October and Northern Lights in Iceland

Iceland takes one last warm breath before chilling temperatures and arctic winds freeze the land.
The northern lights season has at this point really started and lake-side locations are an absolute favorite.
Lakes and ponds have not yet frozen, and their reflective liquid surfaces enhance any Aurora sighting by “doubling” the lit-up sky.
A photographer’s dream, not to be missed!

The last weeks before the snowy season starts are also the time of our short-lived fall: the local flora dresses in shades of orange and yellow, matching the colors of the sunset, now earlier each day.
Joining a Golden Circle tour in this conditions is the ultimate treat, and a horse-back riding tour will allow you to enjoy nature up close.