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Didn’t get to see them fully unfortunately

Waited a long time and only saw white behind cloud but guide insisted it was activity

Iceland: Northern Lights Bus Tour Reviewed by , 10/16/2018

So lucky to see the lights.. there were amazing

Great evening on Saturday 29th Sept. So lucky to see the lights. Had a great guide in Gunnar. Really recommend Bus Travel Iceland

Iceland: Northern Lights Bus Tour from Reykjavik Reviewed by Richard, 10/02/2018

Fantastic! We saw spectacular Northern Lights

It didn’t look like it was going to happen but our guide didn’t give up. He had incredible knowledge about Iceland. About an hour into the trip he changed course and we headed in a completely different direction. Our first stop was near a lake and we could see all the stars. He then suggested we go deeper into the darkness. When we arrived the aurora started forming immediately overhead. It was spectacular. It danced above us and took on many shapes and sizes. The entire crowd cheered with excitement. We walked with an incredible memory and some amazing photos of the Northern Lights. This tour was well worth it, but patient and hope a little luck is on your side. Also, the hot chocolate was delicious and needed because it was really cold. Dress warmly.

Iceland: Northern Lights Bus Tour Reviewed by David, 10/01/2018

Great guider Chiara. Professional photographer

We are lucky to join the tracing Northern light bus tour with Bus Travel Iceland. Bus is big and comfortable. Driver is kind and good. Guider is professional. We stop 3 points to take great photos. Our guider, Chiara take photo for us with Northern light. Her professional photos really keep good memory for us.

Iceland: Northern Lights Bus Tour from Reykjavik Reviewed by Michelle, 09/24/2018

The lights were awesome and Simon was very informative.

The lights were spectacular, but one thinks they are colorful with the naked eye, however to our surprise they are mostly white unless looking through a camera lens. We found the lights fairly early and were never felt rushed to leave. Simon explained the lights and offered to warm the bus if anyone was cold. He also had hot chocolate and cake donuts.