Join us for a thrilling Iceland northern lights tour, a deluxe day trip from Reykjavik to see one of the most amazing natural attractions of Iceland.
- Our very best coaches with reclining seats
- See the dark winter sky come alive with stars
- Witness the ghostly dance of the Northern Lights
- Entertaining and educating guide
- Complimentary refreshments and a blanket to keep you warm!
Journey with us on a fantastic deluxe day trip from Reykjavik to witness the magical dance of the Northern Lights. We’ll enjoy more time out in the gorgeous Icelandic landscape to observe one of Iceland’s most celebrated and mischievous visitors.
As a special bonus to your trip, we’ve thrown in lots of treats to make sure you can enjoy the Aurora in tip-top comfort. Riding aboard our very best coaches with reclining seats, extra legroom, head, and footrests, and seatback dining tray, we’ll enjoy complimentary coffee, hot chocolate, and water and provide you with blankets to snuggle keep warm as we hunt the elusive Aurora Borealis.
We’ll have plenty of time to photograph the Aurora and, along the way, our friendly guides will share some fun facts and stories with you. Over 25 years of operating Northern lights tours in Iceland have taught us how best to combine weather forecasts with experience to discover the best places to see the Northern lights.
Before every one of our tours, we’ll meet and decide on the best routes which means no two tours are the same. If the weather forecast predicts heavy clouds and we feel that chances of seeing the Northern lights are slim to none we cancel tours rather than send our guests out on a wild goose chase.
A decision is made daily at 6 pm whether the tour will be operated or not. All hotels and booking agents in Reykjavik are informed by email about our decision so please contact the front desk of your hotel, the tour desk, or our sales office to find out whether we will be operating the tour.
Top attractions in Reykjavik
Here are some top attractions in Reykjavik you could visit and enjoy. There are, of course, dozens of attractions and landmarks in Reykjavik worth visiting and learning about the history of this amazing city.
The church of Hallgrímskirkja is the main landmark of Reykjavík and its tower, standing at 74.5 meters high, can be seen from almost anywhere in the town.
Harpa Concert Hall is one of the most significant and distinguished landmarks of Reykjavik. Set in the heart of the city, it is a cultural and social...
Perlan ('pearl') is one of the most recognizable landmark in Reykjavík, Iceland. It is situated at the top of hill Öskjuhlíð. What was originally a set of hot water tanks...
Reykjavik and Iceland travel guides
Here are handy travel guides about Reykjavik and Iceland so you can learn a thing or two about these destinations. For a comprehensive list of our travel guides, please visit our travel guides page.
Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, is sitting on the island’s west coast. It’s Iceland’s largest city but comparing to other world capitals, Reykjavik is tiny. Despite its size, Reykjavik has lots to...
Iceland, quite literary land of ice and fire, is located next to the arctic circle and is famous for its unreal landscapes. Massive glaciers are preserved in national parks and...
Top hotels in Reykjavik
Reykjavik has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
This luxurious 16-story hotel offers great views over the town and the sea. The Fosshotel Reykjavík is 200 meters from Laugavegur shopping street in Reykjavik and offers a fitness center...
Located on the shopping street of Laugavegur, ION City Hotel offers accommodation with a fitness center and restaurant in Reykjavík. The museum of Einar Jónsson and the church of Hallgrímskirkja...
Built on one of the oldest streets in Reykjavik, Adalstraeti, Hotel Reykjavík Centrum hotel is situated 199 m from the Reykjavik Art Museum. It features a special exhibition center in...
Grand Hotel Reykjavik is a stylish hotel located 2 km from Reykjavik town center and Laugardalslaug, its biggest outdoor pool. It provides three times a day a free shuttle bus...
Set on the shopping street Laugavegur in central Reykjavik, Alda Hotel Reykjavik offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. The Church of Hallgrimskirkja is 5 minutes...
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Reykjavik. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience....
Cheap flights calendar for Reykjavik
The peak season for flights to Reykjavik is May, July and August. The low season for purchasing tickets is February, October and November.
Reykjavik is served by these airports: Keflavik International Airport and Reykjavik International Airport. Direct flights to Reykjavik are offered by 22 airlines. Most flights are with Icelandair. Direct flights from Reykjavik, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Air Canada, KLM and Air France from New York, Las Vegas, Boston, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Jacksonville.
Reykjavik and Iceland attractions and landmarks
Here are some of the most popular attractions and landmarks in Reykjavik and in Iceland.
Last Updated on March 13, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com