Say hello to Northern Lights: Embark on guided ‘Aurora Borealis’ trails to witness nature's marvel
The Auroral Oval is the area with the highest probability of seeing the Northern Lights.
Even the western half of the Russian north (with the Kola Peninsula of Murmansk Oblast) are popular viewing locations. In Norway: Season began from late September and will last till March. Northern Norway is lucky to have the Aurora Borealis frequently brightening up the skies. Scandinavian countries are a big draw for this.
Make a trip to the Canadian rockies
From October to March (most hours of darkness), discover the majestic snowclad Canadian Rockies. Wander in search of the elusive northern lights in the night skies; keep your eyes peeled for moose, white-tailed deer and elk as you drive through the pristine Canadian wilderness. Admire stunning curtains of ice along a steel catwalk built into the rock walls of Johnston Canyon.
Choose the locations of Yellowknife, Great Slave Lake, Aurora Village, Nunavik, Fort McMurray, Yukon, etc that are apt for catching this spectacular natural wonder. For a surreal experience of the Northern Lights, journey to the outskirts of Vancouver in British Columbia. The northern belt of the provence is the best place to view the magic of Aurora Borealis. At the isolated Muncho Lake Provincial Park, located close to the Yukon border and off the Alaska Highway, offers sightings yearround. Rest your head at Northern Rockies Lodge before hopefully seeing the Northern Lights reflect in the waters of Muncho Lake.