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Iceland Northern Lights tour packages from Thrillophilia offer spectacular vacation in this unreal destination. With our packages, tourists can experience mesmerizing aurora activity in the country during the early September and April end period, depending on solar activity and weather conditions. Iceland is home to many active volcanoes so along with spotting the Northern lights, our specially crafted tours give the visitors a chance to visit the volcanic black sand beach of Reynisfjara situated amid dark basalt cliffs.

Iceland's Northern lights tour also offers a chance to visit the famous Golden Circle route, which gives the tourists a glimpse of the Gullfoss waterfall, Strokkur Geyser, and many more. Refresh your mind with a tou?r of the wonderful waterfalls of Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss and dive into the freshwaters. Take a walk at Diamond Beach and witness the scattered ice floor of the beach.

Take a dip into the famous Blue Lagoon hot springs that offer a steamy relaxation with mineral-rich waters. Our expert tour guides are well aware of the weather conditions and help tourists in experiencing the northern light flickerings at the right time and place. Iceland is home to many icebergs, and tourists can witness the famous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.Our tour packages offer the best of Iceland and you will get extremely good deals and discounts when booking with us.
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Alluring Iceland With Northern Lights Tour


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₹ 139,699

₹ 121,500 per Adult

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Northern Lights Iceland Tour from India


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Priding in its raw, unchanged splendor, the beauty of Iceland beckons to all. Nestled on the Arctic Notion, this Nordic country is a goldmine of history and natural prowess alike. Home to some of the most dramatic landscapes in the world, the island of Iceland is a must-visit for those with an eye for the aesthetic. Making its way through Reykjavik and Alftroo, the Northern Lights Iceland Tour from India seeks to offer a slice of this selfsame beauty to its travelers. Home to the world-famous Golden Circle and the majestic Thingvellir National Park, these Icelandic cities are bound to leave you spellbound. Walkthrough the heart of angry volcanoes, or sit behind and watch geysers erupt- there is much to see and do here.

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₹ 132,468

₹ 102,000 per Adult

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8 Days Iceland Northern Lights Tour


- Iceland is a Nordic island country that is world-renowned for the occurrence of the natural phenomenon of Northern Lights. Along with that, this beautiful country is also boastful of volcanoes, craters, hot springs, geysers, glaciers and a contrasting landscape. Moreover, Thrillophilia has come up with the Iceland Northern Lights Tour that will let you not only witness the lit up night-sky but also many other attractions like - National Parks, Glacial Lakes, Black Sand Beach and moreover a course of 8 days.

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₹ 208,750

₹ 167,000 per Adult

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Iceland Northern Lights Tour, Book Now @ Flat 24% off
Iceland Northern Lights Tour, Book Now @ Flat 24% off



Also known as Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights make for a truly spellbinding celestial display, which propels a heavy influx of hopeful tourists from all over the world. Standing on a frozen sheet of land and catching a glimpse of the gorgeous emerald lights dancing across the starry night sky is surely a dreamy experience to cherish for a lifetime. This Iceland northern lights tour  will let you head to the most ideal spots to get the clearest sight of the mysteriously flickering lights.What to expect Iceland Northern Lights Tour:Visit the best spot  Northern LightsGet picked from your Reykjavik accommodation and head towards the site where the shining Aurora Borealis can be observed the best that night. You will spend the evening chasing the awe-inspiring Borealis or may get to see it immediately. Get free entry to the Aurora Reykjavik exhibitionOn the day of your Iceland northern lights tour, you will be able to grab a free admission to the Aurora Reykjavik Exhibition. This exhibition hall will let you capture the northern Lights and explore loads of myths and legends. Observe this natural phenomenon with our professional tour guidesOn this northern lights bus tour Iceland to sight the northern lights, you will be assisted with some of our professional tour guide to Iceland northern lights tour who are well versed with many forgein languages as well as with the tits and bits of this exceptional natural phenomenon. Witness the magic with no worries of transportationThis tour will start right from your location towards the direction of Northern Lights and end back at the same starting point. This half day bus tour is well curated and there is no need to worry about transportation. Know before you go:Timings: At 22.30 from August 15th - August 24th & April 15th to April 25th.               At 22.00 from August 25th to October 15th & 15th March to 14th April.               At 20.00 & 21.00 from October 16th - March 14th.Reaching there: Address: Reykjavik Terminal, Skógarhlíð 10.By Bus: You can easily catch local city buses plying via Bústaðavegur to reach the terminal within 5minutes from the city centre.By Taxi: If you are new to the city, then it would be better to book a taxi to drop you at the terminal from where your tour will start. Child age: Children with age in the range of 4-10 years can be a part of this half day tour. Infants Age: Infants with age below 4 can join for free. Insider Information: The best time to witness this enchanting natural phenomenon would be in between the month of September and the month of March. You would be able to sight the best views of the Northern Lights in clear and cloudless skies. 

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₹ 3,907

₹ 2,940

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Northern Lights Tour Iceland Reykjavik
Northern Lights Tour Iceland Reykjavik



Go hunting for Aurora Borealis and enjoy a miraculous experience of watching the natural light show in the sky from a perfect spot with the Northern Lights day tour Iceland. Witness nature's phenomena with a small group of experienced hunters and professional guides in a very comfortable vehicle after getting picked up from your hotel. The Northern Lights tour Reykjavik Iceland also offers free entry to the Aurora Reykjavik exhibition.  What to Expect From Northern Lights Tour Iceland Reykjavik: Hunt for the magical Aurora Borealis:Escape the city's artificial lights and enjoy a lifetime experience of watching natural shows of the dancing Northern Lights through Northern Lights tour Reykjavik Iceland. The hunt takes you to different locations to spot and capture the perfect views of majestic Aurora Borealis. The shooting rays lightening up the sky will surely make you fall in love with the place and moments to cherish forever.Enjoy the company of a team of skilled hunters and professional guides:Enjoy every moment of the hunt as the Northern Lights day tour Iceland ensures to make your trip an unforgettable one. The team of skilled hunters and guides take care of all measures to maximize the possibilities of seeing the dancing lights in full glory.Free pickup and drop off from selected locations in Reykjavik:No need to arrange for the convenience, as you will be picked from your hotel by a professional driver and an English speaking guide in a comfortable vehicle. You will be dropped to the same location after the Northern Lights tour Iceland Reykjavik is over.Free entrance to Aurora Reykjavik exhibition:Do not get disheartened if you were not able to see the Aurora Borealis, you still can appreciate and learn more about brilliant auroral representations in an interactive exhibition.Northern Lights tour Iceland Reykjavik also includes a free entrance to the grand Aurora Reykjavik Museum. Know before you go:Meeting Point: Please meet at the designated pickup spots at 5:30 PM and please note that pickup can sometimes take 30 minutes.Timings:  Evening after 6 PM-Youth age: 12-17-Infant age: 0-11Insider Tips: Guides will uncover the scientific secrets about Aurora Borealis and supervise you to the perfect spots to capture the best possible memories.

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₹ 7,290

₹ 5,830

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Northern Lights Boat Tour Iceland


Join the Northern Lights boat tour Iceland to enjoy a wonderful boat cruise to the bay of Faxaflói and hunt for the stunning Northern Lights. Get the expert advice of trained local guides to watch and capture the Auroral show from the best locations. Didn't get the chance to view the natural light show, get a complimentary ticket to revisit plus a visit to the Whales Exhibition on the booked night.What To Expect From Northern Lights Boat Tour IcelandAmazing boat cruise:Start your Northern Lights boat tour Iceland with a serene boat cruise from Reykjavik to the peaceful Faxaflói Bay. The boat ride not only lets you experience the surrounding elegance but provides you multiple opportunities to capture the untouched beauty.Stunning views of Northern Lights:Enjoy an outstanding experience of watching dancing Northern lights away from Reykjavik's artificial lights and in a serene environment. Witness exceptional views of different shapes, colors, and patterns of dancing lights with this private Northern Lights tour Iceland, which lets you cherish the moments exclusively. Expert advises of the local guide:Get a deep insight into the secrets, science, and stories behind this supernatural phenomenon and view the light show in full glory from the best spots in the guidance of a local and experienced guide. He will also help you click the best pictures from the best angles and provide you with every minute detail you want to learn about the Reykjavik sightseeing Northern Lights.Complimentary revisit and entry to the Whales Exhibition:If you do not get lucky enough to spot the Northern Lights, don't get disheartened. You will get a complimentary ticket for revisiting the Northern Lights boat tour Iceland and will also get the chance to visit the Whales Exhibition on the same night.Know Before You GoMeeting Point: The ticket office at the Old Harbor Meeting Time: As mentioned on the voucherAddress: Ægisgarður 13, 101 ReykjavíkGetting There: Take bus 1, 6 to Hlemmur and walk for 9 minTimings:10 p.m. - September, 15th March to 15th April9 p.m. - October to 15th of MarchYouth Age: 7-15Child Age: 0-6 Insider Tips:Children of age 0 to 6 may participate for freeBe at the meeting point 15 minutes before the scheduled timeWear layers of warm clothes and carry a waterproof set of clothes 

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37 Ratings

₹ 8,429

₹ 6,490 per Adult

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Reykjavik Excursions Whale Watching and Northern Lights Tour


Whale watching and northern lights happen to be the most loved tourist attraction in Reykjavik, Iceland. These adventure-filled thrilling Reykjavik excursions whale watching will take you close to some of the enchanting landscapes and natural beauty of Iceland. Taking this tour from Thrillophilia, you will be able to explore the activities of the biggest mammal on the planet earth as well as experience the magical natural phenomenon of the enthralling northern lights cruising on a boat. What to expect From Reykjavik Excursions Whale Watching & Northern Lights Tour:Embark on a well-curated cruise tour in Faxafloi BayOn this Reykjavik excursion whale watching, you will be taken out for a two part voyage that begins with an adventure cruise tour on the azure blue waters of the ocean to sight the biggest mammals in their natural habitat. Experience the magical northern lightsTaking this whale watching Iceland Reykjavik in Iceland, you will also be able to see the magical northern lights phenomenon from the cruise in the middle of the ocean. You will be told more about this natural phenomenon from the tour guides who are knowledgeable and experienced with this phenomenon of nature. Get amazed by the cosmic dance of the Aurora BorealisThe famous Aurora Borealis will certainly leave you awestruck with its wonderful sight in the dark arctic sky on a whale watching iceland Reykjavik tour. Natural phenomenon from our expert guidesTaking this luxury northern lights tours iceland, you will surely improve your cosmic skills after understanding the deep concepts associated with these magical incidents that take place in the dark arctic sky of Iceland. Know before you go:Timings: Whale WatchingJanuary - May and 16 September - December: 1:00 PMJune - 15 September: 2:00 PMMarch - 15 November: 9:00 AMNorthern Light CruiseSeptember: 10:00 PMOctober -14 March: 9:00 PM15 March -15 April: 10:00 PMReaching there: Address: Reykjavik Sailors, Hlésgata Vesturbugt F101, 101 Reykjavík, IcelandBy Bus: In order to reach the pickup location, you can take a local bus no. 14 to Mýrargata stop and then walk for 2 minutes to arrive at the destination. By Cab: You can book a cab from your hotel location to the pickup location close to Mýrargata. Child Age: Children with age in the range of 0 - 6 are allowed for this activity without any charges but they would need to book the tickets at the time of checkout. Insider Information: You should carry Warm outdoor clothing, Waterproof jackets and pants, Headwear, Gloves, and Hiking shoes. 

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39 Ratings

₹ 9,700

₹ 8,120 per Adult

People Also Ask About Northern Lights Tours in Iceland

  1. Where is the best place to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?

    1. Vik: Vik is a beautiful village on the southern coast of Iceland. A short drive from Reykjavik, Vik is home to black sand beaches and large Basalt columns. The flickering of the Northern Lights provides a beautiful view of the black rocks.

    The Northern light glimpse can be seen at night, but tourists can enjoy fishing in Vik during the daytime.

    When to see: The best time to visit Vik with Iceland northern lights tour is between October and March. During this period, the aurora activities of the Northern Lights can be seen with a clear sky. For tourists to get comfortable under a blanket and enjoy the Northern Light experience, midnight being the best hour to have a surreal experience.

    2. Reykjavik: Reykjavik being the capital of Iceland is considered Iceland's biggest city and houses many parks and recreational spaces to be amongst nature.

    This place provides a wider view of the Northern Lights, and the chances of tourists witnessing the Lights is much higher. Reykjavik is a place that acts as an escapism from reality and into a dark world with a stunning Light show.

    When to see: The best time to visit Reykjavik would be between October and April. Winter provides longer nights for the season, and Northern Light spotting increases during the midnight hours. With Iceland's northern lights tour, tourist can spend their time in Reykjavik stargazing at night with a clear sky above their head.

    3. North Iceland and the Westfjords: The North Iceland and the Westfjords is a small place further away from Reykjavik. Since it lies further away from the main city, the crowd is less, and the skies are generally clear. This increases tourists' chances of spotting the flickering of the Northern Lights and a wider sky for a proper show.

    When to see: Some places in Iceland have 19 hours of darkness during winter nights. North Iceland and the Westfjords regions experience longer nights during winters, generally between November and early February. Longer nights and clearer skies act as a major advantage for grasping the true colours of the Northern Lights.

    4. Jökulsárlón: Jökulsárlón is a place located in the southeast part on the outskirts of Reykjavik city. Slightly away from the city light, this place is considered one of the best places for Northern Light spotting in Reykjavik.

    It is a glacial lagoon with black sand beaches that offer a stunning view of the red and green lights of the aurora borealis.

    When to see: Since this place is within Reykjavik city, the best time to visit this place would be between October and April. Tourists can take a boat ride from the harbour at midnight during Northern Light spotting but adhere to certain safety precautions.

    5. Laugardalur: Laugardalur is an ideal place where residents of Iceland country and Reykjavik city venture into outdoor activities like hiking and long walks for a breath of fresh air. This place is on the outskirts of Reykjavik and is an ideal place as it stays away from the urban city lights that distract the Northern Light spotting.

    When to see: The best time to visit Laugardalur is during late winters around November end/December. The sport centres and outdoor thermal pools stay open for tourists and visitors till 10 pm. With Iceland's northern lights tour, a tourist can indulge in Northern Light spotting at midnight by setting up camps in the desired natural surroundings.

    6. Akureyri: Akureyri is a small city located in the northernmost corner of Iceland. The city is famously known for its port and snow-peaked mountains that engulf the city with a pleasant environment and surreal sounds of nature. This place provides an amazing view of the Northern Lights, the condition being the weather and sky cloud patterns.

    When to see: The best time to visit Akureyri is during early winters, around October and/November start. Since this place is at the northernmost corner of the country, it offers clear skies for most of the year. So, tourists can have a chance of Light spotting even during August.

    7. Threngsli: Threngsli is a secluded place in Iceland that remains untouched by the urban population for most parts. The clear flat land and appropriate climate conditions help in easy Northern Light spotting.

    Since it is away from city lights with minimum to no sound distractions, this place offers a view that gives tourists a true sense of the magnificent colours of the Northern Lights.

    When to see: Some places in Iceland have unpredictable weather patterns, and Threngsli is one such place. Tourists can expect Northern Light spotting during winters, but there are chances of summer night spotting or around August/September.

    8. Djúpavík: Djúpavík is a coastal town in Iceland that is considered one of the best places for Northern Light spotting. Many tourists are unaware of this place, and Djúpavík remains unexplored by many.

    Iceland's northern lights tour explores this place as it captures the colour hues of red, blue, purple, and pink of the Northern Lights, unlike any place in Iceland.

    When to see: Djúpavík is ideal for visiting around the start of January as tourists can expect a clear sky and wider Northern Light flickering patterns. Midnight after 1 is considered the best time for tourists to experience the full potential of the Light gazing experience.

    9. Látrabjarg: Látrabjarg is considered a place in Iceland with one of the longest sea cliffs that stretch throughout 14 Km. Steep windy cliffs and natural habitats like puffins and seals all around offer a relaxing place for tourists to spend their time. During Northern Light spotting, the sea and the surrounding cliffs provide a glamorous and gorgeous view of the lights.

    When to see: This place offers Northern Light spotting during December month on perfect weather conditions. Apart from Northern Light spotting, tourists can also explore this place during the daytime, considering the long seaside cliffs with a windy environment for the perfect relaxation experience.

  2. Which are the Best Places to stay for Northern Lights in Iceland?

    1. Harbour View Cottages: The Harbour View Cottages are 15 minutes away from Reykjavik city's Blue lagoon. They are among the best places for tourists to stay in personal cottages when visiting with friends and family.

    The cottage also offers an excellent view of the Northern Lights during certain weather conditions. All the cottages are well maintained and are serviced every day and as per the needs of the tourist.

    Location: The Harbour View Cottages are located in Hópsvegur, in the Grindavik 240 region of Iceland.
    Price: This place offers a price of $227 per night for 1 basic cottage. The package further includes complimentary breakfast and free visiting to the front patio without extra hourly charges.

    2. Panorama Glass Lodge: The Panorama Glass Lodge offers personal glass lounges for tourists. The glass lounges offer a mesmerizing view of the surrounding natural habitat among snow-clad cliffs and the waterside. Panorama Glass Lodge offers lodges at different locations that face the Reykjavik, Hvalfjörður and Hella regions.

    Tourists have the liberty to choose from their preferred region and surrounding views. It provides a glass lodge that lets tourists stargaze and be among the natural surroundings without stepping out. On lucky occasions, visitors can expect a dancing light show of the Northern Lights.

    Location: The Panorama Glass Lodge is located in Austurkrókur 1, Hella in Iceland. It is 159 Km away from Keflavik International Airport.
    Price: The Panorama Glass Lodge offers a package of $405 per night with a private lodge. The tourists can choose the lodge from the Reykjavik, Hvalfjörður, and Hella regions that they prefer with a view of their choice.

    3. Klettar Tower Iceland: The Klettar Tower Iceland is a simple lighthouse that houses compact cabins. Each compact cabin has a personal platform and a panoramic platform at the top of the tower for tourists to glimpse the natural surroundings and habitats. The place offers a great view of the Northern Lights from tourist's rooms.

    Location: The Klettar Tower Iceland is located in 801 Skeiða- og Gnúpverjahreppur in Iceland.
    Price: The tower offers a basic package of $171 per night, inclusive of all cabin amenities and refreshments. The tower also offers flexible checkout timings depending on the duration and time of stay without extra charges.

    4. Hotel Rangá: Hotel Rangá is a hotel in Iceland best known for its stargazing observatory and mesmerizing view of the Hekla volcano. It is considered one of Iceland's best hotels for tourists, Northern Light spotting from their rooms and public lounges inside the premises.

    Tourists have an option of arranging a wake-up call by the hotel staff during Northern Light spotting season for no extra charge.

    Location: Hotel Rangá is located in the quiet 851 Hella regions of Iceland near the Hekla volcano in Iceland.
    Price: Hotel Rangá has a variety of rooms to offer. The Standard Room is $380 per night, and the Deluxe Room has a price of $ 533 per night; Deluxe superior rooms offer $668 per night inclusive of all hotel amenities.

    The hotel also has Suites of various kinds, like the Junior Suite, which offers $872 per night and Master Suites for $1205 per night. All rooms and suites have extra amenities based on the package selected by the tourist.

    5. Northern Light Inn: As the name suggests, this hotel is best known for its mesmerizing view of the Northern Lights during the appropriate season between November and March. This hotel offers 42 comfortable rooms with a 24/7 honesty bar and free lagoon shuttles.

    Tourists have the option to arrange for wake-up calls by the hotel staff for Northern Light gazing at the right time. The hotel also has an in-house restaurant that offers delicious Nordic Cuisine accompanied by surrounding natural views with high, large glass panels.

    Location: The Northern Light Inn Hotel is located in the southern 241 Grindavik region, on 1 Northern Lights Road of Iceland.
    Price: The hotel has a wide range of rooms to choose from. The Deluxe, Double, Twin, and Triple rooms come with different price ranges for personal tourist needs, but the base price starts at $173 per night. The hotel also offers Family rooms from $250 onwards per night.

  3. What are the Northern Lights?

    The Northern Light is an astronomical phenomenon that occurs when solar activity ejects a cloud of gas. This cloud of gas collides with the earth's magnetic field, and the field causes currents to be generated along the magnetic poles. When these currents are hit by nitrogen and oxygen atoms in the earth's upper atmosphere, it produces a flow of vibrant auroral lights.

    The Northern lights are also referred to as Aurora borealis that occasionally become visible to people on earth during the night sky at a specific time of the month and depend on the region's weather conditions at the time.

  4. What is the best time of year to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?

    For anyone who wants to witness the magnificent Northern Lights in Iceland, they must go when there is proper solar activity and clear night skies. Wintertime is considered the best time for people to visit Iceland to witness the Northern Lights with Iceland northern lights tour.

    The Northern Light period generally stretches from September to April, when solar activity is at its peak. The nights are longer with a clear sky in the winter days, which helps in the Aurora Borealis spotting. During the Aurora Borealis period, the lights can typically be seen from mid-afternoon till almost noon the other day.

  5. What are the conditions to witness Northern lights in Iceland?

    The Aurora Borealis or the Northern Lights in Iceland typically require a strong solar activity that forms the gas cloud to collide with the earth’s magnetic field at the appropriate time. This would enable the formation of currents that form the lights.

    Another important condition is a clear sky and generally longer nighttime. A clear sky helps in spotting the Northern Lights clearly without any disturbance in the sky. Even excess light or noise pollution from the earth may disturb the Aurora Borealis formation. A longer night, as observed in winters, helps in extended spotting hours. A summer night sky is typically short, and chances of spotting the Northern Lights become less.

  6. How can I photograph the northern lights?

    Taking a photograph of the Northern Lights may seem easy, but it requires a proper setting and camera specification that captures the true essence of the light. A smartphone camera may do the work provided it has a 60 Mp camera lens with a steady night mode.

    It is best to get your smartphone settings configured before photography. A DSLR with an ISO sensitivity setting between 400 and 800+ is considered best for capturing the stunning Northern Lights.

    It helps capture every colour and contrast with precision and quality. Adjusting the shutter speed also helps in capturing the right moment at the right time. The Aurora Borealis is a bit tricky to capture into an image that looks exactly like the experience.

  7. Which part of Iceland is best for the Northern Lights?

    The Westfjords region in Iceland is considered one of the best places for Northern Light spotting. The Westfjords region is a large peninsula located on the northwest side of Iceland. It has long winter nights and clear skies, offering the optimum weather for the Aurora Borealis activity to take place.
  8. Can you see the northern lights in Reykjavik?

    Yes. You can witness the Northern Lights in Reykjavik. It is Iceland's capital city and has many large parks and recreational places that provide the optimum sky view for Northern Light spotting. Grótta Lighthouse in Reykjavik is one of the best places in the city to witness the Northern Lights in its full glory.

  9. Is Iceland good for the Northern Lights?

    Yes. Iceland is considered one of the best places to witness the Northern Light activities. Since it is in the Northernmost part of the world, the solar activity associated with the magnetic field of the poles is stronger in the region. This provides the perfect weather and solar condition for the Aurora Borealis activity to occur.

  10. How many days do you need to see Iceland?

    To explore Iceland and all its regions, a trip of 8-12 days or 1-2 weeks is generally perfect. With the Iceland northern lights tour, visit the capital city Reykjavik and explore the famous Golden Circle route and get a glimpse of all things Iceland offers.

    Planning a trip with all the essentials is advised as the weather in Iceland is generally colder and goes to a minimum of 10 degrees Celsius on a normal day.

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Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen