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Adventure Tours to Iceland Northern Lights

Alluring and snowy Iceland is home to one of the most exciting natural phenomena on Earth, the Aurora Borealis. Aglint Northern Lights slowly floating in the night sky is something every traveler should see at least once! Here we gathered a collection of our best high-standard Iceland Northern Lights tours specially designed for the ultimate experience. Every package features fascinating sightseeings around amusing region's highlights, best central accommodations, fast connections, and transfers with trusted drivers. And, of course, Northern Lights hunting! Get the best of your Iceland adventure tour by choosing one of our packages now. Oh, and did we mention that we have an experienced Iceland travel specialist ready to customize your itinerary for you?
Alluring and snowy Iceland is home to one of the most exciting natural phenomena on Earth, the Aurora Borealis. Aglint Northern Lights slowly floating in the night sky is something every traveler should see at least once! Here we gathered a collection of our best high-standard Iceland Northern Lights tours specially designed for the ultimate experience.

Adventure Tours to Iceland Northern Lights

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Iceland Northern Lights Vacation Packages

A visit to Iceland is not complete without hunting natural phenomena, Northern Lights. Our adventure tours to Iceland Northern Lights are planned by Firebird destination experts and include must-visit natural sites where you will have a chance to see Aurora Borealis. Also, our tours offer professional guides, centrally located accommodations, transfers, and a support line during your Iceland vacation. Browse our tours, and if you cannot find the most appealing one, contact us, we will be pleased to help you customize your Iceland itinerary!

The Places to See Northern Lights

  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Reynisfjara black sand beach
  • Reykjavik Northern Lights Cruise
  • Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
  • Skaftafell National Park
  • Skógafoss waterfall
  • Kirkjufell mountain
 

Tips for Seeing Northern Lights

  • Scandinavian climate is unpredictable and the weather can be quite harsh. Bringing a water-resistant jacket, umbrella, and some warm clothes is a must
  • Most of the tours you’re going to have are walking, so make sure to bring convenient walking shoes
  • Waiting for Northern Lights on a cold winter night is not always pleasant; make sure to pack warm clothes and shoes
  • The best time to see Northern Lights is from late September to March. In case you prefer less brutal weather, travel during late September, October, and March

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