For around 200 nights a year starting from the end of August till the month of April you can have the chance to see one of the greatest natural spectacles that you will ever lay eyes on. If you are a traveler, and someone who doesn’t live close to the Arctic circle, this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The Northern Lights only appear on clear nights, so you might want to spend a couple of days in this frozen kingdom. How you see the Northern Lights is completely up to you. In winter you can get intrepid and speed off into the icy wilderness on a snowmobile or trudge to a vantage point to get the best view of the Aurora with a pair of snowshoes.
Although this location favors the adventurer, there is a wealth of luxury suites and glass igloos that allow you to gaze up at the Aurora Borealis from the comfort of your accommodation.