Though you can still see the Northern Lights flickering in the night sky in Iceland, the days are getting longer. And even though the snow is still covering the ground in Reykjavík, the weather is getting warmer. That means that spring is just around the corner, and it’s time for spring break.
Northern Lights Blogs
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and we are feeling romantic! A visit to the land of glittering waterfalls, black sand beaches, the Northern Lights, and Midnight Sun is the perfect gift for your loved one this Valentine’s. Read about the 5 Most Romantic Trips and Tours you can take in Iceland.
The Aurora forecast for Saturday night is looking good, offering visitors an eerie ambience for Halloween.
Frequently travellers to Iceland are in search of a bucket list glimpse of the Northern Lights. However, not everyone has the opportunity to travel far outside of the capital. In this guide, we offer you the 7 best locations to witness natures greatest show from Reykjavík.
Iceland’s glaciers, volcanoes and lava fields culminate in the perfect playground for those looking for thrilling, open-air adventures. So, what are the best activities in Iceland for outdoorsy people? Read on to find out.
What is the winter season like in Iceland? What places should you visit in Iceland and what activities should you do during the winter? Where can you see the Northern Lights, and are the roads safe to drive? Read on to find out all about the top things to do in Iceland in the winter.
When it comes to the ambitions of most visitors to Iceland, experiencing the Northern Lights is often found at the very top of their bucket-list. So how can you maximise your chances of seeing this elusive, yet otherworldly natural phenomena known as the Aurora Borealis in Iceland?