Who for? Anyone with a passion for the aurora who wishes to experience Iceland’s wild charms in the company of like-minded travellers
** Winter 2013/14 Solar Max book now **
On this enticing short break stay in fabulous accommodation, enjoy excellent dining, relax in a hot tub with a glass of wine, explore picturesque scenery and, hopefully, witness the magical northern lights.
- Choose from Iceland's finest countryside properties
- If you wish, hotel staff will wake you during the night should a northern lights display occur
- All properties are ideal for exploring Iceland's natural wonders by day
- Visit Reykjavik as well as the Golden Circle trio of natural wonders
This ranch-style hotel sits in a prime location in South Iceland under vast, wide open skies that make it an ideal spot for viewing the northern lights. Indeed, it has long held reputation for excellent northern lights sightings and the friendly staff are on hand to share their considerable knowledgeable with fellow 'aurora watchers'.
The remote and tranquil location makes Hotel Glymur another superb choice for aurora viewing. This boutique property is beautifully situated overlooking stunning Hvalfjordur in West Iceland and offers a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere.
New for 2013, Hotel ION is located near to lake Thingvallavatn adjacent to the lavascapes of Thingvellir National Park. Boasting innovative design and stylish comfort, it also has its own spa facility, perfect for relaxing after a day exploring.
All 3 countryside hotels have outdoor hot-tubs and are truly amongst Iceland's finest. Whichever you choose, the staff will be happy to arrange to wake you in the night should a display of the aurora occur!
And with one night spent at the aptly named Northern Light Inn - set amongst a great expanse of lavascape next to the Blue Lagoon, or Grand Hotel Reykjavik - located just a few minutes walk from Reykjavik's main shopping street and within easy reach of many of the capital's main attractions, your Icelandic encounter is complete.
Group sizes are usually around 15-25 people (maximum 29).