Best places to spot the mesmerizing Northern Lights in Tromsø (Northern Norway) and its surroundings
Tromsø, located over 300 km north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, is renowned for its prime location and stable weather, making it one of the best places in the world to witness the captivating phenomenon of the Northern Lights. Many travelers consider seeing the Northern Lights in Tromsø to be a dream come true and the main reason for visiting Northern Norway in winter.
Northern Norway is a magical land, a perfect destination for a romantic getaway before to pop the question. What could be more inspiring and captivating than a proposal in one of the most picturesque and enchanting places on earth? Northern Norway is a land of Arctic wonders, where the Northern Lights dance in the sky, and the sun never sets. It’s a place where love stories are born, and where dreams come true.
Since November 2022, the Northern Lights have been incredibly strong in the north of Nordic countries. When the conditions permit, we have seen some of the strongest displays of lady aurora lately. NASA experts say that Solar Cycle 25 has only just begun and that this is only the beginning. But what does this mean?
Have you heard of the new glamorous way of camping? Glamping involves more luxurious and comfortable accommodation rather than a traditional tent or sleeping bag. Typical glamping accommodation has electricity, a not-so-far-away toilet and made-up beds, making it far more comfortable. What if, on top of it all, we tell you that you also have the chance of seeing the Northern Lights from the comfort of your heated room?
Northern Norway is a popular region for winter and summer outdoor activities and tours. The main tourist destinations are Tromsø, the Lofoten islands, Senja, Narvik and Lyngenfjord. You can chase the Northern Lights, go a fjord cruise, try dog sledding, simply hike in the mountains and many other activities. So when you ask yourself what […]
Travellers from around the world come to Tromsø as it’s one of the best places in the world to see and photograph the Northern Lights. Whether you go on a Northern Lights chase by bus (we have guided tours from Tromsø and Narvik), or using your own means of transportation, you will soon realise that […]
Joshua Nueva is an adventure photographer and videographer based in Ireland. He visited us in Tromsø and tried our Aurora Safari Camp tour. Read his review here.
“The most impressive shows can last a few minutes to a few hours! When I was searching for the best
place with the highest chances of seeing the Northern Lights, one thing became clear, and that was that I needed to go to Tromsø, Norway!”
Guiding Northern Lights tours and other Arctic activities are most definitely a unique job! Learn about how it is like to guide in Arctic Norway.
What is a Lavuu tent? You may have encountered this word during your research about Norway or the Sami people. Learn more about this traditional sami tent here.