Visiting Iceland has been a bucket list destination for thousands of people since it’s emergence at the top of Lonely Planets Top Places to Visit list all the way back in 2012.
If visiting Iceland in Winter, expect short days, cold temperatures, a blanket of snow and a high probability of being able to see the aurora borealis (the northern lights).
A contender for the best time to visit Iceland, Spring is shoulder season when prices are lower and tourists are fewer.
Iceland is your (and everyone else’s!) oyster in the Summer months – and is definitely peak season where visitor numbers swell.
Iceland in the Fall is awash with color and it is thought of as one of the best time of year to go to Iceland to avoid the crowds.