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...

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...

September and Northern Lights in Iceland

The northern lights season really takes off in September. At this time, the autumn equinox affects the intensity of the auroral activity, gifting us with stronger, brighter displays. Enhanced activity, combined with shorter days and mild nights, make of September one...

August and Northern Lights in Iceland

August is technically a summer month, but it is at this time that darkness returns to our Nordic shores, after months of total daylight. Days are progressively getting shorter and shorter at this time, and that is especially noticeable in the second half of the month,...

NORTHERN LIGHTS PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR

NORTHERN LIGHTS PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR Join Arctic Shots for one of the most unique and memorable Northern Lights tour you will ever experience. We will take you to personally scouted locations for the best chance to see the Northern Lights and the nightscapes of Iceland....