Iceland has four seasons, although sometimes it does not feel this way as the weather changes quite frequently. Many people think that Iceland is constantly freezing cold, but this is not the case at all, as the country actually enjoys a much milder climate than what you might expect. If you are traveling to Iceland in the winter months, you`ll find it to be a spectacular time to visit, however temperatures are rather chilly, as low as -22 °F, particularly in northern Iceland. Wind chill can make temperatures feel even lower, so make sure to pack extra warm clothes. If you want to see the Northern Lights, then the best time to go is generally between February to March, and September to October. The lights tend to be the brightest at this time because of the equinoxes. For trekking and exploring Iceland`s volcanic landscape then the summer months of June and July tend to be a bit drier and warmer and the 24 hour daylight is a neat experience.

In order to get the most out of your visit to Iceland, it is important that you find out when to visit. After all, the weather in the country can be rather varied, depending on when you`re visiting, and the kind of activities you can partake in would differ. Read on to find out when the best time to visit Iceland is for you!