A North Atlantic island full of natural wonder. ‘The land of fire and ice’ has an abundance of lava fields, mountains and glaciers. Its dramatic landscape lends itself to some thrilling activities and mesmerising sights including the Northern Lights if you are lucky enough to see them!
- Relax in the geothermal waters of the incredible azure Blue Lagoon and make your own white silica mud mask!
- Headhttps://ef-travel.co.uk/incentive-travel/#doctor8-4356 into the darkness on a Northern Lights safari to go in search of the stunning and elusive Aurora Borealis.
- Get your adrenaline pumping and go on an exhilarating snowmobile adventure to Langjokull glacier which combines excitement and beauty.
Best time to visit
Sep → Apr
If you are visiting Iceland in the hope of seeing the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) then you increase your chances between September to April, after the equinox when nights are fully dark, in comparison to the summer months. You also are more likely to see whales in September!