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✅ Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis
✅ Boat tour from Reykjavik city.
Available: September – April
Duration: 2 – 2,5 hours.
Minimum Age: No minimum age.
Meeting Point: Hlésgata Vesturbugt E101, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Pick up: Starts 60 minutes before the departure. Pick-ups must be booked with a minimum of one hour before the tours departure time, all pick-ups booked after that will be discarded.
Note: If there are no sightings on the tour, the booking number can be used to reschedule the trip for another time with us.
Imagine if Mother Nature herself would shoot fireworks and lighten up the sky, a moment so beautiful it leaves you out of speech, almost out of breath. We would love to take you on a special Iceland northern light tour away from the shine of the city to a place where you can truly see the northern lights dance around in the sky.
The Northern Lights are an unpredictable natural phenomenon, so if there are no sightings on the tour, the booking number can be used to reschedule the trip for another time with us.
If there are no sightings on the tour you will get another ticket to join us on the next available day.
Please be at the departure point the latest 30 minutes before the scheduled cruise time.
Please check the tour status and/or your email before arrival.
Disclaimer: All of our tours are subject to weather conditions and sightings cannot be guaranteed. We reserve the right to cancel the tour due to bad weather conditions.
If the trip is cancelled due to bad weather conditions, please contact us to reschedule on another day.
Please be aware that due to environmental reasons during certain times of the year our trips may be delivered on a shared boat with one of our partners. We are committed to ensuring the environment is kept pristine by making sure fewer boats are on the water during slower periods.