November and Northern Lights in Iceland

Hello darkness, we missed you. November is the first “dark month” of winter, with the total hours of daylight sharply reduced from about 8 to 5 within the 30-day period. That’s great news for all northern lights enthusiast, who can also hope in the first snow to make its appearance around this time.

Icelanders rediscover indoor activities and cozy geothermal baths under the stars in November. A visit to Blue Lagoon and its enchanting milky blue waters is a once in a lifetime experience and a must-try in the winter.
For all fun and music lovers, November is synonym with Iceland Airwaves, the most exciting international music festival of Iceland, and a unique way of discovering local talents while blending with the cosmopolitan crowd.

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