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The Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis in Iceland

Norhern Lights in Iceland 2012 (Photo By Börkur Hrólfsson)
The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis is a natural phenomenon that rises to maximum activity in about 11 years cycles, - so called solar cycles. It is currently on the rise to maximum activity. The next maximum solar activity will be in 2013 and 2014 so these years are expected to be a great years for Northern Lights displays in Iceland. The following two to three years after that will also offer frequent displays. This means that increased activity can be expected in the next few years. The best season to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is from September until March. The Northern Lights can not be seen in Iceland during summer since it is simply not dark enough. In mid summer it does not get dark at all. offer special Northern Lights tours during winter. GG06 - Northern Lights Exploration - WINTER 2012 – 2013 TT12 - Northern Lights Mystery JT15 - Magical Northern Lights

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