Northern Lights – PRIVATE TOUR

Iceland, Reykjavík

Traditional experience hosted by Travelling Iceland

09:00 UTC
5 hours, 55 minutes
Upto 10 guests
Hosted in English

What you'll do?

Enjoy Northern Lights – Private tour

Looking for a private Northern Lights tour in Iceland? We will offer you a customized private tour where you can enjoy the Northern Lights away from the big crowds. With various vehicles available, we organize tailor-made tours for couples, families, and groups.

Your tour may, for example, include a stop at a delightful restaurant in the countryside or a sparkling surprise to celebrate a special occasion.

With regular vehicles, super jeeps, and minibusses available, we will create the perfect private tour for you.

All private tours include pickup and drop-off in Reykjavík. On all tours, you will be accompanied by a local driver/guide who will look for the best place to observe the Northern Lights.

Since the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, the best place to see them varies

Tour duration

4 – 6 hours


August to April


8:30 PM



Not  Included

Pickup at your accommodation

Professional Local Guide


Free WiFi

Hot Drink and Kleina

Drop-off at your accommodation

What to bring

Bring warm and waterproof clothes

A camera is always good to have

Hunting for The Northern Lights

This tour will take you on a hunt for the Northern Lights. We will find the best place to spot the Northern Lights and experience the magic being under the Aurora Borealis.

  Northern Lights    Program


Pick up between 8:00 – 8:30 PM, at your accommodation, or meet us at bus stop number 8, next to Hallgrímskirkja church. Wait for the Travelling Iceland vehicle.

We will find the best place to spot the Northern Lights, depending on weather conditions and overcast.


What time we arrive in Reykjavík depends on the weather and the hour of the lights.

Travelling Iceland's commitment to safety

This host committed to Sonema COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines—including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practicing good hygiene, and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.