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Winter Holidays in Iceland

Winter Holidays in Iceland

Iceland conjures up images of huge waterfalls, glaciers, spouting geysers and steaming hot pools.

This country is almost custom made for winter adventure holidays with an endless landscape waiting to be discovered. The best way to venture into the wilderness is snowshoeing or cave and glacier exploration. Reykjavik is a small but beautiful city and provides the start and end point of most itineraries. And no winter holiday to Iceland would be complete without a visit to the steaming waters of the Blue LagoonThe breathtaking Northern Lights are regularly seen from November to late April on clear nights in latitudes close to the Arctic Circle. 


Top Winter Holidays in Iceland

Completely amazing! This is a stunning trip in spite of the short day light hours. Each day there...

Kate Mitchell, 2022 Iceland Northern Lights

Our excellent guide Nico informed and amused us as we visited some very interesting features from...

Phyllis Lampard, 2018 Iceland Northern Lights

This is an extraordinary trip even if the Northern Lights are not visible, there is nowhere else...

Nigel Bradshaw, 2017 Iceland Northern Lights