Northern Lights Tour
Catch a glimpse of the magnificent Aurora Borealis Escape the busy city nights of Reykjavik and venture on a hunt for the elusive Northern Lights - one of natureandrsquo;s most beautiful phenomena. If your hunt is successful, youandrsquo;ll see a unique celestial spectacular - witness the bright, shining colours of the Northern Lights swirl and shape-shift in the darkness of the cold Icelandic sky. Experience a unique tour every time No two tours are the same - we take you to the best viewing location on the particular evening youandrsquo;ve chosen! Sometimes you wonandrsquo;t have to go further than Reykjavikandrsquo;s outskirts to catch the Auroras. Other nights, youandrsquo;ll find yourself chasing them deep into the countryside. This means that even if you end up doing the tour more than once, it will be an entirely different experience altogether! Will I see the Northern Lights? Catching the mysterious Aurora Borealis is not a simple task, so unfortunately there are no guarantees. But donandrsquo;t you worry! Armed with science and expertise, we are prepared to give you the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Hereandrsquo;s what we do to get the perfect conditions We choose the best time - Science says the Northern Lights are most likely to be spotted from late August to end of March, so this is when our tours take place We plan the best route - The precise route for the day is crafted by an expert guide with the help of the most up-to-date weather and solar activity reports If the weatherandrsquo;s not good enough, the tour will be cancelled - We donandrsquo;t want you to be disappointed and waste precious holiday time, so if the optimal conditions are not met, the tour wonandrsquo;t go ahead What happens with my ticket if the tour is cancelled? Donandrsquo;t worry! If the tour canandrsquo;t take place, youandrsquo;ll be offered a different date. And if you canandrsquo;t make it then, youandrsquo;ll get a refund. How will I know if the tour will go ahead? Your guide will keep a close eye on the weather forecast and at 6pm a final decision will be made. Just ask at the front desk of your hotel after 6pm to find out! You could also get the information you need at the Tour Desk at Loftleidir, The Hilton and Saga Hotel. What if the tour goes ahead but I donandrsquo;t see the lights? Your guide will try to predict where the Northern Lights will show up. However, the Aurora Borealis might still escape you. If that happens, you can try your luck the following night for free.