If you plan to see the Aurora Borealis, you should know that the best time to see Northern Lights in Iceland in 2019 is during late autumn and during winter time.
During winter time one of the best things do do in Iceland is watching the north lights as they are such a beautiful and unique phenomena, I cannot properly express what I felt when I first saw it.
During winter timer, best locations to see the northen lights Iceland are not so easy accessible as there can be closed roads because of weather conditions. When the roads are not closed you will most likely find ice and snow on the roads so you should drive carefully.
In my opinion best time to see Northern Lights in Iceland is during September and October
Though many will consider November and December as the best time to see the northern lights in Iceland, my advice is to visit Iceland in October or in September because weather is more friendly and you still have plenty of darkness after 6-7 pm to spot the northern lights. You can also consider to visit Iceland in February or March for similar reasons.
If you choose to visit Iceland in December or in November, days will be short, nights will be long so you have more chances to spot the north lights.
Best time to see Northern Lights in Iceland in 2019, also named Aurora Borealis, take its name from the Roman goddess of dawn who’s name was Aurora. Borealis word comes from Boreas which in Greek means north wind.
During winter nights with clear crisp sky you can spot the magnificent Northern Lights magically dancing on the sky, lighting up the landscape around you. Seeing this amazing show on the night sky composed of coloured waves of light dancing above you is something totally unique and unforgettable.
In my opinion best time to see Northern Lights in Iceland in 2019 is during September and October, because the weather is better so you have more chances to move from one spot to another. Watch the aurora forecast from vedur.is and also look for the weather forecast for clouds as you cannot see the aurora borealis if the sky is full of clouds
In my opinion best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland in 2019 is during September and October, because the weather is better so you have more chances to move from one spot to another.