Join us for a trip into the night of the Icelandic winter as we search for the elusive northern lights
The Aurora Borealis, known commonly as the Northern Lights, is a naturally occuring light display that is commonly seen in high latitude locations.
These ethereal lights are formed when solar winds agitate the magnetic field of the earth, Ionising the particles and causing them to give off light which we see in the form of the wispy bands of colour across the night sky.
The auroras can form in a variety of colours depending on the altitude of the particles when they become ionised.
Join us as we journey out of the city of Reykjavik on a trip to see the elusive northern lights, one of the most popular and elusive activities visitors to Iceland like to take part in during the winter season.
Join us for the ultimate northern lights experience. This version of the northern lights tour is operated in partnership with Servio and as a result we are able to offer you an unparalleled experience in terms of comfort and service.
You have to be a special person to come to a cold, wet island during the winter time. If you are reading this, then I guess you are one of those special people. Even though Iceland has about 4 hours of sunlight during the darkest winter month; Reykjavik is teeming with life and plenty of things to do.