Seeing the Northern Lights for a romantic
Northern Lights are a very beautiful place and stand out from the West coast of Iceland in parallel to-65 have views that encapsulates all the most dramatic about the country. This is the most spectacular show on Earth, and you can see it live in Iceland! We’re talking about the northern lights, or aurora borealis, mysterious lights dancing across the night sky in winter. With its proximity to the Arctic Circle, Iceland is one of the best places on Earth to witness the extraordinary phenomenon. Although the sightings cannot be guaranteed, these vacation packages give you plenty of opportunities for adventure such as snowmobiling or super-Safari jeep while chasing lights. And isolated position makes an excellent vantage point from which to see the northern lights. During the day you can explore the area by snowmobile or four-wheel-drive, even in the middle of winter there are several during the day at this latitude, although at the time of the solstice the Sun does not rise until 11: 40 and lost again by 3: 15. To and fro to the Northern Lights are the best months to see the northern lights, October to April, with the visibility of the Summit from December to February. However, because it is a natural phenomenon, we cannot guarantee sightings.
A trip to see the Northern Lights tour in Norway, Sweden and Iceland. Since the dawn of man, steaming lights of the Aurora Borealis has been at the heart of myths and legends throughout the hemisphere. See the mysterious Aurora dance across the Scandinavian landscape on our guided Northern Lights holidays and tours. Aurora was a scary and exciting, and the countries that they flow better have pure winter that makes your vacation an unforgettable experience. We have a fantastic selection of Northern Lights tours and luxury holidays, or for a more relaxing experience, take a look at holidays Northern Lights cruise, where a special route planned to combine optimal conditions the Aurora spots, with highlights from the Arctic Circle. Sometimes it is possible to see the northern lights from Reykjavik, but this is rare and occurs only when the Lights are very strong. Light pollution, along with cloud, can greatly reduce the visibility of aurora, so you have a better chance of seeing them away from the city (even 30-45 minutes will do, so many people drove out Thingvellir National Park sit and watch). Cold, clear, cloudless night presents the best chance sighting.