The Aurora Borealis, better known as the Northern Lights, has been captivating travellers for hundreds of years, a natural phenomenon that occurs when electrically charged particles from the Sun enter the earth's atmosphere. Aurora borealis is an ancient Latin name for the Northern Lights, which means the dawn of the north.
Statistically speaking, auroras are most active in the weeks surrounding the equinoxes in March and September. Darkness is essential, so September through to mid-April are the best times boasting long and black evenings.
Chasing Iceland’s Northern Lights requires a vehicle, so either a hire car or private tour will be your best bet in seeing this majestic site first-hand.
Take a guided tour to maximise your chances of seeing the lights and minimize the costs. Saving you the trouble of hiring a car and navigating, our tours are led by guides who know exactly where to go and when to see the Northern Lights in full.
Get the best of both worlds with Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik to enjoy two popular Icelandic experiences.
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