Reykjavik Nightlife & Northern Lights

25. Aug - 15. Apr Thu-Sun About 5 hours Reykjavik Old Harbor Very easy Min 20 years old

The Reykjavik Nightlife & Northern Lights tour starts with a hosted beer and food tasting event in Reykjavik City Center, followed by a Northern Lights hunt by bus. With your expert host and guide, and a selection of excellent food and locally brewed beers to try, this tour offers a great evening out and a Northern Lights tour to remember.

The evening starts at Bryggjan Brugghus in downtown Reykjavik, close to the old harbor. This is perfect for foodies and beer enthusiasts and gives a great insight into the Icelandic food culture.  You get to know about Icelandic culture, heritage and current affairs.

After the food and beer tasting event, you will be picked up from Bryggjan Brugghus, and depart for the Northern Lights tour. For many visitors, seeing the Northern Lights is one of the main reasons for traveling to Iceland during the wintertime. They are wonderfully mysterious and beautiful and leave a lasting impression. Iceland has excellent record for frequent sightings of the Northern Lights, due to the pure air and minimal light pollution.

Tour highlights

  • Beer & food tasting at Bryggjan Brugghus
  • Experience Icelandic Food and Culture
  • Get to know about Icelandic culture & heritage
  • Northern Lights Hunt

Included

  • A Local Host / Guide
  • Six Icelandic food courses, locally sourced and cooked by Bryggjan Brugghus.
  • Beer tasting of six Icelandic Beers.
  • Knowledgeable Northern Lights & Stars guide.
  • Free use of astronomy binoculars and camera tripods.
  • In-bus audio guide, with a choice of 10 languages.

 

Good to know

The food and beer tasting event is based at Bryggjan Brugghus, located in Reykjavik Harbor.

Northern Lights departures are weather dependent and could be cancelled at short notice. In this case you can re-book the tour at no extra cost.

To make the most of our in-bus audio guide, we recommend you bring your own headphones. If you are not able to do this, these can also be purchased during the bus tour.

The weather in Iceland can be unpredictable so please dress in warm and waterproof clothing. We recommend a waterproof jacket and trousers, hats and gloves and good walking boots.

Please note that the age limit for this tour is 20 years old.

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