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The Northern Lights viewing success rate for our Iceland tours for winter 2018-2019 were 65% or better

We have high hopes for the 2019-2020 winter season so book now!

Discover the spectacular Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Browse our selection of these truly once in a lifetime adventure tours.

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New Year Celebration in Reykjavik
4 Days / 1 locations in Iceland
From $1655 Per Person Double Occupancy
New Year

The fireworks displays on New Year’s Eve in Iceland have to be seen to be believed. On this evening, the ban on fireworks is lifted and citizens use the opportunity to the fullest, lighting up the night sky with a massive, brilliant show of blazing colours as far as the eye can see. View Itinerary & Departures »

North Norway Aurora Borealis, Hike & Sail
8 Days / 1 locations in Norway
From $2750 Per Person Double Occupancy
S/V Rembrandt van Rijn

During this trip, hikes are offered (with snowshoes if needed). Snowshoeing is easy and for anyone with good health and good physical condition. It requires no technical knowledge. With the use of snowshoes you can move faster and safer on the snow surface. View Itinerary & Departures »

South Iceland Adventure
5 Days / 7 locations in Iceland
From $1765 Per Person Double Occupancy

Discover Iceland’s wild and authentic side on this exclusive Golden Circle and South Coast SuperJeep exploration with one of our best guides. You‘ll enjoy exciting adventures and discoveries such as glacier hiking, ice cave exploring and bathing in the Secret Lagoon! View Itinerary & Departures »

Taste of Winter Magic in Norway
8 Days / 9 locations in Norway
From $2086 Per Person Double Occupancy

Experience the magic of winter in beautiful Norway ! View Itinerary & Departures »

Try Alta and Snorrisniva Igloo Hotel
4 Days / 1 locations in Norway
From $2151 Per Person Double Occupancy

Alta is a great choice for visitors seeking to experience the magic of the Northern Lights. Sinc year 2000 Alta has been named the city of the Northern Lights. The stable climate with many days of clear sky and the very good weather conditions are reasons why several international scientific expeditions carried out in Alta. In 1899 Kristian Birkeland built the world's first Northern Lights observatory at the top of Mt. Haldde. Visitors have always been delighted by the Northern Lights, which are also called the Aurora Borealis, and there are many myths associated with them. When visiting Alta, you can learn more about what the Northern Lights actually are and the best way of seeing them, and obviously more about the myths and stories associated with them. View Itinerary & Departures »

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