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Private Northern Lights Luxury Tour

4 Nights, Winter.

Enjoy the luxury of a top class country hotel, while hunting for the Northern Lights and exploring t…

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Winter Adventure in the Westfjords

6 Nights, Winter

Nordika Travel is offering an adventure trip 7 days and 6 nights. This is a small group adventure to…

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Northern Lights Winter Wonders

4 Nights, Winter

A 5 Day tour in Iceland's winter wonderland, where in addition to experiencing Iceland most famous p…

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Northern Lights Exploration

7 Nights, Winter

Experience the best of Iceland’s winter! The Northern Lights Exploration series are designed to incl…

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Northern Lights Tours

During wintertime from September to early April, the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights can be seen in all parts of Iceland so long as the sky is clear and it is dark. We offer different type of tours to Iceland to see the Northern Lights.  Some are guided group tours with 16 to 45 passengers, and some are private or almost private tours with only 2 to 6 passengers, often groups of family or friends traveling together. Some tours have a mix of activities during the day, like glacier walks, snow-shoeing or horse riding and some focus on the spectacular landscapes and natural phenomena of Iceland during the arctic winter. If the selection of tours below seems too difficult to choose from, you can call us or send us an inquiry, and we will explain the various options for you.

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  • South Iceland Winter Tour

    4 nights, Winter

    From $1,667

    - Group Size: 12 Maximum

    Tap into your adventurous side and discover the wild and authentic Iceland, exploring the South Coast and Golden Circle in a SuperJeep with a knowledgeable guide. Connect with the nature in Iceland, as you take hidden trails and find natural wonders in the wilderness. Make memories that will last forever, such as glacier hiking, ice cave exploring, and bathing in lagoons!


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  • Private Northern Lights Luxury Tour

    4 Nights, Winter.

    From $3,995 pp

    - Group Size: Min 2 persons

    Enjoy the luxury of a top class country hotel, while hunting for the Northern Lights and exploring the magnificent landscapes of southern Iceland. A private driver picks you up at the airport and drives to the hotel where you stay 3 nights in luxury. Enjoy dinner at the gourmet restaurant. The next 2 days you go on guided tours to experience the famous Eyjafjallajokull Volcano and the most beautiful places on the Golden Circle. Stay the last night in Reykjavik 4 star hotel.


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  • Northern Lights Hunt in Iceland

    4 Nights, Winter

    From $1,445per person

    The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are an enchanting spectacle in Iceland’s skies. When you see the Northern Lights dancing across the night sky, you will be awestruck by this magical wonder. Blown towards the earth by the solar wind, charged particles enter the earth's atmosphere and collide with gas particles. These collisions emit light that we perceive as the dancing lights of the north. On this trip you stay 4 nights in the Capital, Reykjavik, and go on evening tours hunting for the Northern Lights. You will also see some of the amazing natural scenery of the South of Iceland.


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  • Winter Adventure in the Westfjords

    6 Nights, Winter

    From $2,686 per person

    - Group Size: Min 2, Max 16 persons

    Nordika Travel is offering an adventure trip 7 days and 6 nights. This is a small group adventure tour with a professional guide to the wild and untouched nature. The tour is filled with action; ice fishing, glacier hiking, hiking or cross-country skiing, horse-riding or kayaking and more. In addition you can explore the capital city Reykjavik and relax at the Blue Lagoon. Northern Lights Hunt in the evenings subject to conditions.


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  • Northern Lights Winter Wonders

    4 Nights, Winter

    From $1,187 per person

    - Group Size: Max 60, Average 45

    A 5 Day tour in Iceland's winter wonderland, where in addition to experiencing Iceland most famous places we will hunt for the magnificent Northern Lights. A truly wonderful tour including the famous Geysir hot spring area, the Glacier lagoon and so much more. This tour is designed to maximize your chances of witnessing the amazing Northern Lights.


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  • Northern Lights Exploration

    7 Nights, Winter

    From $1,998 per person

    - Group Size: Max 16 or Max 45 persons

    Experience the best of Iceland’s winter! The Northern Lights Exploration series are designed to include a lot of Iceland and aim to maximize the chances of seeing the elusive Northern Lights. In addition to 7 nights of accommodations with breakfast, the program includes six nights Northern Lights Academy – with 6 evenings of presentations, lectures and guided tours at spots likely to offer a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis – the Northern Lights. This is a fully escorted coach tour with guaranteed departures from September to April which can help you experience the winter at its most Icelandic – both during the day and after dark, as you head to the countryside in West and Southeast Iceland, exploring the regions from Snæfellsnes peninsula to Vatnajökull glacier to search for the Aurora Borealis away from the big city lights. This tour has been a best seller for the last 4 years.


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  • Northern Lights Elite Private tour

    6 Nights, Winter

    From $4,475 per person

    - Group Size: Min 2 persons

    The northern lights are one of the great natural wonders of the world, illuminating the night sky with continually changing patterns of iridescent color and producing a natural laser show. Our Northern Lights tour will take you to western Iceland where you will get to explore beautiful landscapes, stay in a country lodge, and hunt for the spellbinding northern lights. On this special tour you will visit the western and south eastern parts of Iceland.


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  • Winter Wellness and Northern Lights

    4 Nights, Winter

    From $1,190 per person

    - Group Size: Max 60, Average 35

    A 5 day adventure tour in winter wonderland Iceland where, in addition to visiting the most famous places of the country, we will also hunt for the magnificent Northern Lights and enjoy wellness and spa in a 4* hotel. This is a real adventure of a tour including such highlights as the famous Geysir hot spring area, beautiful waterfalls and much more. The tour is designed to maximize your chances of witnessing the amazing Northern Lights as well as enjoying the warmth of Icelandic hot thermal water in the midst of the winter. The Blue Lagoon has become a world famous wellness and spa attraction. The Riverside Spa in Hotel Selfoss is designed to reflect the Icelandic nature with the theme of ice and fire emphasizing Iceland´s extreme nature.


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  • Hidden Powers and Northern Lights Hunt

    5 nights, Winter

    From $1,625 per person

    - Group Size: Max. 16 Persons

    Explore the Icelandic South Shore; waterfalls, volcanoes, glacial lagoon and black sand beaches. Icebergs, hot springs and volcanoes dominate Iceland's beautiful yet rugged landscape. On a guided coach tour, experience the hidden powers of the island including dramatic vistas of the notorious Eyjafjallajökull volcano and the breathtaking Glacial Lagoon. With several overnights in stunning rural locations, you’ll be perfectly situated to hunt for the magical Northern Lights. Iceland is one of the best places in the world to experience this majestic phenomenon.


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  • Northern Lights Classical Circle

    8 nights, Winter

    from $2,291 per person

    - Group Size: max 24 persons

    A comprehensive coach tour around the main sights of Iceland, escorted by a local guide. With so much to discover and explore in Iceland, this tour highlights the natural wonders, the majestic landscapes and the unique character of this incredible Arctic Island, all with the chance to see the mystical Northern Lights.


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  • Northern Lights South and West

    6 Nights

    From $1,648

    - Group Size: Max 24 persons

    See the many wonderful sights of the West of Iceland, with the Snæfellsnes peninsula and the Borgarfjörður region, as well as the Golden Circle, the must see sights of Iceland, and the wonderful volcanic and glacial landscape of the South Coast. This tour gives you a brilliant introduction to the landscape that shapes Icelanders, and a chance to see a variety of amazing sights. The guides will try their best to show you the magical Northern Lights, a truly breathtaking phenomenon.


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  • Northern Lights Adventure - New Year

    4 Nights, Winter

    from $1988

    - Group Size: max. 16 persons

    Explore the sights of the south in a unique way, including a glacier walk to get up close and personal with one of Iceland's many natural wonders. Expert guides will lead you on winter hikes around the Þórsmörk valley and plan a memorable experience around the Icelandic volcanic landscape. Those blessed with a clear sky will hopefully be able to see the Northern Lights, also known as the mystical Aurora Borealis, during their stay.


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Why Iceland?

Accessible via a short, five-hour flight from the east coast of the United States, Iceland is a lot closer than you might imagine

Glaciers

Despite its rather misleading name, only 11% of Iceland is covered by ice. That said, it is home to Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajökull, as well as 268 others.

Volcanoes

Volcanic eruptions in Iceland happen, on average, every five years. Although international media coverage surrounding the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption might lead one to believe otherwise, volcanic eruptions in Iceland tend to not have much impact on daily life.