Northern Lights Superjeep Tour, Aurora Borealis
The elders say that the harsher the night‘s frost, the more intense the colours will be. Swirling and swaying overhead, displays are usually greenish-yellow but white, red and pink lights can also appear.
The Northern Lights superjeep tour is dependent on the weather and sky conditions and we reserve the right to cancel at any time. If the evening tour goes ahead and the Northern Lights are not seen, we will offer you to try once again for free!
Make sure you book your Northern Lights tour in Iceland for your first night in town in order to maximise your chances of seeing the northern lights. Please note that the size of your group can grow if we’ve had to cancel several nights in a row due to weather. We indeed try our best to find Northern Lights for everyone!
We are proud to work with Aurora Reykjavik: The Northern Lights Center and our common passion is to share experience about the most unique natural phenomenon in the world the Northern Lights. All our Northern Lights passengers get FREE admission fee to Aurora Reykjavik: The Northern Lights Center.
Northern Lights Superjeep tour Highlights:
- Northern lights
- Icelandic nature in the dark
- FREE photo service
- Hot Chocolate & Reyka vodka
- FREE admission fee to Aurora Reykjavik
- Lifetime experience
This tour lasts 3-4 hours. Free pick-up from your hotel in the capital area begins at 20:00.
From 15/09 - 31/09 and 15/03 - 15/04. The pick up starts 21:00 due to a longer daylight.
It is important to understand that in Iceland you can experience all four seasons in less than one day. It is vital to wear comfortable and appropriate clothing like waterproof, walking shoes, dress in layers to be able to enjoy your journey to the fullest.
Please contact us around 17:00 on the day of your tour, To confirm the forecast is good and tour is ON to [email protected] or call 00 354 569 8000
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