There are many different options for a winter holiday in Iceland: city breaks, self drive and fully guided tours- it's all about what you want to see and do while in Iceland and how you want to do it. For the more independent traveller a city break using Reykjavik as a base, or travelling further afield on a self drive holiday is ideal. For others who want to find out as much about the area as possible, a fully guided tour around Iceland's most loved locations might be more suited. In winter the main attraction of Iceland is of course the incomparable Aurora Borealis. The Northern Lights can be seen as early as end of August and as late as mid April, but the best viewing conditions are from October until end of March. With so many different ways to spot the Northern Lights, we've compiled our winter breaks to appeal to all types of traveller. Whether you'd like to travel out with your guide, take a drive into the countryside, or watch the skies from a hottub, we've got the holiday for you.
Please explore our selection of winter holidays in Iceland. If you cannot find the ideal winter holiday package for you, then please contact us - at All Iceland we can tailor make a holiday packages to suit your needs and we will do everything we can to make your holiday an unforgettable experience.
All Iceland Ltd. (Registered office No. 04952530) is a tour operator that specialises in holidays to Iceland and also offers trips to Greenland and Faroe Islands.
We are an ATOL registered Company based in UK but owned and run by Icelanders, so we know the best that Iceland has to offer. We have travelled throughout Iceland to secure the best services of hoteliers and tour operators at the most competitive prices so you can experience the ultimate Iceland experience without having to search far and wide for assistance.
We can offer you a genuinely special travel experience at great value for money - we organise all travels, tours and accommodation whilst recommending the best in cultural events, restaurants and landmarks. With us, it's possible for you to experience Iceland as a local on your holiday.