Northern Lights & Sky Lagoon Tour

September - March Daily About 6.5 hours Reykjavík with pick up included Easy Min 12 years old

This tour is the perfect way to experience all the best Iceland has to offer- Geothermal pools, and the Northern Lights.

You’ll begin by being picked up at your hotel or guesthouse before being whisked away to the latest oceanside Geothermal Spa in Iceland, Sky Lagoon.

The dramatic North Atlantic Ocean stretches out endlessly before you. Above, glowing sunsets and stormy skies dazzle the senses. Join us for rejuvenation and inspiration at the edge of the world.

After the relaxing bath, we will take you back to Reykjavík where you will have some free time before you begin your hunt for the Northern Lights in Iceland! A truly unforgettable experience!

Our tour takes you to see a spectacular phenomenon which can be seen from late August to mid-April. The northern lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the Magnetic Pole.

We’ll whisk you away far from the bright city lights that pollute the sky, where our expert Northern Lights guides will find the perfect viewing location (which varies day-to-day depending on weather conditions). The commute can be anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes outside of the city to guarantee the very best visibility.

The tour is guided by specially trained Northern Lights guides, who are both knowledgeable and always happy to help, just ask! Our guides have decades of experience in analyzing the Northern Lights forecast. Therefore, the tour will not depart unless there is a high chance of auroras, resulting in a high success ratio.

Tour highlights

  • Experience the beauty of the Aurora Borealis
  • Relax in Iceland’s newest Geothermal spa
  • 7 Step Spa Ritual


  • Pick up and drop off from Reykajvík
  • Admission to Sky Lagoon and 7 Step Spa Ritual & Towel
  • Northern Lights Tour
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Professional English-speaking guide

Not included

  • Food and drink

Good to know

  • Departures for the Northern Light Tours are dependent on weather and the tour will only take place if the Northern Lights forecast is favourable.
  • The weather in Iceland is unpredictable and to see the Northern Lights you may have to stand outside for some time. Please remember to wear water- and windproof clothing (including shoes) that will keep you warm and dry. We recommend bringing thermal layers, a winter hat, scarf, gloves, and warm socks as well.
  • Don’t forget your swimsuit!


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