Updated: Nov 17, 2021
To see the Northern Lights is an item probably on many people's bucket lists. Since the aurora only appears when certain specific conditions are met, such as geographic location and weather, we would like to introduce you to some places with a high chance of witnessing this nature's magic.
Located about 2 hours away from Rovaniemi, Iso-Syote is an exceptional place to stay in Finnish Lapland. It is the Finnish region that gets the most snow. In the wintertime, Iso-Syote offers an excellent ski area, a host of winter adventures, and of course a wonderful setting to see the Northern Lights. Guests can have an aurora experience even without leaving their room or cottage if they choose so.
Tromso is located in the middle of the Northern Lights Oval, which is the area in the world with the highest probability of seeing the Northern Lights. The best time to see the magnificent natural phenomenon there is from September to April. There are many different ways to hunt the aurora, such as a jeep tour, Northern Lights cruise, Northern Lights Experience with Aurora Camp, and dog
The Murmansk region in Russia is almost entirely to the north of the Arctic circle, which makes it an excellent place to see the northern lights. Besides, it also offers many experiences that you can find in Scandinavia, such as reindeers and huskies sledding, experiencing Saami culture, snowmobile safari, admiring the Northern Lights under a glass igloo, etc., just at a more affordable price.
Iceland is a place with much natural beauty, such as glaciers, volcanoes, ice caves, giant waterfalls, and geysers. From September to April, there are a total of eight months that visitors can have a chance to see the aurora with those spectacular views as a fantastic backdrop. Apart from Northern lights hunting, some other best things to do are glacier hiking, relaxing in the blue lagoon,
and ice caving, etc.
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