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Iceland Excursions Northern Light mystery Tour
Iceland

Join Iceland Excursions for a mysterious trip, on a dark night, any time from the onset of autumn darkness until the light nights of spring, witness one of nature’s most spectacular displays; the phenomenon called 'the Northern Lights'. Far from the glow of the city, hunt for the elusive Northern Lights – also known as the Aurora Borealis. Together we will search for these magnificent auroras.

On a clear night, you may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the heaven in dramatic shapes, colours, patterns and sizes. The Northern Lights are visible from September through April but can only be seen on a clear night.

Iceland Excursions are members of SAF, The Icelandic Travel Industry Association and Gray Line Worldwide.

Read more about Iceland Excursions here.
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