Would you like to see the 'Northern Lights', or Aurora Borealis? The experience of seeing the unearthly colours, and even hearing the heavenly sound, of the Aurora in the night sky above a snowy Arctic wilderness is on many a bucket list. But how, and where, can you see this phantasmargorical phenomenon? We've got some suggestions...
Named after the Roman goddess of dawn, the Aurora occurs when highly- charged electrons from the solar wind collide with different atmospheric elements in the ring surrounding the North Pole. They work in an 11-year cycle, and we’re currently in a phase of high activity after last year’s 'solar maximum'.
Although we can't predict far in advance when the magic solar winds will appear for each and every light show (get the latest on the Aurora forecast), we can advise on some of the best viewing points for seeing the Lights, and offer some alternative activities for when there's a no-show. View here http://www.luxurytravelandtourism.co.uk/
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