TRAVELLING TO ICELAND IN DECEMBER
Whether you want to enjoy an activity-filled break in Reykjavik or a cosy winter getaway in the countryside, visiting Iceland in December is sure to make lasting memories. With colourful Christmas lights everywhere and the locals getting into the holiday spirit, Iceland is a wonderful destination at Christmastime.
Even with short daylight hours and winter weather conditions in December, you can still visit many of Iceland’s top natural attractions, including waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, snowy lava fields, geothermal spas and more. And of course, nature’s biggest attraction in Iceland this time of year is the aurora borealis — the northern lights, which you may get to see dancing in the night skies.
City breaks with pre-planned guided day tours are popular at this time of year, as are week-long road trips in South and West Iceland. Many of Nordic Visitor’s tours in Iceland in December include special programmes for Christmas and New Year’s to ensure that travellers get to experience unique Icelandic yuletide traditions — such as the December 24th bonfires and the famous December 31st fireworks in Reykjavik. Small group tours with local guides are another great idea for experiencing Iceland’s countryside and northern lights.
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