TRAVELLING TO ICELAND IN JANUARY
Whether you want to enjoy an activity-filled break in Reykjavik or a cosy winter getaway in the countryside, visiting Iceland in January is a unique experience.
Even with short daylight hours and winter weather conditions in January, 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.
Want to see the northern lights? Dark nights are required for viewing this natural phenomenon, so a winter tour between October and April is best for a chance of sightings.
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