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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

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Highlights
  • 3-hour tour to view the spectacular Northern Lights from Reykjavik
  • Travel to an ideal vantage point in a comfortable and heated vehicle
  • Learn about the fascinating science behind the natural phenomenon from your expert guide
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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
US$ 63.45
Overview
Experience the spectacular natural showcase of the Northern Lights during an unforgettable 3-hour tour from Reykjavik. Venture into the penetrating darkness of an Icelandic winter night, far from the glittering city lights, in a warm, comfortable vehicle and travel to an ideal spot from which to view the Northern Lights, otherwise known as the Aurora Borealis. With luck, see an awe-inspiring display of vivid color and enrich your knowledge of the science behind the phenomena with your expert guide.
What to Expect
Dress warm, and get ready to hunt the northern lights. Listen to your expert guide as they explain the science behind the natural phenomenon as you drive deeper into the dark of the Icelandic night. The lights are at their most frequent in late autumn and winter/early spring. Between the autumn equinox and spring equinox (15 September – 15 April), However, the weather is also of importance, and September, October and November tend to be wet and snow-less in the north.

From December the weather dries up, and there is normally plenty of snow. If you come in December or January, you experience the polar nights with atmospheric evenings and very short days. In February and March the days are longer and you see more of the snow-clad landscapes during daytime, and the evenings still offer maximum chances to spot the northern lights.

Note: seeing the northern lights cannot be guaranteed. Some weeks, you are treated to fantastic displays, repeated several times during the evening. Other times, the snow falls densely, or the northern lights simply stay away. Naturally, the longer you stay and the more time you set aside, the better the odds.
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Reviews (23)

1 - 5 of 6 reviews

Reviewed 21 November 2017
Good guide and tour

Our driver picked us up on 14th Nov from Fosshotel Lind and drove off East of Reykjavik. His English was good and he had lots of interesting information about the area. He was constantly in touch with others to get the best spots and we...More

Thank Vicki R
Reviewed 16 November 2017
This company were excellent

We enjoyed our trip. Our guide took us to quiet, dark places and we were lucky enough to see a great display of the Northern Lights. This is in contrast to another company a few evenings later who took us to a busy, noisy, light...More

Thank PinnerSylv
Reviewed 13 November 2017
It was nice, but not wow as expected!

The guide was very nice and the hot chocolate and cookies were good, specially in the cold. We did see the northern lights but I was disappointed. The weather was a bit cloudy so not much to do about that, but the spot chosen was...More

3  Thank palves2017
Reviewed 13 November 2017
Using Trips to see The Northern Lights

Pickup from our hotel was on time and the driver gave a good introduction to the evening. Just after we left he had a call from his manager suggesting the best location to view the lights. We arrived and sure enough we saw the magnificent...More

Thank Roger L
Reviewed 24 October 2017
Northern Light

We went on Oct.9 2017, the weather was not so good before, raining in the afternoon, but stop raining at that night and see plenty of stars, I even saw a tiny shooting star! Since we didn't see Borealis , the driver told us to...More

Thank HsiehB15
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patricia j
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Response from Vicki R | Reviewed this property |
Access into the bus might be a problem .contact the company to see if they have accessible transport.
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