The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis are one of the biggest attractions in Iceland and are one of the biggest draws for tourism in the country. However, many people don’t know much about the Northern Lights and are unsure where they can find them. Although the Northern Lights occur all over the country, it can be much more difficult to see them in the capital or other major towns due to light pollution. They are also seasonal and dependent on the weather patterns so there is no guarantee that you will see the Northern Lights on your trip to Iceland. However, we have put together some guides on chasing the Northern Lights in Iceland such as where you can find them and the best time to view them, so you can maximise your chances.