What month is best to see the northern lights?
Since it does need to be dark in order to see the Northern Lights in the sky, late August/September through the very beginning of April is the best time to go to a destination located in the aurora zone for a chance to see them.
Where is the best place to go and see the northern lights?
The best places in the world are usually closer to the Arctic Circle, including Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Finland. But don’t limit yourself: You can also spot the southern lights in the southern hemisphere. Still, the northern lights are the star of the show.
How much does it cost to go and see the northern lights?
Tromsø, Norway: Northern Hub of the Arctic CircleWhile a simple bus trip following the lights may cost as little as S$150, a husky sled ride can cost nearly S$300, and only last for about half the amount of time.
Where can I see Northern Lights in 2020?
What are the best places to see the Northern Lights?
- Tromso, Norway. Based in the heart of the aurora zone in the Norwegian Arctic, the city is widely regarded as one of the world’s best places to see the Northern Lights.
- Swedish Lapland.
- Reykjavik, Iceland.
- Yukon, Canada.
- Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland.
- Ilulissat, Greenland.