I was planning Iceland as my summer destination, when I suddenly realised that I should postpone it to October (my next leave comes up in October only) and get lucky with Northern Lights - 2013 being a peak solar year.
However, some research later, I realised October is also the wettest month in Iceland. Less chances of clear skies, hence less chances of Auroras!
Wanted to ask if anyone's been to Iceland in mid October and got lucky with the lights.
Also, if I plan to catch the lights from the north of the country, can anyone suggest a bus/ guided tour for the same. Where should I spend the night for maximum visibility of the lights, up in the north.
Any advice/ suggestion would be highly appreciated.