At our company, we take pride in providing exceptional service to our clients. Despite being a relatively small team, we are well-equipped to handle all aspects of the travel experience from initial sales inquiries to seamless execution on the ground. Our experienced personnel are dedicated to making sure that each and every client receives the personalized attention they deserve, regardless of the complexity of their requests.
We recognize that every client has unique travel needs which is why we offer bespoke travel solutions. We not only advise on the best accommodation and guides, we negotiate excellent rates to ensure that our clients receive the best value for their money. We have established great relationships with our suppliers who are always willing to go the extra mile to allow for increased flexibility, ensuring that our clients always get what they need. Rest assured, we will monitor your trip carefully every step of the way, ensuring a smooth and worry-free travel experience.
The best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is during the winter months, typically from late September to early April. This period provides the darkest and longest nights, which are ideal conditions for witnessing this natural phenomenon.
However, the specific timing within this window can vary. The Northern Lights are a natural occurrence, and their visibility depends on various factors including solar activity, weather conditions, and light pollution. The peak months are usually considered to be from October to March.
Keep in mind that clear, dark skies away from artificial light sources are crucial for optimal viewing.
Lastly, consider booking a Northern Lights tour with a reputable guide or company like Different Iceland as we have experience in finding the best viewing spots and can provide valuable insights into this natural wonder.
Iceland is most famous for its rugged landscapes and scenery. The Northern Lights, Blue Lagoon, volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls top the list of must-sees. Iceland is also famous for its history and being settled by the Vikings. It is known as “The Land of Fire and Ice” due to its contrasting landscapes
In 2022 it was made official yet again. Iceland was named the safest country in the world according to the Global Peace Index (a title it has held for over a decade now).
And it’s easy to see why Iceland is so safe when you look at the Iceland crime rate and data captured during the last in-depth analysis of crime on the island:
You can share your adventures on Instagram or other social media while you’re in the car thanks to the free WiFi in all our vehicles. Just ask your guide for assistance.
Iceland is a popular travel destination during summer (May to August) and winter holidays (December) to see the Northern Lights, though there is limited daylight in December. Iceland has a cold, temperate climate due to the North Atlantic Current that carries warm water north. The south coast is warmer, wetter, and windier, while the north experiences more snowfall. Iceland is a volcanic country with temperature extremes, ranging from 86.9°F (30.5°C) to minus 36.4°F (minus 38°C). Reykjavik, the capital and largest city, reached 76.6°F (24.8°C) and minus 12.1°F (minus 24.5°C). The hottest month is July, the coldest months are January and February, and the wettest month is September.
Hottest Month: July (57 F / 14 C)
Coldest Month: January and February (36 F / 2 C)
Wettest Month: September (4.6 inches)