Northern Lights season in Iceland starts later this month so it’s time to book your winter escape. In addition to Northern Lights, Iceland offers pristine natural areas, geothermal wonders, stunning landscapes, and an array of outdoor adventures in the winter.
Don’t let the name fool you. Iceland’s climate is moderate in the winter with average daily temperatures at around 32°F. Explore ice caves, soak in hot springs, go snorkeling or scuba diving in Þingvellir Lake, drive an Arctic Truck to a backcountry hut, and more.
Are you thinking of a winter escape to Iceland? Contact one of our destination specialists for insider tips and itinerary suggestions.