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

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What is the best November day tour in Iceland?

The best November day tour in Iceland is a three-hour ice caving experience on the Vatnajokull glacier. It has an average rating of 4.5 stars from 956 travelers and costs about 154 USD. The second-best November day tour in Iceland is an 11-hour trip from Reykjavik to the Snaefellsnes peninsula, which is rated an average of 4.8 stars by 408 travelers and costs around 138 USD. This trip includes the best sights of this diverse landscape. See ice-capped Snaefellsjokull volcano, dramatic rock formations, Kirkjufell mountain, and more! The third-best November day tour in Iceland is this small-group Golden Circle trip with a visit to an ice-cream farm. This tour has 321 traveler reviews and an average rating of  4.8 stars. This 8-hour tour costs approximately 83 USD.

What is the cheapest November day tour in Iceland?

The cheapest day tour in November in Iceland visits Vidgelmir lava cave and costs about 54 USD. Get ready to explore one of the grandest caves in Iceland on this one-hour tour. It’s rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 73 travelers. The second-cheapest November day tour in Iceland takes you northern lights hunting from Reykjavik. This tour costs about 77 USD. A knowledgeable local guide will take you to one of the best places to see the northern lights near Reykjavik. You will get professional photographs during this tour, which is rated an average of 4.5 stars by two travelers. The third-cheapest November day tour in Iceland takes you hiking in the Skaftafell nature preserve on Vatnajokull glacier. This tour costs approximately 81 USD. Experience thrilling hiking across epic landscapes on this tour, which is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 349 travelers.

What is the best November vacation package in Iceland?

The best November vacation package in Iceland visits the Golden Circle and South Coast. This 3-day tour has an average rating of 4.8 stars from 805 travelers and includes a visit to the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, glacier hiking, and ice caving. This package costs about 678 USD. The second-best November vacation package in Iceland includes northern lights, waterfalls, black sand beaches, and a glacier lagoon. It's rated an average of 4.8 stars across 129 reviews. This package costs about 408 USD and is the perfect short winter break and includes a transfer from Reykjavik. The third-best November vacation package in Iceland includes ice caving and the best sights of the Golden Circle and south coast. It is rated an average of 4.7 stars by 334 travelers. This five-day northern lights winter vacation package costs around 1,023 USD. Go ice caving, and see the best Golden Circle and south coast sights.

What is the cheapest November vacation package in Iceland?

The cheapest vacation package in November in Iceland is a self-drive tour of the Golden Circle, the south coast, and the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, which costs about 314 USD. This tour, rated an average of 4.8 stars by 69 travelers, is a northern lights package that's perfect if you like to travel at your own pace but a trip organized by the experts. The second-cheapest vacation package in November in Iceland is a 2-day tour to the South Coast, which costs approximately 432 USD. See waterfalls, black sand beaches, a glacier lagoon, and a colorful ice cave on this highly-rated tour, which has been given an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 136 travelers. The third-cheapest November vacation package in Iceland includes visits to waterfalls, black sand beaches, and an ice cave in Vatnajokull National Park. This six-day tour costs around 803 USD and is rated an average of 4.8 stars by 129 travelers. 

Is November a good time to travel to Iceland?

Yes, November is a great time to travel to Iceland. A full array of winter activities are on offer, and it’s one of the best months to see the northern lights. Try ice caving, bathing in thermal springs, surfing, horse riding, glacier hiking, whale watching, and dog sledding in Iceland in November. In November, the average temperature range in Reykjavik is 33-46 F (1-8 C). Daylight hours will decrease throughout the month to five hours by the end of the month. Be prepared with suitable clothing to make the most of seeing this spectacular country during a quiet time of the year.