Nothern Lights Holiday

Starting from £279pp

Your Nothern Lights Holiday Itinerary

Day 1

Begin your Holiday

  • Fly from the UK to Iceland.
  • Check in to the Hotel of your preference.
  • Unpack and start your tour in the city of Reykjavik with plenty to explore.
Day 1

Day 2

Northern Lights Mystery Tour

  • Start with having your morning breakfast at the hotel.
  • Enjoy the Northern Lights Mystery tour in Iceland.
  • You can add more tours to your Iceland holiday.
Day 2

Day 3

Exploring Iceland

  • Start with having your morning breakfast at the hotel.
  • You can explore this wonderful place, look for what it has to offer for the tourists.
  • Go out on dinner nights.
Day 3

Day 4

Departing from Reykjavik

  • Start with having your morning breakfast at the hotel.
  • After a breathtaking holiday in the city of Reykjavik, it’s time for your return from Iceland to the UK.
Day 4

Inclusions

Northern Lights Holiday Highlights

Additional Info

Book with £50 Deposit

24 Hours Refund

FREE Date Change

ATOL Protected (12116)

24 Months Installment Plans

Why Experience the Northern Lights in Iceland?

 

There are several reasons why Iceland is a great place to experience the Northern Lights:

– Iceland is located at a high altitude, which means it is within the auroral oval, an area where the Northern Lights are most visible.
– Iceland has clear, dark skies, which are ideal for viewing the Northern Lights. The country’s low population density and lack of light pollution make it one of the best places in the world to see the stars.
– Iceland has a variety of tour options that allow visitors to experience the Northern Lights in a range of settings, from luxury hotels to more rustic accommodations.
– Iceland is a unique and beautiful country with a rich cultural heritage and a range of other attractions to explore, including geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, and glaciers.
– Iceland has a reputation for being a safe and welcoming destination, with a high standard of living and strong infrastructure.

Overall, Iceland is a great place to experience the Northern Lights because of its high latitude, clear skies, and range of tour options, as well as its other attractions and the country’s reputation as a safe and welcoming destination.

Our Recommendations

We highly recommend visiting these tourist attractions while you’re in Iceland for the Nothern Lights holiday.

Gullfoss Falls is a spectacular waterfall located in southwestern Iceland, on the Hvítárvatn river. The falls are part of the Golden Circle, a popular tourist route in Iceland that includes several other natural attractions.

Hallgrímskirkja is a Lutheran parish church in Reykjavík, Iceland. It is the largest church in Iceland and is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. The church is named after the Icelandic clergyman and poet Hallgrímur Pétursson, who wrote the Icelandic hymnal “Passion Hymns”.

Sky Lagoon is a man-made lagoon located in Kópavogur, a town in the greater Reykjavik area in Iceland. It is an artificial geothermal lagoon that is filled with naturally heated seawater.

Ways to Travel to the Northern Lights

Small guided group tours – Experience the Nothern Lights with a group of people with the same intentions. The tour will be guided by experts who know the best locations and settings to view the Nothern Lights.

Self-guided tour – If you prefer doing things alone, a self-guided tour is for you. We recommend doing a lot of research before going on a self-guided tour.

Multi-day tour – A multi-day tour is when you travel to different locations to view the Nothern Lights with different settings.

Other Nothern Lights Destinations To Travel To

 

Iceland is not the only location where you can experience a Nothern Lights holiday. We always recommend considering the location, as the Nothern Lights themselves do not change too much based on location.

These are some other locations you can visit to experience the Northern Lights. (Packages will be included by Aero travels)

– Finland (Lapland)
– Norway
– Svalbard

Ready to go on your Nothern Lights holiday to Iceland?

FAQs for When Booking Your Northern Lights Holiday

Technically, the Northern Lights are present for much of the year. There aren’t enough hours of darkness to see them during the summer months. 

The skies are dark enough to get the best experience during the winter months, from late September to late March/ early April.

The Northern Lights occur so high up in the atmosphere that they don’t pose any threat to people watching them from the ground.

Photographing the Northern Lights isn’t an exact science; there are a lot of variables to consider. All cameras and lenses will give different results, so a bit of trial and error is needed to find out what works best for you. It is also important to remember that no two auroras are the same. This means that settings that work on one night may not work the next.

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