How To Enjoy A Successful Northern Lights Tour In Iceland

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Visiting a specific site or a landmark is easy, but things tend to get slightly complicated when you’re chasing the Northern Lights. To see it or to take pictures of it, you need to make plans. After all, Aurora is a natural phenomenon, and it has its own whims. It occurs when particles collide into each other, and you can see it only when the atmospheric conditions are right. Unlike the common folk, the professionals of travel agencies can mostly predict the occurrence of the Northern Lights.

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How To Enjoy A Successful Northern Lights Tour In Iceland Visiting a specific site or a landmark is easy, but things tend to get slightly complicated when you’re chasing the Northern Lights. To see it or to take pictures of it, you need to make plans. After all, Aurora is a natural phenomenon, and it has its own whims. It occurs when particles collide into each other, and you can see it only when the atmospheric conditions are right. Unlike the common folk, the professionals of travel agencies can mostly predict the occurrence of the Northern Lights.

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Going near the Arctic Circle: Iceland and a few other nations are the closest to the Arctic Circle. If you’re really fortunate, you might see the Northern Lights from the window of your hotel room in Reykjavik. Since it happens rarely, your best bet is to book Northern lights vacation packages Iceland. You will ride out at night on a minibus towards the northern areas of the nation which are close to the Arctic Circle.

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Go in winter While the Northern Lights appear throughout the year, it is best to visit Iceland in winter if you’re after the Aurora Borealis. Most of the areas which are close to the Arctic zone experience twenty-four hours of sunlight for six months of a year. That is why most Northern lights vacation packages Iceland are available in the winter season . The perfect time range to see the Northern Lights is between September and January.

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Away from the city The only reason why you can’t get a clear view of the Northern Lights from the city is light pollution. Like in any other major city, the streets are full of streetlamps and headlights of cars. Naturally, the atmosphere ceases to remain entirely dark. You need to go to a place where there isn’t any artificial light illuminating the surroundings. The guides working with top travel agencies know of such sites.

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Cold is good Since most of the significant cities in the world experience bitter winters, hanging out in the freezing weather won’t be a favorable option for you. Then again, if you want an unforgettable sight of the Aurora which you can capture in photographs as well, you need the climate to be as cold as possible. The professionals of travel agencies say that the chances of seeing the Aurora get better when cold conditions prevail.

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No issues with the moon: Now that you know that you need pitch-black darkness to witness the phenomenon of the Aurora, you must be wondering whether the moon is going to cause problems or not. You don’t have to wait for a new noon night as you can spot the Northern Lights even on a full moon gracing the sky. In fact, the moon looks beautiful surrounded by the lights.

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Expectations and results One thing which you should never lose both in life and while hunting for the Northern Lights, is hope. No travel agency can guarantee you that you will see the Northern Lights. All they can do is provide you with a chance to see it. The best part is the most reputable travel agencies arrange for a second chance if you don’t see anything on the first go. This second chance will be completely free of cost. Always remember that the Aurora is a natural phenomenon, and appears when the conditions are perfect.

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