The Northern Lights are also known as Aurora Borealis. From late autumn to early spring the northern skies come alive with flickering ribbons of green, yellow, violet and red dancing across the sky in silent harmony.
The highest probability of seeing the northern lights covers most of Alaska, northern parts of Canada, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
Iceland is the most popular holiday destination in search of the northern lights, from breaks in the city including evening trips to the wilderness, stays in country lodges and hotels where you can enjoy the northern lights from your own hot tub.
Iceland also offers other unique experiences such as geysers, lagoons, water falls, whale watching, glacier walks, volcanoes and much more.
So you don’t have to travel too far for one of nature’s great displays in the sky. Captivating both travellers and scientists alike for an unforgettable travel experience.