The northern lights has quickly become the main focus of people traveling to Iceland and we are ready to deliver.

The peak season for the lights is any time between October and March with no month in particular being more likely than the other. Seeing the lights themselves is an experience to remember but the method in which you search for them is what we put our focus on. Below are our top tours when it comes to the search of the Aurora Borealis.

If the tour is cancelled due to bad weather or if the Northern Lights do not show we will reschedule your clients free-of-charge. Please note though that this does not apply to the Super Jeep option.

Northern Lights Cruise

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On the tour we will take you out into the dark blue yonder of Faxaflói bay in search for the mystical phenomenon we call the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, leaving behind the bright city lights of the capital Reykjavík. Our open top viewing decks provide the perfect platform for witnessing the dazzling spectacle while our heated indoor lounge is a great place to take a break and warm up in between sightings. Our expert guide will be at hand to answer your questions while you enjoy Mother Nature’s light show and starry skies wrapped up in one of our warm overalls. On board you will find several outdoor viewing platforms and a large indoor saloon with toilet facilities and café where you can buy light refreshments.

Northern Lights by Super Jeep

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Departing from Reykjavik, embark on a mystery filled tour in a Super Jeep – an Icelandic adventure spiced with excitement and surprises. Withdrawing from the city lights into the barren landscape in the outskirt of Reykjavik we will search for the elusive Northern Lights.

Northern Lights while travelling the country


While outside of Reykjavík where the light pollution does not apply there is a chance that one might happen upon the Northern Lights. Often they are on full display during the night when everyone has gone to bed. What we offer for your clients travelling around the island is an opt-in wake-up call at their hotel.