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If you want to experience the pure wonder of particles from the sun coming into contact with the earth's atmosphere, you’ve come to the right place. Visible in Iceland from September until mid-April, the northern lights are a must-do item on any winter itinerary.

Choose between travelling with a small group in a mini bus or go where no other vehicle goes in an all terrain super jeep, pose for free digital photos with a hot chocolate in hand and an aurora in the background.

Northern lights duo

Add whale watching, glacier or volcano hikes, snowmobiling or a visit to the Aurora museum.  Why settle for just one activity when you can have fun all day long?

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Icelandic winter… when Iceland truly lives up to its name. Walk onto ancient glaciers in their breathtaking winter glory. Enjoy the best light for your landscape photography (all four hours of it). We want to show you so much more. Interested? Keep reading!