Spectacular northern lights
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Spectacular northern lights

Nothern lights above Hveragerði village
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Nothern lights above Hveragerði village

Making a toast at Fjöruborðið
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Making a toast at Fjöruborðið

The delicious lobster soup
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

The delicious lobster soup

Fjöruborðið restaurant is known for lobster
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Fjöruborðið restaurant is known for lobster

Icelandic lobster is small but tasty
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Icelandic lobster is small but tasty

Tasting some delicious lobster
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Tasting some delicious lobster

By the black sand beach
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

By the black sand beach

Driving on the black sand beach
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Driving on the black sand beach

Getting a little taste of Icelandic Brennivín
Photo: Nanna Dís

Getting a little taste of Icelandic Brennivín

Northern lights and steam from a nearby geothermal area
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Northern lights and steam from a nearby geothermal area

Northern lights above Þorlákshöfn village
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Northern lights above Þorlákshöfn village

Iceland Northern Lights and Lobster Jeep Tour - ILR06

Northern Lights tour from Reykjavik, with black sand beaches and a lobster feast!

Difficulty:

EASY

HARD

Price from:  

Adult: 37900

Departures: Sept 1st - April 15th: Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7pm. Other departures upon request

Duration: 5 hours

Pick up: Participants are picked up at hotel or guest house between 6:30 and 6:50pm

We provide: Lobster feast, driver-tour guide, and Icelandic schnapps

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  • Tour Description

    An unforgettable evening out under the magical winter sky.

    Best enjoyed well away from any light source, you will be whisked out of Reykjavik in search of a night sky that is free of city lights.

    Before continuing our search for the wonders of the night sky, we will head down to the black sandy beaches of the south for some Icelandic delicacies. The road takes us to one of Iceland’s most renowned seafood restaurants for an unforgettable lobster feast. Once our taste buds have been tantalised, the search for those mysterious lights of the winter sky will then continue all the way back to Reykjavík.

    Languages: English (French, Scandinavian, German upon request)

    Price for Children (8-12): 28.500 ISK

    * Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon and sightings, therefore, cannot be guaranteed.

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