Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Reykjavik Excursions, Reykjavik Iceland
Meeting point for the tour.
Pass By: Iceland, Iceland
Locations on this tour vary from day to day depending on weather conditions.
Return DetailsReturns to original departure point
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Travelers with young children are advised to take the 20:00 departure which is available from 15 October through 14 March 2020.
- This tour depends on weather and sightings are not guaranteed. The tour may be cancelled on the day if the weather is poor
- Remember to dress warmly
- No pickups from hotels
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Infant seats available
- Most travelers can participate
- Indicated return times can vary.
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 99 travelers
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Unfortunately we didn't get to see the lights however driver was great and the tour operator was too couldn't fault either and would recommend but hopefully see the lights.
Sadly, we did not see any activity, the night of our tour. Tour was rescheduled two previous nights, due to rain. The 3rd night, although cloudy, we were taken out. Not much the tour operator can do about nature.
Not a professional way to treat people. It's very commercial and you don't feel good in hunderds of people squeezed into 6 buses. Lady in our bus sounds bored talking about northen lights. We have our trip in rainy day and there was no way for aurora but they didn't return busses and people were getting cold in the rain. Don't waste your money fot this company, they don't care about you but about money.
A week planned trip to see the northern lights, less by a knowledgeable guide. We were told how to look, where to look and how to photograph the lights. We managed to do this and saw the lights. Would recommend this trip.
The guides were great at building excitement on the night driving out to the spot however, we did not see activity on the night. I think to see the lights it would be better to do a smaller more specialised tour perhaps. There were too many people (3 bus loads at the one spot) and when you are there it is pitch black and people were walking all over the moss and damaging the surrounding area. After the tour we were told by locals that you generally have about a 25% chance of seeing the lights on a tour like this.