March and Northern Lights in Iceland

The best northern lights of the season can often be seen in March, thanks to the spring equinox and more stable weather. Northern lights enthusiasts travel to Iceland from all around the globe at this time, hoping to experience the enhanced Aurora activity and take...

February and Northern Lights in Iceland

February marks the beginning of the winter high season in Iceland. Travelers in February can enjoy longer hours of daylight and a wide range of northern lights hunt options. Aurora excursions sell out quickly, so booking your tour well in advance is recommended. Our...

January and Northern Lights in Iceland

Snowy and cold, January is a sometimes strenuous but often highly-rewarding time for travelers to Iceland. Weather can be unpredictable in the middle of winter, with blizzards and extreme winds a common occurrence. On clear, crispy nights, it is though possible to...

December and Northern Lights in Iceland

It’s Christmas time! Iceland is covered in the embrace of darkness in the weeks heading to winter solstice, but it surely does not feel like it in the city. The festivities make Reykjavík shine with endless Christmas-themed street decorations and fairy lights, and...

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...