Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.

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Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.
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Observing the Aurora Borealis

The symbols of the Aurora Borealis were found on the Shamans’ drums of the Sami population. In their language, the phenomenon has many different names, for example, Sami traditionally associate the Aurora Borealis with sounds. During the Viking era, the Aurora Borealis were thought to be the armourof the Valkyrie, the virgin warriors, which gave off the strange sparkling light. We like to call it “The Rainbow of the Night” because sometimes the lights appear all at once, dancing through the sky in shades of purple, orange, green and red. The Aurora Borealis is always different, and to see it is an exciting, magical moment. With the excursion we propose, you’ll become spectators of one of the most incredible phenomenon of our planet. During our safari, we will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. We will try to find the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis and, according to the solar activity, we will change place and point of observation. That is why we call this excursion “hunting the lights”. The excursion itself will be an enchanting experience and when your desire to observe the inspiring northern lights will be fulfilled, you will understand why then aurora, nordlys in Norwegian, is considered the most incredible natural phenomenon you can assist. Both tours go by minivan/minibus to an area with the best chances to see the lights this particular night. Away from artificial lights pollution. This excursion is for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the Northern Lights without stress. We will drive you to the nice and picturesque village of Kabelvåg. Kabelvåg is a perfect place for a good observation because of its particular position. In this nice place there is also a very old and typical Norwegian pub where we will warm up during our waiting, enjoying a Norwegian coffee and a good atmosphere.’

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Reindeer Sledding & Northern Lights | Overnight Tour

Experience the lifestyle of the Sami people on this combo tour of reindeer sledding and Northern Lights hunting, where you will spend the night sleeping under the stars of the Arctic. Any enthusiast of Scandinavian culture and nature should not let this opportunity pass them by. After getting picked up at the departure location in Tromsø, you will head on to the scenic landscapes of the Lyngen district. This mountainous area is home to magnificent coastal sceneries and idyllic villages, as well as its roaming resident reindeer. Reindeer sledding is the oldest method of transportation in northern Norway, dating back to the northernmost indigenous people of Europe, the Sami. Their culture has included reindeer herding for aeons, and in many regions of the Nordic countries today, the activity is legally reserved to belonging exclusively to them. You will get up-close and personal with these beautiful animals as you allow them to take you flying across the snowy plains in the valley. Your expert guides will inform you of the ancient lifestyles of these reindeer herders, as you explore the land in the same way they have for centuries. At the end of your day, you will spend the night in a traditional Sami tent known as Lavvu. Since you are located a good distance from the bright lights of the city, you can thoroughly enjoy the splendours of the night sky. This tour includes a lookout for the Northern Lights, which are frequently known to grace this particular area with their presence. Formed when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds, the aurora borealis are natural phenomena that can sometimes be predicted but never guaranteed. Be that as it may, if they decide to show on the eve of your adventure, you will be able to fully bask in their glory because of the lack of urban light pollution. Allow yourself to become one with nature and replenish your mind and soul on your overnight excursion. Don’t hesitate in booking this tour now for an exciting day of cultural activity out in the Arctic. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
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Duration:
17hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding with Sami Guides

Join us on an adventure of a lifetime at the edge of Tromso. Reindeer sledding is the oldest transportation method in northern Norway and now is your chance to try it. Since the location has almost no artificial light, it makes for a great place to chase the Northern Lights.  On this exciting tour, you will learn about how Sami people drive the reindeer sled and also gain a real insight into the fascinating Sami culture. Sami people are known for herding reindeer, their distinctive handicrafts, and affinity for nature. Their homeland extends from the middle of Norway to north-western Russia, including northern Sweden and northern Finland. All your guides are authentic Sami guides that come from reindeer herding families. They will let you know how they combine traditional lifestyle into the modern world. The reindeer herders symbolize the culture and are dependent on vast areas of wilderness. Up until today, Sami people still living in a nomadic lifestyle, following the reindeer migrations from the plains to the coast. Don't get scared by our giant friends; these reindeer are calm and shy. They may sometimes stop, and you have to wait till they are ready to continue, so the speeds can vary as the reindeer decides; usually, it stays moderate. The sledding is not a tourism industry innovation, but an ancient Sami way of getting around. Your Sami guide will educate you about how they take care of them and the way they can use the reindeer for handicrafts, clothes, and of course, food for everyone. After going sledding, you'll be served a traditional Sami meal and told stories about the Sami culture. We will also show you a display of cultural artifacts, and you'll get to hear a traditional Sami song (joik).  Try something different this winter, be like Santa and join an eco-friendly tour that no petrol is used to take you around. This authentic Sami culture tour not only lets you experience the nomadic lifestyle but also gives you a close face to face chance with friendly reindeer. Check the availability before it fills up!

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Northern Lights Hunt | Small Group Tour

Embark on an unforgettable hunt for the Northern Lights on this attentively crafted and personalised tour. This is the perfect excursion for avid and amateur photographers alike, as well as anyone looking to behold the breathtaking beauty of the phenomena that is the aurora borealis. After getting picked up from Tromsø City Centre, you will join a small group and drive out to the top stops for spotting the lights. The Northern Lights are a natural and celestial phenomenon, produced when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds. Their display, based almost solely on Arctic and Antarctic regions of the globe, never ceases to amaze anyone lucky enough to behold them. Allow your guides to read the forecast carefully and take you out to the likeliest places. Sometimes, that means driving close to the islands west of Tromsø, at other times it means heading east for the mainland, and every so often it means setting out all the way to the Finnish border. No matter your destination, you are sure to enjoy the scenery en route. Know that each direction is chosen for being the most premium spot of locating the lights each time around. Once you have reached your destination, get ready to wait for the lights and set up your photography gear. Your guides will teach you the proper methods of getting the best possible photos, with the added option of renting a tripod for your chosen camera. While you wait for the lights, you are well taken care of as the package includes hot drinks and biscuits. You will also be provided with a thermal suit and winter boots to keep you warm. After a satisfying display of the multi-coloured veils dancing in the night sky, you will be taken back to the city of Tromsø with your head full of memories, and your memory card full of photos. Don’t hesitate in booking this Northern Lights Hunt now. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - Mar.
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Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.

5.0

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1 review

Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.
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Observing the Aurora Borealis

The symbols of the Aurora Borealis were found on the Shamans’ drums of the Sami population. In their language, the phenomenon has many different names, for example, Sami traditionally associate the Aurora Borealis with sounds. During the Viking era, the Aurora Borealis were thought to be the armourof the Valkyrie, the virgin warriors, which gave off the strange sparkling light. We like to call it “The Rainbow of the Night” because sometimes the lights appear all at once, dancing through the sky in shades of purple, orange, green and red. The Aurora Borealis is always different, and to see it is an exciting, magical moment. With the excursion we propose, you’ll become spectators of one of the most incredible phenomenon of our planet. During our safari, we will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. We will try to find the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis and, according to the solar activity, we will change place and point of observation. That is why we call this excursion “hunting the lights”. The excursion itself will be an enchanting experience and when your desire to observe the inspiring northern lights will be fulfilled, you will understand why then aurora, nordlys in Norwegian, is considered the most incredible natural phenomenon you can assist. Both tours go by minivan/minibus to an area with the best chances to see the lights this particular night. Away from artificial lights pollution. This excursion is for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the Northern Lights without stress. We will drive you to the nice and picturesque village of Kabelvåg. Kabelvåg is a perfect place for a good observation because of its particular position. In this nice place there is also a very old and typical Norwegian pub where we will warm up during our waiting, enjoying a Norwegian coffee and a good atmosphere.’

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Reindeer Sledding & Northern Lights | Overnight Tour

Experience the lifestyle of the Sami people on this combo tour of reindeer sledding and Northern Lights hunting, where you will spend the night sleeping under the stars of the Arctic. Any enthusiast of Scandinavian culture and nature should not let this opportunity pass them by. After getting picked up at the departure location in Tromsø, you will head on to the scenic landscapes of the Lyngen district. This mountainous area is home to magnificent coastal sceneries and idyllic villages, as well as its roaming resident reindeer. Reindeer sledding is the oldest method of transportation in northern Norway, dating back to the northernmost indigenous people of Europe, the Sami. Their culture has included reindeer herding for aeons, and in many regions of the Nordic countries today, the activity is legally reserved to belonging exclusively to them. You will get up-close and personal with these beautiful animals as you allow them to take you flying across the snowy plains in the valley. Your expert guides will inform you of the ancient lifestyles of these reindeer herders, as you explore the land in the same way they have for centuries. At the end of your day, you will spend the night in a traditional Sami tent known as Lavvu. Since you are located a good distance from the bright lights of the city, you can thoroughly enjoy the splendours of the night sky. This tour includes a lookout for the Northern Lights, which are frequently known to grace this particular area with their presence. Formed when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds, the aurora borealis are natural phenomena that can sometimes be predicted but never guaranteed. Be that as it may, if they decide to show on the eve of your adventure, you will be able to fully bask in their glory because of the lack of urban light pollution. Allow yourself to become one with nature and replenish your mind and soul on your overnight excursion. Don’t hesitate in booking this tour now for an exciting day of cultural activity out in the Arctic. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
1 review

Duration:
17hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding with Sami Guides

Join us on an adventure of a lifetime at the edge of Tromso. Reindeer sledding is the oldest transportation method in northern Norway and now is your chance to try it. Since the location has almost no artificial light, it makes for a great place to chase the Northern Lights.  On this exciting tour, you will learn about how Sami people drive the reindeer sled and also gain a real insight into the fascinating Sami culture. Sami people are known for herding reindeer, their distinctive handicrafts, and affinity for nature. Their homeland extends from the middle of Norway to north-western Russia, including northern Sweden and northern Finland. All your guides are authentic Sami guides that come from reindeer herding families. They will let you know how they combine traditional lifestyle into the modern world. The reindeer herders symbolize the culture and are dependent on vast areas of wilderness. Up until today, Sami people still living in a nomadic lifestyle, following the reindeer migrations from the plains to the coast. Don't get scared by our giant friends; these reindeer are calm and shy. They may sometimes stop, and you have to wait till they are ready to continue, so the speeds can vary as the reindeer decides; usually, it stays moderate. The sledding is not a tourism industry innovation, but an ancient Sami way of getting around. Your Sami guide will educate you about how they take care of them and the way they can use the reindeer for handicrafts, clothes, and of course, food for everyone. After going sledding, you'll be served a traditional Sami meal and told stories about the Sami culture. We will also show you a display of cultural artifacts, and you'll get to hear a traditional Sami song (joik).  Try something different this winter, be like Santa and join an eco-friendly tour that no petrol is used to take you around. This authentic Sami culture tour not only lets you experience the nomadic lifestyle but also gives you a close face to face chance with friendly reindeer. Check the availability before it fills up!

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Northern Lights Hunt | Small Group Tour

Embark on an unforgettable hunt for the Northern Lights on this attentively crafted and personalised tour. This is the perfect excursion for avid and amateur photographers alike, as well as anyone looking to behold the breathtaking beauty of the phenomena that is the aurora borealis. After getting picked up from Tromsø City Centre, you will join a small group and drive out to the top stops for spotting the lights. The Northern Lights are a natural and celestial phenomenon, produced when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds. Their display, based almost solely on Arctic and Antarctic regions of the globe, never ceases to amaze anyone lucky enough to behold them. Allow your guides to read the forecast carefully and take you out to the likeliest places. Sometimes, that means driving close to the islands west of Tromsø, at other times it means heading east for the mainland, and every so often it means setting out all the way to the Finnish border. No matter your destination, you are sure to enjoy the scenery en route. Know that each direction is chosen for being the most premium spot of locating the lights each time around. Once you have reached your destination, get ready to wait for the lights and set up your photography gear. Your guides will teach you the proper methods of getting the best possible photos, with the added option of renting a tripod for your chosen camera. While you wait for the lights, you are well taken care of as the package includes hot drinks and biscuits. You will also be provided with a thermal suit and winter boots to keep you warm. After a satisfying display of the multi-coloured veils dancing in the night sky, you will be taken back to the city of Tromsø with your head full of memories, and your memory card full of photos. Don’t hesitate in booking this Northern Lights Hunt now. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - Mar.
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Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.

5.0

average

1 review

Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.
5.0 average category rating
1 reviews
The Lowest Service Prices
Best prices guaranteed
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Observing the Aurora Borealis

The symbols of the Aurora Borealis were found on the Shamans’ drums of the Sami population. In their language, the phenomenon has many different names, for example, Sami traditionally associate the Aurora Borealis with sounds. During the Viking era, the Aurora Borealis were thought to be the armourof the Valkyrie, the virgin warriors, which gave off the strange sparkling light. We like to call it “The Rainbow of the Night” because sometimes the lights appear all at once, dancing through the sky in shades of purple, orange, green and red. The Aurora Borealis is always different, and to see it is an exciting, magical moment. With the excursion we propose, you’ll become spectators of one of the most incredible phenomenon of our planet. During our safari, we will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. We will try to find the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis and, according to the solar activity, we will change place and point of observation. That is why we call this excursion “hunting the lights”. The excursion itself will be an enchanting experience and when your desire to observe the inspiring northern lights will be fulfilled, you will understand why then aurora, nordlys in Norwegian, is considered the most incredible natural phenomenon you can assist. Both tours go by minivan/minibus to an area with the best chances to see the lights this particular night. Away from artificial lights pollution. This excursion is for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the Northern Lights without stress. We will drive you to the nice and picturesque village of Kabelvåg. Kabelvåg is a perfect place for a good observation because of its particular position. In this nice place there is also a very old and typical Norwegian pub where we will warm up during our waiting, enjoying a Norwegian coffee and a good atmosphere.’

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Duration:
3hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
See More

Reindeer Sledding & Northern Lights | Overnight Tour

Experience the lifestyle of the Sami people on this combo tour of reindeer sledding and Northern Lights hunting, where you will spend the night sleeping under the stars of the Arctic. Any enthusiast of Scandinavian culture and nature should not let this opportunity pass them by. After getting picked up at the departure location in Tromsø, you will head on to the scenic landscapes of the Lyngen district. This mountainous area is home to magnificent coastal sceneries and idyllic villages, as well as its roaming resident reindeer. Reindeer sledding is the oldest method of transportation in northern Norway, dating back to the northernmost indigenous people of Europe, the Sami. Their culture has included reindeer herding for aeons, and in many regions of the Nordic countries today, the activity is legally reserved to belonging exclusively to them. You will get up-close and personal with these beautiful animals as you allow them to take you flying across the snowy plains in the valley. Your expert guides will inform you of the ancient lifestyles of these reindeer herders, as you explore the land in the same way they have for centuries. At the end of your day, you will spend the night in a traditional Sami tent known as Lavvu. Since you are located a good distance from the bright lights of the city, you can thoroughly enjoy the splendours of the night sky. This tour includes a lookout for the Northern Lights, which are frequently known to grace this particular area with their presence. Formed when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds, the aurora borealis are natural phenomena that can sometimes be predicted but never guaranteed. Be that as it may, if they decide to show on the eve of your adventure, you will be able to fully bask in their glory because of the lack of urban light pollution. Allow yourself to become one with nature and replenish your mind and soul on your overnight excursion. Don’t hesitate in booking this tour now for an exciting day of cultural activity out in the Arctic. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
1 review

Duration:
17hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
See More

Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding with Sami Guides

Join us on an adventure of a lifetime at the edge of Tromso. Reindeer sledding is the oldest transportation method in northern Norway and now is your chance to try it. Since the location has almost no artificial light, it makes for a great place to chase the Northern Lights.  On this exciting tour, you will learn about how Sami people drive the reindeer sled and also gain a real insight into the fascinating Sami culture. Sami people are known for herding reindeer, their distinctive handicrafts, and affinity for nature. Their homeland extends from the middle of Norway to north-western Russia, including northern Sweden and northern Finland. All your guides are authentic Sami guides that come from reindeer herding families. They will let you know how they combine traditional lifestyle into the modern world. The reindeer herders symbolize the culture and are dependent on vast areas of wilderness. Up until today, Sami people still living in a nomadic lifestyle, following the reindeer migrations from the plains to the coast. Don't get scared by our giant friends; these reindeer are calm and shy. They may sometimes stop, and you have to wait till they are ready to continue, so the speeds can vary as the reindeer decides; usually, it stays moderate. The sledding is not a tourism industry innovation, but an ancient Sami way of getting around. Your Sami guide will educate you about how they take care of them and the way they can use the reindeer for handicrafts, clothes, and of course, food for everyone. After going sledding, you'll be served a traditional Sami meal and told stories about the Sami culture. We will also show you a display of cultural artifacts, and you'll get to hear a traditional Sami song (joik).  Try something different this winter, be like Santa and join an eco-friendly tour that no petrol is used to take you around. This authentic Sami culture tour not only lets you experience the nomadic lifestyle but also gives you a close face to face chance with friendly reindeer. Check the availability before it fills up!

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
See More

Northern Lights Hunt | Small Group Tour

Embark on an unforgettable hunt for the Northern Lights on this attentively crafted and personalised tour. This is the perfect excursion for avid and amateur photographers alike, as well as anyone looking to behold the breathtaking beauty of the phenomena that is the aurora borealis. After getting picked up from Tromsø City Centre, you will join a small group and drive out to the top stops for spotting the lights. The Northern Lights are a natural and celestial phenomenon, produced when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds. Their display, based almost solely on Arctic and Antarctic regions of the globe, never ceases to amaze anyone lucky enough to behold them. Allow your guides to read the forecast carefully and take you out to the likeliest places. Sometimes, that means driving close to the islands west of Tromsø, at other times it means heading east for the mainland, and every so often it means setting out all the way to the Finnish border. No matter your destination, you are sure to enjoy the scenery en route. Know that each direction is chosen for being the most premium spot of locating the lights each time around. Once you have reached your destination, get ready to wait for the lights and set up your photography gear. Your guides will teach you the proper methods of getting the best possible photos, with the added option of renting a tripod for your chosen camera. While you wait for the lights, you are well taken care of as the package includes hot drinks and biscuits. You will also be provided with a thermal suit and winter boots to keep you warm. After a satisfying display of the multi-coloured veils dancing in the night sky, you will be taken back to the city of Tromsø with your head full of memories, and your memory card full of photos. Don’t hesitate in booking this Northern Lights Hunt now. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - Mar.
See More

Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.

5.0

average

1 review

Northern Lights Tours

Northern Norway and Lofoten are amongst the best destinations to experience the Northern Lights. Going on a Northern Lights Tours will in increase your chance to witness the magical Aurora Borealis.
5.0 average category rating
1 reviews
The Lowest Service Prices
Best prices guaranteed