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Winter in Iceland is an amazing season. It’s the time of the Northern Lights, natural Ice Caves, snow-covered grounds, frozen waterfalls, furry Icelandic horses, great musical events, stunning sunsets and general adventures! Traveling to Iceland in winter is excellent for joining guided tours, so you will not have to worry about driving in more challenging circumstances and will have a pre-planned perfect itinerary to make sure you get the most out of your time in Iceland. The weather in Iceland in winter are milder than most think but when the wind is added to the equation the temperature feels much lower. Visiting Iceland in Winter is a visit to a Winter Wonderland

The Winter season is from the 15th of September to the 15th of April.

Our Most Popular Multi-Day Winter Tours

Best things to do in Winter in Iceland

  • Natural Ice Cave Exploring
  • Experience the Northern Lights
  • Relax in Hot Pools
  • The Golden Circle Tour
  • Horse Riding Tours
  • Join a Guided Multi Day tour
  • Glacier Hiking Tours

Winter Celebrations and Festivals in Iceland

16th of September – Icelandic Nature

27th of October – Official First day of Winter in Iceland

November – Iceland Airwaves

November – Everybody’s Spectacular

11th of November – Icelandic Father’s Day

16th of November – Icelandic Language Day

1st of December – Independence Day

24th of December – Christmas Eve

25th of December – Christmas Day

26th of December – Boxing Day

31st of December – New Year’s Eve

1st of January – New Year’s Day

February – Sonar Reykjavik

March – Food and Fun

March – Reykjavik Fashion Festival

April – AK Extreme