers can expect just over seven daylight hours on February 1, between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. By the end of the month, this will have increased to around 10 hours, with sunrise around 08:30 am and sunset around 6:30 pm.

Can you see the northern lights in February in Iceland?

Yes, February is one of the prime months for travelers to visit Iceland and view the northern lights. There are plenty of hours of darkness that make aurora borealis displays visible in February, but still enough daylight to let travelers visit other attractions throughout the day.

Can you drive around Iceland in February?

Yes, you can drive around Iceland in February. Though Iceland experiences a lot of snowfall in February, the roads are cleared frequently. It is thus possible to road trip with a self-drive tour along the Ring Road and around the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, such as on this 15-day winter trip around the entire country. However, unpredictable weather conditions and icy roads mean drivers should still check the road conditions, exercise extra caution when on the road, and carry supplies in the car.

Can I go whale watching in February in Iceland?

You can go whale watching in February in Iceland, where you can reliably see minke whales, white-beaked dolphins, harbor porpoises, and sometimes other species, including humpbacks. Even a puffin or two might fly around your boat to say hi. You can head to Reykjavik harbor to set out on a three-hour whale-watching excursion or can take a different three-hour tour with pick up from the northern town of Akureyri.