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5 Reasons why we love September Aurorae People often ask "When's the best time to see the aurora?" Any time from September through mid April is good, but our favourite time to PHOTOGRAPH the aurora is September. And here is why: The Indian Summer Colors...read more
Best time Best places Best tours There is perhaps nothing more magical than witnessing the beauty of a northern lights display, and it has been a lifelong dream of many. However, those unpredictable, ever dancing lights don’t always show up on cue. Here is all you...read more
Explore Reykjavik on a hop-on, hop-off bus tour and create your own sightseeing itinerary Hop on and off at attractions of your choice and explore the city at your own pace While onboard audio commentary in 8 languages ensures that you do not miss a thing Witness the...read more
Heading to the arctic wilderness with an aurora super jeep adventure, or joining one of Iceland’s best aurora photographers on a photo tour? Or maybe taking it a bit slower, and enjoying the dazzling lights while bathing in one of Iceland’s hot lagoons? Find your perfect tour with our ultimate northern lights tour guide – Iceland is waiting for you!read more
“Can you see the northern lights from Reykjavik?” is a question of many hopeful aurora hunters. The short answer: You can. And here’s where to go!read more
All in one! – Three must-do tours all perfectly packaged in one!
This easy travel package is for those wanting to explore the best of Iceland while staying in Reykjavík.
Within two days, join us on the must-do Golden Circle which is comprised of the amazing Gullfoss Waterfall; Iceland´s only erupting hot spring, Geysir; as well the site of the world´s oldest existing parliament, Þingvellir National Park.
When night falls we set off in search of the magical and mysterious Northern Lights. The next day, we’ll head towards Iceland’s majestic south shore and explore Waterfalls, the famous black sand beach and the picturesque town of Vík.
1. Iceland's pristine landscape and diversity of places With its massive glaciers, volcanic landscapes, geothermal hot springs, and majestic waterfalls, Iceland is more than just an aurora hotspot – it's pure magic. Here the aurora can be spotted from...read more
Have you ever been dancing under the northern lights at the edge of basalt cliffs next to the arctic ocean? Nothing but you and Lady Aurora, enlightened by the lighthouse whose light guides the Nordic fisherman back to the safe harbour... Can´t catch the Northern...read more
On Wednesday, Sep 6th 2017, our sun unleashed two massive solar flares, the second of which was the most powerful we’ve seen in more than a decade. The burst of radiation was so intense, it caused high-frequency radio blackouts across the daytime side of Earth that...read more
KP2 and no promising cloud forecast - but when we stepped out of the Northern Lights Center right after midnight, the sky above Reykjavik opened up... So we quickly headed to the closest dark spot, the lighthouse Grotta. Due to low tide we were able to take the walk...read more