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Direct return flight to Reykjavik (Departing London Luton / November departures ) £39 @ Wizz Air
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Direct return flight to Reykjavik (Departing London Luton / November departures ) £39 @ Wizz Air

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Posted 21st Aug

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

There are currently some cheap flights to Reykjavik for November departures (example dates below). Hand luggage only is included in the advertised price. If there are two of you travelling it may be worth taking one piece of hold luggage between you!


Example dates:
6th - 15th Nov
13th - 20th Nov
14th - 20th Nov
14th - 22nd Nov


+ Likely to be more, use the monthly date matrix on Skyscanner (shown in the 2nd image below) to find more dates.

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sgrech21/08/2019 10:04

Tempting. I want to visit Iceland but still unsure when is the best time …Tempting. I want to visit Iceland but still unsure when is the best time to go - I am thinking March time, where there is more daylight but still the chance of seeing snow. Happy to take comments!


I have been to Iceland a couple of times. Once at the end of Feb and once in May.

All photos below are from Feb to give an idea of weather. It did snow and was very cold but that's what we went for. Only issue is that tours don't run much beyond the Golden Circle at that time of year due to driving conditions and it's also strongly advised against tourists hiring cars and driving further afield at that time of year. It also gets dark so possibility of Northern Lights.

In May, we hired a campervan and drove the full ring road around Iceland which was a brilliant experience. And it was 24 hour daylight so not good for Northern Lights.

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Scorching deal, and only £26.50 for Wizzair club members!
Tempting. I want to visit Iceland but still unsure when is the best time to go - I am thinking March time, where there is more daylight but still the chance of seeing snow. Happy to take comments!
Similar comment from me to the above. I really like the idea of walking down the street in broad daylight at midnight.
sgrech21/08/2019 10:04

Tempting. I want to visit Iceland but still unsure when is the best time …Tempting. I want to visit Iceland but still unsure when is the best time to go - I am thinking March time, where there is more daylight but still the chance of seeing snow. Happy to take comments!


I have been to Iceland a couple of times. Once at the end of Feb and once in May.

All photos below are from Feb to give an idea of weather. It did snow and was very cold but that's what we went for. Only issue is that tours don't run much beyond the Golden Circle at that time of year due to driving conditions and it's also strongly advised against tourists hiring cars and driving further afield at that time of year. It also gets dark so possibility of Northern Lights.

In May, we hired a campervan and drove the full ring road around Iceland which was a brilliant experience. And it was 24 hour daylight so not good for Northern Lights.

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Wow pictures look great, so which did you prefer or is it the case that you need to go twice!?
sgrech21/08/2019 10:42

Wow pictures look great, so which did you prefer or is it the case that …Wow pictures look great, so which did you prefer or is it the case that you need to go twice!?


It depends what you want to experience. If you want to see the whole of Iceland as opposed to just Reykjavik and surrounding areas, you need to go when the weather won't be snowy/icy.

But I would never want to give up experiencing Iceland when it was covered in snow and freezing cold. Would love to have combined both and saw the whole country like that but some of the roads over there are sketchy in good conditions nevermind bad conditions!

I am happy we went twice and would go again should the right deal appear! 🇮🇸
Thanks for the advice.
I went end of November and I loved it.
Yes it was dark from around 5pm till 9am but we saw Northern Lights couple of times which where spectacular truly
amazing experience.
We hired a car and drove all around. We went for 6 days and seen almost everything we wanted but taking that there wasn’t much daylight one or two days longer would be probably better. It is wonderful place to visit so different I will go again and I would recommend it anyone
Photo below from glacier where we spent the night in the car (it was freezing) without knowing what was next to us because it was pitch black.

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I hear scary stories about Iceland being expesnive. How did you find it for eating out etc ?
Mattk8421/08/2019 12:56

I hear scary stories about Iceland being expesnive. How did you find it …I hear scary stories about Iceland being expesnive. How did you find it for eating out etc ?


It was about £30 for a fast food burger, some chips, cup of lamb soup and 2 mcdonalds type cokes at the place opposite the geysir on the golden circle when I went.

£80 for a horse meat steak in a restaurant.

Pretty much everything needs to be imported, because the place is covered in snow they can't grow anything lol.
Mattk8421/08/2019 12:56

I hear scary stories about Iceland being expesnive. How did you find it …I hear scary stories about Iceland being expesnive. How did you find it for eating out etc ?


First time I went, ate out a couple of times. I'd say it was about 30% more expensive than London prices. Also grabbed some takeaway pizza for not too bad a price.

Second time we were in a campervan so just cooked pastas etc for dinner and made sandwiches for lunch. Again, maybe 30% more expensive. But we were there to see the country as opposed to experience the food/drink.
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