The Northern Lights
hen you’re in Iceland in the winter, changes are high that you’re in Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis season. The nights are pitch black, and they‘re long. That means that if you‘re visiting right now, your chances are as high as they can be of catching the ever elusive, yet beautiful lights!
During the ever bright summers of Iceland, they’re completely impossible to see – so a big crowd of would-be visitors to our country await the winter with excitement, as the lights are truly an impressive sight. However, nothing‘s for free in this world – and neither are the Northern Lights. You’re never guaranteed to see them and luck always plays a fair part. Sometimes they decide to play nice and dance around for awe struck visitors, but at other times they won’t show, even though all conditions indicate a light spectacle should be showing.