Aurora Borealis, the colourful dancing lights in the sky, is a natural phenomena that can be seen in all Iceland. The effect is caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. Officially, the Icelandic Northern Lights season goes from September to April, but the 64N21W season goes from October to December, because we believe this are the best months to spot it in the sky, with dark enough nights and not so much storms. Came and chase the magic Aurora with us!
Note that viewing the Northern Lights is affected by a variety of factors, such as cloud cover, moonlight and solar activity.