The land of the Midnight Sun and the Aurora Zone
When winter returns to the 'Land of the Midnight Sun', the Aurora Zone has its chance to shine. During episode two of Alexander Armstrong’s travels on ITV we saw him witness the majesty of the Northern Lights in Greenland.
Our guests can benefit from our unique Aurora hunting formula during all of our holidays and our expert guides will do all that they can to track down the Northern Lights.
Though these locations can seem remote, it is off-the-beaten-track where some exceptional experiences await. From swimming between continents to discovering the vast Arctic landscape, the land of the Midnight Sun is just as spectacular during the winter months.
What's more, it is as darkness returns from autumn onwards when the Northern Lights can be seen.
Scroll to learn more about what experiences you can have in these incredible locations.
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