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I originally wrote this page as an aurora chaser, now I write eLt as a professional aurora chaser who actually put his money where his mouth. This page really does ring true. Choose any destination where I vaguely describe, stay there for a few nights at least, and I truly believe you will see the northern lights: I have never and will never guarantee northern lights sightings. You are talking about something that travels million kilometres to reach us and then illuminate above our head. It would be foolish to gurantee such a thing, and if you are looking at aurora companies that do, run away!
Best place to see the Northern Lights?
After all that reading you are probably just wanting a place name now? Oh ok then, after all that reading I think you deserve one… The best place s for northern lights is… Alta, Norway Despite everything I just mentioned about coastal weather I am putting a coastal town at no. Bear with me here. Alta seems to suffer least from the coastal affects on the weather, much unlike the other coastal areas. It is surrounded It seems a bit protected from the weather due to mountains on all sides. I even recommend it to my own friends and family. It also has great accessibility having an airport and plenty of activities there.
Karasjok, Norway karasjok is much further inland, so it often offers clear skies or partially clear skies when the coastal towns are taking a battering from the weather. They had to batten down the hatches. At the exact same time we were near Karasjok watching northern lights! It is in quite a unique place for weather and is probably Let s get together tonight in tromso favourite area in Lapland. Although I live in Utsjoki, I would quite often drive towards Karasjok most nights for northern lights watching. The night skies here are some of the absolute best in continental Europe.
We are talking zero light pollution and incredible starry skies. There is also quite a lot of undulating geography nearby, you can get reasonably elevated by heading to Saariselka, a mere 30 mins away, or head north to the treeless Arctic Tundra, about an hour away. Different geology can have positive effects on the weather, so it is College student online dating statistics marriage vs single to have this choice.
Another thing that makes Ivalo good in our opinion, is that it is logistically very good, with many roads in and out, depending on the weather you can head north, east, west or south. Not many places in Lapland have this benefit, it is often one road in, one road out which can be a limitation for an aurora chaser. The bonus of Ivalo is that it barely suffers any detrimental affects from the sea as the towns further north do, so it offers clear nights when the towns Relative hookup and absolute hookup ppt be plagued with clouds.
We also headed south towards Ivalo on many occasions last winter due to this fact. Update, last winter we actually set up our own aurora chasing tours in Ivalowe really do rate it that good. Are there any bad places? If you actually moved there to live, you would definitely see northern lights at some point no matter part you were in. But as mentioned above a lotyour odds rise significantly the further north you can get. So on a short visit or holiday, you must get north! Follow ups to this page since it was originally written in For instance, in the coldest months, the village of Utsjoki would have a permanent cloud directly above it. Even on totally clear nights, there would be this cloud hanging over Utsjoki village, yet you could walk 2km outside of the village and you would have crystal clear skies, head back into the village and there would be a cloud directly above it!!
It is not connected to the weather, it is entirely localised, it is difficult to describe it, but if you can imagine on a cold day the cloud of steam your breath makes, multiply this by a million and you have a good idea of what is happening above a village in very cold temperatures. So if you are heading to any cold place to chase auroras, certainly in the colder months Dec, Jan and Feb then you must have a means of escaping the town to get away from these artificial clouds caused by heat loss from the village itself. I suspect Utsjoki village suffers worse than most as it is slap bang in the middle of two large rivers, both of which steam like crazy in the cold air perpetuating this strange cloud phenomenon.
Our flagship tours are based near Utsjoki, so if you are wanting to head up there, give us a holler: I previously recommended the town of Nuorgam the northern most town in Finland and the EU as a great northern lights destination. While on paper it is good, it suffers from hideous amounts of light pollution. While only some of the light pollution is from Nuorgam itself, it is so close to Norwegian towns and a major Norwegian town that these also contribute to some pretty bad light pollution. If you just want to see auroras, it might be ok, but if you want to take pictures, they will be badly affected by the quite severe some nights light pollution.
Also the village of Utsjoki is quite bad for light pollution, as above I mentioned the artificial cloud I witnessed that hangs over Utsjoki in very cold temps, so too the light pollution emanating from it makes that cloud bright orange. We actually run our flag ship aurora chasing tours from Utsjoki, but not once have we ever been in the village watching them! For such a small village, the light pollution is terrible. So while on paper some places look awesome for northern lights, in reality they can be a bit hit and miss. If you were to ask me what was the absolute best place for northern lights, I would say in the middle of the wilderness in a national park, probably a bit inland so quite likely a Finnish national park.
Unfortunately there is no accommodation in such places, so we usually have to compromise and stay somewhere a bit nearer civilisation. The clearer the skies, the better it is. So either book nights with aurora tour guides who will drive you into the wilderness, or rent a car. Watching northern lights from within a town really does take away from the moment. If it is once in a lifetime thing, you want it to be the best it possible can be right? We wish you clear skies and hope you get the aurora show you are hoping for. Since making this page in earlywe have since started our very own northern lights tours in the far north of Lapland. We will drive you into the wilderness to some of the places mentioned above, far away from light pollution for the best possible northern lights experience.
We have a whole new website dedicated to the aurora tours. After meeting all the dogs we took turns to drive or be passenger on our very own two-person sled as we sped through the forests and mountain trails. We saw a herd of wild reindeer on the way! It was a really exciting experience and one that we both enjoyed immensely. Once we had finished we headed back to Camp Tamok and enjoyed the most delicious traditional reindeer soup in their tepee. The open fire and hot soup warmed us right up and it was the perfect end to the activity!
At night we ate dinner in Tromso and went in search of the lights just outside of the city. Today we were lucky enough to go on our second dog sledding adventure! This time the terrain was a little more challenging and we had a lot of laughs trying to stay upright!
But we were in good hands and our dogs looked after us well too! We enjoyed some traditional Let s get together tonight in tromso a sweet Norwegian snack with brown cheese and cinnamon by open fire on our return. We returned back to Tromso and enjoyed a really good meal by the harbour in Tromso before going to visit some amazing Reindeer! We learned about the Sami culture and saw some of the artefacts and equipment they used to use. We even met the baby reindeers! Sadly, tonight, after dinner together in Tromso city was the night that Emma returned to the UK. I spent my final night preparing for a very early bus journey to Narvik the next morning!
My bus departed Tromso at 6am. The journey from Tromso to Narvik is like a tour in itself and the scenery is stunning. I stepped off the bus just outside of Polar Park where I was met by Katie! We went into the visitor centre and left our belongings there before going out to wander around the park. The park itself is beautiful and the animals you can see are amazing. We saw Lynx and their kittens! It is inside the wolf enclosure and has panoramic views around the park. We entered the enclosure with their keeper and were able to kneel face to face with these incredible animals. This is an experience I will never forget! Tonight we went across the border to Arctic Sweden to visit Bjorkliden for the night!