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, Our Scandinavia trip back in June was such a fun time for the whole family. I wanted to reach out and thank you for all of your help and guidance in the months leading up to the trip. I know we had a lot of concerns, but you answered all of our questions and really eased our minds. Spending 12 days in these countries that none of us had ever been to really taught us and the kids a lot. There’s no better way to teach your children about history than to actually bring them to new places and let them see and experience it for themselves. Our guides were very knowledgeable and that’s something my wife and I definitely appreciated. Well worth the money! All of the meals were delicious, and other than the staff at one of the hotels, we really liked staying in all of them and felt at home in each Scandinavian hotel. Our personal favorite spot was probably Sweden. Such a gorgeous place. Thanks again for making our trip to Scandinavia such a blast! Trevin Lucus