Greetings from Iceland! We have just opened sales for a new 2017-2018 season of Iceland Northern Lights Tours. We receive more and more requests for northern lights tours during the summer (May-August) which is a time of the year with up to 24 hours of day light, and therefore Aurora Borealis cannot be seen.
If you're coming to Iceland only for five days, you can still experience the best this country offers, regardless of the time of year. While you do not have quite enough time to encircle the country without rushing the sites, you can still visit the highlights across the South, West, North, and even the Highlands if you know where to go. You can explore its beautiful landscapes, stunning waterfalls, thermal pools and the fascinating history and culture.
You can visit Norway is all year round - depending on what you want to do and see. Summer is ideal for hiking, cycling or cruising. May and September offer colourful landscapes. Springtime is particularly beautiful in the fjords. Winter is brightened by Northern Lights and becomes magic.
Iceland can offer an abundance of experiences to a traveler: beautiful nature, tasty cuisine, and inspiring art and culture. Prepare for your trip, and you will be able to get the most of it. Our short list of essentials has been specially designed to teach you the essentials of Iceland travel.
New Year's Eve is one of the greatest holidays in Iceland, almost as big as Christmas. Although there are no offical city sponsored events, private parties and celebrations are held all over the city. New Year´s Eve is one of the most popular times to visit Iceland, Along with New York, Berlin, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, London, Sydney and Hong Kong, Reykjavik is in the top 10 best places in the world to celebrate New Year's Eve!