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- Available jan, feb, mar, apr, sep, oct, nov, dec
- Duration 4 hours
- Number of participants Min. 2, max. 12
- Age limit No age limit
What you'll experience.
Hunt for the elusive Northern lights on a private tour from Reykjavík city.
A private Northern lights hunt from Reykjavík city. You will be taken to the best place to view the amazing Aurora Borealis.
This private Northern Lights experience will take you on a thrilling hunt for the magical Auroras Borealis. You can choose to be picked up at your accommodation around 8.30 PM, or meet your guide at Harpa Opera House at 8.50 PM. You will be taken to the best place to spot the Northern Lights, depending on weather conditions and overcast. Small group Northern lights tours often offer a more personalized experience and more flexibility.
Remember to bring your camera and warm clothes.
Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, therefore sightings cannot be guaranteed.
If you want more information about this Private Northern Lights Hunt or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can either send us a message through the contact form or via email at email@example.com.
View the weather forecast for the area.
Here you can see the Northern lights forecast for the next few days.
This tour is carbon offset through the forestry project Plant a Tree in Iceland
If you want to know more about Plant a Tree in Iceland, please visit the project at www.plantatreeiniceland.is
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Included in final tour price.
- Guiding service
What to bring.
- Warm clothing
- Rain gear
- Good shoes
- Northern Lights
This tour is operated by our friends at travelling Iceland. They put an emphasis on environmental protection and nature conservation. They take a part of their income and give it towards environmental incentives.
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