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Iceland tours to discover the land of ice and fire in the most adventurous way


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Iceland tours

Glaciers, volcanoes, and northern lights. Iceland is the country we think of when we think of movie landscapes. The place with the purest water on the planet can only mean one thing: nature in every corner. Is there anything we like more? At Howlanders we offer you Iceland tours to immerse yourself in it and discover one of the most spectacular destinations on the planet.

What tours in Iceland will you find in Howlanders?

We have mixed adrenaline and nature in a perfect combo for any adventurer. Ice caves, volcanoes, waterfalls, and everything you can imagine if you think of adventure and nature in one trip.

There is a lot of adventure in Iceland but without a doubt, the favorite tour of our travelers is the Fagradalsfjall volcano Hike, a route through an active volcano erupting 🌋 .

The best thing is that in addition to the tours in Reykjavik, the capital, you can see nature in every corner of this island. Don't miss our tours in Jökursárlón and kayak across the largest glacial lake in the country, or our excursions in Skaftafell National Park and walk on glaciers

Northern Lights in Iceland

Yes, with our tours in Iceland you will see the Northern Lights. This natural phenomenon must be seen at least once in a lifetime. It is a dance of colors in the sky that dyes the night with fluorescent tones. Seeing the Northern Lights in Iceland is one of those moments you will always cherish.

Iceland weather

We are not revealing anything new if we tell you that Iceland is a cold country, with wind, snow, and icy landscapes. But if it weren't, we wouldn't be able to enjoy such glaciers.

The average temperature in summer (from June to August) is 53,6 ºF to 57,2 ºF (12ºC-14ºC) and the sun never sets. This means that the day during the summer can last 24 hours.

In winter the opposite happens. It can reach -10ºC and the days have only 5 or 6 hours of daylight. That is to say, in December or January, the sun rises around 11:30 a.m. and sets at 3:30 p.m.