northern lights in norway
Norway's Northern Lights offer an otherworldly experience. The Aurora Borealis is best viewed from late September to early April when the skies are dark and clear. Popular destinations for Aurora watching are Tromsø and Alta in the northern part of the country. Tromsø is a vibrant city located 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle and is an excellent starting point for a Northern Lights holiday. In Tromsø, you can take part in various Northern Lights activities, such as snowmobiling, dog sledding, and reindeer sledding. You can also take a Northern Lights tour, which will take you to the best viewing spots in the area. Experienced guides will ensure you have the best views of the Aurora.
Alta is another popular destination known for its clear skies and stunning scenery. It offers plenty of winter activities such as skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing. In addition to the Northern Lights, a must-see attraction is the rock carvings of the indigenous Sami people at the Alta Museum.
Exploring Norway's natural beauty includes a trip to the fjords in the western part of the country. The Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and offer breathtaking views of waterfalls, mountains, and glaciers.
Pack your warmest clothes, bring your camera, and get ready to be awed by the magical Northern Lights of Norway. A winter holiday in Norway offers unforgettable experiences combining natural beauty and winter activities.
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