I did this tour on my first night in Iceland, and even though we only caught a glimmer of the Northern Lights about halfway into the tour, it was a fantastic evening nonetheless. The sky was really clear and there was a full moon out, so even simply being outside in that kind of beautiful quietude, with the moon shining on the snow on the ground and nobody else around (at least until other tour groups showed up) was its own kind of magical. The bus was well heated, with USB outlets above each seat, and was not completely full, allowing for social distancing between guests. The tour leader did his best trying to find us good places to catch sight of the Northern Lights, but it just wasn't our night; the company even contacted me the next day to reschedule another Northern Lights tour for an evening later that week, but then that evening's tour was canceled due to cloud cover. Still, I appreciated the gesture, and don't consider my money to have been wasted; I would gladly travel with this tour group again on my next trip to Iceland. A note for travelers in general that even though it was November--so not quite yet the dead of winter--it was still really cold out, so wear proper cold weather clothes otherwise even being outside for a couple of minutes will feel miserable (I was all layered up because I grew up in Canada and knew that kind of cold, but others weren't so ready and I could tell by the end of the tour they were kind of over it for reasons not the tour guide's fault.). Thanks for a great trip!!