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Rover Rides Northern Light hunt


    Tour operator: Rover Rides     4 hours     Travel method: Jeep / 4x4

Let´s go for a chase after the incredible Northern Lights! We will use our expertise to chase them down and will go where ever the lights may take us.

This tour starts around 20:00 and usually ends around 24:00 or when we have found and photographed the lights so you can prove you saw them. Our guides will help you take photos or take photos for you on our cameras. We will only go if we have a good chance to see them, otherwise it is better to stay at home and keep warm through the cold Icelandic night. No worries we will bring hot Chocolate and some fine Icelandic snaps for extra warmth.

Departure: Everyday

Length of tour: 3-6 hours

Refreshments: We have light refreshment so no worries.

What to bring: This is Iceland, dress in layers, we are going out at nigh so it can get very cold. A camera and good walking shoes or similar are a good idea. Remember to bring a tripod if you are going to be trying to get photos of the lights.

Price: 100.000 ISK for the vehicle, it seats comfortably 4 adults and there are 2 extra seat also available for children, teenagers or those who dare!

There is free WiFi in all our cars if you need to go online at anytime. Make sure our phone is fully charged, you will be posting from everywhere we go whilst having a great time.







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Difficulty:   VERY EASY



What is included

Light refreshments

What do I need to bring

This is Iceland, dress in layers, we are going out at nigh so it can get very cold. A camera and good walking shoes or simular are a good idea.





  Attention

Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis


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Duration

240 minutes

What is included

Light refreshments

Difficulty

VERY EASY

What do I need to bring

This is Iceland, dress in layers, we are going out at nigh so it can get very cold. A camera and good walking shoes or simular are a good idea.

Attention

Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis