Afternoon to all international travelers. The today’s topic is Northern Lights in Iceland. These are usually visible above a latitude of 60 degrees north and below 60 degrees south, with the ‘southern lights’ being called the Aurora Australis. Iceland is at a latitude of approximately 64 degrees north, making it the perfect place to see the northern lights. September through March is the peak season for northern lights viewing because the nights are longest. Just make sure you’re on the lookout between dusk and dawn because they can occur at any time. Its just an overview. For Visa and Package Assistance , Contact or Whatsapp us at +91 9810141140.