Aurora Borealis

(18:15 – 22:30)
Transfer to the base camp and meet the professional Northern lights hunters who will be your guides. From the camp, located in an uninhabited area with no artificial lights to disturb the experience or the chance to capture the Aurora Borealis on camera. With a great view of the skies there is also time to sit around the open camp fire inside a Sami tent and grill sausages, visit the huskies and their puppies or warm up inside. Due to the stable climate at this location and with some personal persistence, there are excellent possibilities to see even the weakest of lights. Included is a traditional dinner of Finnbiff (beef & mushroom stew) followed by coffee and cake. Returning back to Hotel Radisson Blu Tromso at 22:30.

testimonials
Bobby, My wife and I really appreciate all of the help you gave us when we booked our tour to Iceland last December. We just needed a break and this was the perfect romantic getaway. You suggested great things and we took all of your tips to heart. The sightseeing a few days before new years was superb and I felt our time was spent wisely. Going to the waterfalls, the national park, and the geysers was really different and a lot of fun. The bonfires all over the city was a cool thing to see and the Christmas lights tour was probably my wife's favorite memory. Of course the fireworks were just incredible and the Blue Lagoon was the most amazing way to end this little vacation. Thanks for your help and guidance again in making this Iceland trip everything that it was. Frank Melody