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Andri Kristinsson

Andri Kristinsson

Iceland

What To Do in Iceland in February

February is one of the low-season tourist months in Iceland. Regardless, it is an excellent time to visit for a good chance of seeing the Northern lights and enjoying the country’s magical - and unpredictable - winter season.

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In February, visitors can expect excellent scenery of snow-covered mountains across the country and if you are lucky, you’ll have a good chance to spot the northern lights during the night. Also a great time to drive towards the Southern Coast, explore the Golden Circle and Thingvellir National Park in it’s winter colors, and enjoy local culture and nightlife in Reykjavik.

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