Norway ticks all the boxes - stunning scenery, superb Arctic activities and a fantastic Northern Lights record. It wraps itself around the western side of Sweden and creates a narrow swathe of land between northernmost Finland and the Arctic Ocean, ending at the Russian border.
The destinations we feature are in locations selected to optimise the natural playground that Norway provides but are also designed to make the most of the fantastic Aurora hunting opportunities available here.
From Kirkenes near the Russian border, to Alta in the far north and along the coast to peaceful Lyngenfjord, to the vibrant city of Tromsø, the ‘Summer Island’ of Sommarøy and down to the island of Senja, guests can enjoy a variety of activities and hunt for the Northern Lights, all in the company of experts.
Snowmobile to the Russian border during our Norway’s Northern Lights Frontier trip to Kirkenes or enjoy an Aurora hunting adventure in Alta and visit the Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel. You may prefer to enjoy the culture of Tromsø, ‘the capital of the Arctic’ but you will need to escape the city lights to view the Northern Lights and the activities included in our Tromsø holidays, allow you to do just that.
Only 35 km from Tromsø, the small island of Sommarøy is a perfect place to welcome in the New Year . Norway's second largest island is Senja, where displays of the Aurora are reflected in the waters of the fjord, leaving visitors in awe of Norway's natural beauty.
Located off the north coast of Norway, our trips to Spitsbergen, make the most of the fact that the Northern Lights can be viewed here at almost any time owing to the Polar Night experienced here.