Northern Lights Holidays Iceland

The perfect base for a Northern Lights Holiday in Iceland or luxury adventure holiday.

Northern Lights Holidays Iceland at a glance

  • Iceland is bursting with natural wonders from active volcanoes, glaciers, huge waterfalls, lava fields, geysers, thermal pools and the majestic Aurora Borealis - making it the perfect base for an Iceland Northern Lights holiday or luxury adventure holiday.

  • Straddling the mid-Atlantic ridge, Iceland is very geologically active which in turn creates some of the most striking scenery in the world.

  • The magnificence of the island is not just limited to scenery. Wildlife such as whales can be spotted off the coast, making the perfect destination for nature lovers.

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Southern Iceland

Southern Iceland encompasses the beautiful Capital city of Reykjavik. It is a diverse and breathtakingly beautiful natural environment with great attractions that are easy to experience all year round.

  • Visit the beautiful glaciers, volcanoes, geothermal springs and black sand beaches and experience some of the worlds most stunning natural beauty.
  • Witness the Northern Lights out in the depths of the Icelandic wilderness.
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Northern Iceland

Northern Iceland is home to some of the most beautiful scenery that this magnificent island has to offer. This part of Iceland is home to the famous Dettifoss and Goðafoss waterfalls, Drangey Island and nearby is Lake Mývatn the second most popular geothermal lagoon after the Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik.

  • During the Summer months this is a veritable playground for many species of whale such as humpbacks and Orcas.
  • In the wintertime the opportunity is there to see the Northern Lights as you sit just below the Arctic Circle.
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Regions in Northern Lights Holidays Iceland

© Saga Travel

Northern Iceland

Northern Iceland is home to some of the most beautiful scenery that this magnificent island has to offer. This part of Iceland is home to the famous Dettifoss and Goðafoss waterfalls, Drangey Island and nearby is Lake Mývatn the second most popular geothermal lagoon after the Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik.

  • During the Summer months this is a veritable playground for many species of whale such as humpbacks and Orcas.
  • In the wintertime the opportunity is there to see the Northern Lights as you sit just below the Arctic Circle.
Explore

© Reykjavik Excursions

Southern Iceland

Southern Iceland encompasses the beautiful Capital city of Reykjavik. It is a diverse and breathtakingly beautiful natural environment with great attractions that are easy to experience all year round.

  • Visit the beautiful glaciers, volcanoes, geothermal springs and black sand beaches and experience some of the worlds most stunning natural beauty.
  • Witness the Northern Lights out in the depths of the Icelandic wilderness.
Explore

General Information

Iceland is defined by it's dramatic landscape. There are natural wonders galore with geysers, waterfalls, hot springs and lava fields. Equally beautiful in both the Winter and the Summer Iceland is a great destination for all the family. There are massive glaciers for those who want to explore or a wealth of choice when it comes to the natural spas such as the infamous Blue Lagoon or to go off grid to some of the secret lagoons. Reykjavik runs on geothermal power and is home to the National Museum tracing Iceland's Viking history.

Capital

Reykjavik

Population

280,795

Area

103,000 SQ KM

Language

Icelandic

Currency

Icelandic Króna

Best time to visit

May-August December-March

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