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Ice Ice baby: 3nt Iceland trip in Northern Lights season from £176pp - incl. flights & hotel

Ice Ice baby: 3nt Iceland trip in Northern Lights season from £176pp - incl. flights & hotel


November to February is now well-known as Northern Lights season in Iceland, meaning tourists flock to the area during these months and prices undoubtedly rise.

Which is why we were pleasantly surprised to still find bargains can be had; like this 3-night trip from as little as £176 per person, based on 2 sharing, including direct flights from the UK and a basic but central 3* hotel.

Lonely Planet says Iceland has "skyrocketed in popularity for those dreaming of seeing Aurora Borealis" (also known as the Northern Lights) and that some hotels even "provide wake-up calls so guests don’t miss out on the chance to see them."


Booking Info Timeframe: 10. Dec. 2018 - 28. Feb. 2019

London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast

Offer Details

  • Duration is 3 nights (*longer stays available)
  • Period: December 2018 - February, 2019
  • Flights from London to Reykjavik, Iceland (*other UK airports available)
  • Example date: 21 - 24 January, 2019
  • 3* Arctic Comfort Hotel - Reykjavik (Rated 3.5/5 on TripAdvisor)
  • Board basis - Room Only
  • For airport transfers, check the prices at HolidayTaxis
  • Hand luggage
  • Based on 2 sharing

    About your stay

    You'll be staying at the Arctic Comfort Hotel, a short distance from the centre of Reykjavik and the perfect location for being picked up for a tour. Each spacious guest room is decorated in neutral colours, and has a flat-screen TV and fridge. You'll be a short walk from Laugardalslaug - Reykjavik's largest swimming pool!

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    Please note -- Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability.

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