Northern Lights Tours

Our most popular northern lights tours:

Northern Lights
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    Search for northern lights on this thrilling winter cruise where we maximise your chances of sightings! Watching the auroras dance in the vast starry space with the gentle lull of the ocean beneath us is an experience of a lifetime.

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    2:00 Hours
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    This combo unites some of the most popular winter attractions in Iceland - classic whale watching and northern lights from down town Reykjavík!

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    5:00 Hours
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Northern Lights
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    The mesmerising Northern Lights is sight that will not be forgotten. It's simple; nothing says “Icelandic Winter” like the idea of hunting the Aurora Borealis. 

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    3 hrs.
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    Northern Lights Cruise including flexible Aurora Exhibition ticket - the perfect combination.

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    4:00 Hours
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    Enjoy a 2 hr. Northern Lights Cruise from Reykjavík and a FlyOver Iceland experience in one package!

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    3 hrs.
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    This Northern lights tour takes you out of Reykjavik city to the best places to see Northern lights swirling across the night sky in their fantastic shapes and colours.

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    4 hrs.
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The auroras are made up of a series of electrically discharged particles from the sun that enter earth's magnetic shield and create a light when mixed with gasses (such as nitrogen and oxygen) in our atmosphere. The particles come a long way through space before being drawn into earth’s polar regions, although it only takes a couple of days to travel the full 150 million kilometres!

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