Fascinating tours in search of the Aurora Borealis
If you yearn for a holiday among some of the world’s most incredible landscapes, a trip to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is the ideal break for you. Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Aurora Borealis as the lights are also known, with its wisps of colour appearing against the dark night skies, has intrigued and beguiled man for generations. This phenomenon has inspired an array of myths and legends and its evening illuminations continue to entice travellers from all over the globe. To see the Northern Lights in Iceland is an incredible experience and by embarking on specialist tours accompanied by our knowledgeable guides, you are more likely to witness them during your holiday.
The perfect combination of culture, Icelandic geological wonders and specialist Aurora knowledge is all combined in our exploration of the Northern Lights by Escorted Tour in Iceland.
For a burst of Icelandic culture, book a short break in Reykjavik and enjoy four days of excursions, including a trip to the Blue Lagoon and the sensational Golden Circle tour. Whilst the days are filled with seeing the local sights, the evenings are for hunting the Northern Lights in Iceland.
The country’s landscapes and coastal regions are home to a variety of wildlife and as you wait for night to descend, what better way to spend the day than taking to the sea in search of orcas, minke whales and dolphins during a whale watching tour in Iceland?
Dramatic landscapes of spouting geysers, majestic glaciers, lava beaches and cacophonous waterfalls are yours to discover when you journey to see the Northern Lights in Iceland. Owing to its location in the wilderness, far from the light pollution of the cities, Hotel Rangá in the south of the country has become a favoured place to stay and our Northern Lights adventure holiday centres around this very hotel.
We offer a range of holidays that focus on travelling to the most advantageous spots in Iceland to give you the best opportunities to see and photograph the elusive Northern Lights.