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.

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Dear Susie, I wanted to give your company a shout and say how great it was working with you to get our Iceland trip all figured out. We had a short but sweet visit in April and really liked exploring the south coast. The Golden Circle was beautiful and we loved seeing the glaciers, volcanoes, mountains, geysers, and of course hot springs all around Iceland. Our stop to the waterfalls was great, too. Lots of fun photos came from this trip. Maybe next time we'll take a tour to Iceland to explore the north, perhaps in winter time. Thanks again, Sara Lexington