Most of the walking is not easy (rock piles, sand, pebbles, very deep moss, up/down). I am not complaining - it was great.
- Ardath Walcott
“Be prepared for long days on photographic breaks! Up at 4am for sunrise shoots on the beach in freezing winds, through an action-packed day shooting glaciers, to night quests for the Northern Lights, in bed around 2 am. Bring at LEAST 6 layers of thermal clothing, and the chemical hand-warmers were a salvation when standing around at night, just waiting for the Lights to appear.”- Suzanne de Pelsenaire
“No need to take out lots of cash as can pay by card. Add a day or two in Reykjavik onto your holiday.” - Rebecca
"Be aware that you need good equipment to photograph the Northern Lights, but it is still a memorable event without photos - and others will share photos with you" - Valerie Oakley
“Travel light as you are moving around. I wore my walking boots all the time and didn't really need another pair of shoes. And no need to take a skirt or dress - just spare trousers and layers.” - Gillian Girling
“Prepare real winter clothes to protect yourself not only just the cold weather but also the wind. I thought that I brought enough but next time I will bring more wind-proof jackets and pants.” - Chada Ruangtoowagoon
“Although our guide said he has 100% rate for seeing the Northern Lights, it's always good to think about other activities and excursions to avoid disappointment.” - Si-Ling Pang