9 amazing aurora adventures for the Arctic winter 17th November 2016
The Arctic winter (Oct-Mar) means not only the best time to go northern lights-hunting, but also exploring wild seas, tundra and boreal forests, whale-watching, Arctic bushcraft and more…
1: See the lights – ‘guaranteed’, Norway Northern Lights (Dreamstime)
Expert-led lectures and dark Norwegian skies form the backdrop for ‘guaranteed’ aurora-spotting on Hurtigruten’s Astronomy Voyage cruise. Pit stops include the spectacular Northern Cape and one of the world’s most northerly towns (Hammerfest) en route to and from turning point Kirkenes.
Indeed, the tour operator is so confident that you’ll see the lights on this 12-day cruise, they promise free trips to those who don’t see them.
When: 21 Mar, 16 Oct, 7 & 13 Nov 2017
How long: 12 days
How much: From £1,420 (excl flights)
2: Explore the Arctic Circle on skis, Sweden Ski Kings Trail in Sweden (Keadventure.com)
Have an aurora adventure o..