“The energy is palpable on this magical island, where astonishing natural phenomena inspire the welcoming, creative locals and draw an increasing number of visitors in search of splendour.”- Lonely Planet
From chasing waterfalls, climbing glaciers to getting lost in the Northern Lights…this Nordic island has it all.
It’s one of Iceland’s most popular natural attractions, but it’s also incredibly unpredictable.
In order to see them correctly, guaranteed darkness is the most important factor. You also need to book a stay for no less that 7 days to give yourself a good chance in seeing them.
The best season with the darkest nights is from September to Mid-April. Keeping in mind the coldest months are also between November and February. So prepare for the cold!
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