Wednesday, September 4, 2019

6 ideal aurora hunting spots in the northern hemisphere sky

In late August to early April, the aurora will appear spectacularly in the sky, urging visitors to the lands in the Northern Hemisphere to admire this phenomenon firsthand.

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Iceland: Located near the Arctic Circle, in the North Atlantic, Iceland is one of the most worthy destinations to admire the aurora. In the capital of Reykjavik, you can catch aurora dancing in the sky. However, to watch this phenomenon easier, you should get out of the city, visit Iceland's famous Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. Coming here, visitors will enjoy a memorable light party. Photo: Mynewsdesk.
Norway: The city of Tromso in Norway attracts a lot of devotees who love to hunt for the aurora not only because of the convenient air travel but also because it is located in the middle of the aurora oval. This is where the most "hard to catch" lights often appear. In addition to the aurora, visitors can enjoy the food and music festivals all year round. Photo: Origo.
Finland: Not only is it famous for being Santa's hometown, Finland also attracts visitors by the experience of watching the aurora borealis nightly in Lapland. This country is a destination that gives you the opportunity to admire the beautiful aurora views anywhere on the territory. If you are afraid to go out in the cold, you can enjoy the warm atmosphere in the glass igloos and wait for the aurora to appear. Some hotels here also have a system of aurora borealis information to ensure visitors will not miss the "unique" experience in life. Photo: Ifun01.
Sweden: On a trip to Sweden, in addition to the journey to explore Stockholm, you can move north, visit Lapland to catch the aurora borealis in Abisko National Park. There are no countless shimmering lights like cities, the Swedish land of Lapland sparkles vivid blue light in the dark night. If you're lucky, you can just enjoy this spectacular phenomenon in the warm room, while enjoying a delicious cup of coffee in a unique Swedish Fika style. Photo: Swedish Lapland.
USA: Fairbanks city of Alaska is one of the great places to watch the aurora sky in the USA. On the tour, you can join many other interesting experiences such as enjoying a cocktail at the ice bars from Aurora Museum, taking a dip in the famous hot spring Chena Hot Springs amidst the natural, great beauty of Alaska. Photo:
Canada: Canada is a destination for you to admire the aurora from many different locations, especially in the North Pole. In particular, Yellowknife attracts a large number of tourists by the phenomenon of aurora often appears and the ground is flat, without tall buildings that obstruct the view. Here, you can also camp in the village of Aurora, sitting warmly on 360-degree swiveling chairs outdoors with the most convenient aurorae view. Photo: Spectacular NWT.

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