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
Dear Bobby, My wife and I send our thanks. You really helped us plan such a wonderful Iceland Northern Lights tour and we can't thank you enough for your patience with us. I know we changed our plans more than a couple of times but this was our first time Iceland and first time Northern Lights :-), so obviously we had our doubts and questions.. I don't really have any complaints as I feel everything went as planned and the time allotted for each destination was favorable. The weather was cold and sometimes very rainy, but we expected that and dressed accordingly. It did not damper our moods in the slightest. We loved the country and all it threw our way. The hotels were cozy, and I really liked our guides. Please tell them thanks for us. If we ever plan to head out on another Iceland tour, you will be receiving a call, that's for sure. Cheers, Wilson Kaprelian