Different Ways to Experience The Northern Lights
Experiencing the Northern Lights is one of the most amazing things you can do in nature. The colorful display that lights up the black sky is a truly awe-inspiring spectacles and will leave you with impressions and memories you will never forget! Luckily, Norway is a prime location for seeing these frail rays of beauty.
When the solar winds meet the atmosphere around the magnetic north pole, the phenomenon known as Aurora Borealis is created. When this meeting occurs waves, arches and curls of light move across the sky, and sudden rays of light shoot down from space. This phenomenon is more commonly referred to as The Northern Lights!
Norway is one of the prime locations to experience the Northern Lights and Fjord Tours offers loads of different ways to see them. Check out our exciting list of activities and tours below and find the perfect way for you to experience the Northern Lights!
Join in on Aurora Safari Camp in Tromsø and experience the magical Northern Lights! Enjoy an evening in a safe and private camp where you get the opportunity to take unique photos of the dancing Northern Lights.
On this tour, your guide will pick you up in Tromsø and bring you to a private and safe Aurora Safari Camp where you can experience the magical Northern Lights. In the Aurora Safari Camp, you will be served a locally prepared hot soup, as well as hot drinks, and “lefse”, a local sweet snack.
Experience the unique atmosphere while enjoying an Arctic Tapas dinner made by the local award-winning Mathallen Restaurant. Here you will also get a chance to see the Northern Lights, also called Aurora Borealis. A great meal accompanied by a great view; what could be better?
In beautiful Reine, Lofoten you can experience the greatest show on earth by joining in on a Northern Lights Photo Workshop. Here you will receive essential knowledge about night photography and an experienced photographer will show you the best techniques to catch the Aurora Borealis with your camera.
Depending on weather conditions and Aurora forecast, your guide will drive to different locations to get the best view and interesting landscape. The trip lasts around 4 hours (depending on Lady Aurora) and is suitable for anybody who is eager to see and take photos of the Northern Lights.
Other ways to see the Northern Lights
We have several other tours and activities that are not specifically Northern Lights tours, but where you may well see the Northern Lights! Especially in the Dog Sledding & Snow Tours category. Check out those activities HERE, and see all activities HERE.
Happy Northern Lights hunting!